Port Campbell National Park

Port Campbell National Park

Infobox_protected_area_of_Australia | name = Port Campbell National Park
iucn_category = II

caption =
locator_x = 204
locator_y = 206
nearest_town_or_city = Port Campbell
coordinates = coord|38|39|02|S|143|03|46|E|type:landmark_region:AU
area = 17.5 km²
established = 1962
visitation_num =
visitation_year =
managing_authorities = Parks Victoria
official_site = [http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/1park_display.cfm?park=175 Port Campbell National Park]

Port Campbell is a national park in Victoria (Australia), 190 km southwest of Melbourne. The park was established to protect the many spectacular limestone rock formations on and near the coast along the Great Ocean Road.

Popular Tourist Attractions in the Park include:
*The Twelve Apostles
*London Arch (formerly London Bridge)
*Loch Ard Gorge
*The Gibson Steps
*The Grotto
*The Bay of Islands

The park is directly adjoined by the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park.

ee also

* Protected areas of Victoria (Australia)


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