The Snowy River Hydro System in The Australian Alps, and the building of The Great Ocean Road are both significant and lasting memories to the service men and women of both world wars.
In the case of The Great Ocean Road it was carved out largely by pick and shovel. What we have now is a remarkable road that follows the cliffs and bays along the coastline of Southern Victoria. We follow this road from Anglesea to Lorne stopping frequently to admire the stunning views along the way.
This is literally, where the Bush meets the Sea and it’s not unusual to catch a glimpse of wallabies and parrots as we drive to Lorne.
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