Great ocean road 12 apostles tour is a great attraction for people around the world. It is the most versatile cliff side with different attraction point on its way. It is bombarded with almost nine spectacular stopping points with their famous history behind. It has so much attraction for the people of old age to sit back and enjoy the view and relax themselves as well as it also has many activities to do for adults and for the kids to keep them a busy whole day. This road is famous for its beauty and having exemplary and memorable tours in the world. This beauty is having amazing worth watching views and a lot more activities to do.
Planning to tour the spectacular points on the way, choose the place to visit which suits you the most. This road has one of the most breathtaking views and 243-kilometer long coastal line which is why it is the must visit place when you are in Australia. This road is built by the soldiers while coming back from the world war-II between 1919 to1932. So to admire their efforts and journey the road has various signboards telling their great story to the people who came to visit these places.
This coastline is also having some fearful views and it is not safe to visit that area in windy season; that is why it is also known as the dangerous coastline when the conditions are not good there. So while planning to go there, just find enough information about the weather on coastline area and be prepared for the unexpected rain so does not forget to bring your warm jacket and something which can protect you while it is raining over there. A great helicopter drive allows the tourists to enjoy the jaw-dropping view of the ocean.
The most beautiful and most visiting site on great ocean road is, twelve apostles which had 12 stacks formed by the waves, now eight are left and the remaining collapsed over time but this place has the highest attraction point for the people. These stacks are naturally made when the waves took the soft lime with them from the coast and make the shape of caves on cliffs, afterward they became arches with the frequent splashes of waves. Some of the stacks are 45 meters high surrounded by the 70 meters high cliff, which makes people wonder with their height and sizes. The remaining 5 stacks which were collapsed over time have their little signs of placement on the coast. Do not miss the chance to see the beautiful engraved natural views from that close. For more information, please log on to https://www.melbournetours.com.au/private-charter/.