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By Moonlight, situated at Moonlight Head on Victoria's Great Ocean Road, offers guests the best of contemporary accommodation while exploring one of the most iconic regions.
The wreck of the Fiji lies in depths of 6 to 7 metres of water in a sandy gully, 50 to 70 metres from Wreck Beach and Moonlight Head.
5 REASONS WHY YOU MUST SEE THE GREAT OCEAN ROAD FROM THE SKY
There are some great vantage points on land to see the cliffs, rock formations and waterfalls along the Great Ocean Road, but to see it all by air is an experience that can't be topped.
Scuba & Snorkelling
Located in the Southern Ocean, waters west of Cape Otway can be rugged. Indeed, it is these conditions that have helped shape the natural rock formations that exist above and below the water. Conditions can change rapidly, even within seemingly sheltered bays.
The Gables Lookout
The Gables lookout perches above some of the tallest coastal cliffs in Australia and is located on the Great Ocean Walk between the Ryans Den and Devil's Kitchen campsites.
A picture postcard beach that is a fitting end to the effort required to reach it.