Some of the highest coastal cliffs in Victoria are seen at Cape Bridgewater. They protect the bay that reaches in a perfect crescent around the rim of a huge, ancient volcano crater.
Spectacularly placed lookouts strengthened by cables offer amazing views over the white sands and azure waters of Bridgewater Bay, which is another stretch of beautiful beach along the Great Ocean Road.
It takes approximately 3 hours to walk around the cape. Visitors will be rewarded with views of a sand-petrified forest, freshwater springs and lakes, rugged cliffs and a spectacular blowhole which shoots water several metres in the air and views below of a large breeding colony of fur seals. Join a boat tour for a closer look at these playful animals.Tweet
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