Review of Grampians Eco YHA (Halls Gap)

We arrived at Halls Gap (Grampians) after our Great Ocean Road drive and stayed for a night. Our accommodation is Grampians Eco YHA, an eco-certified youth hostel that has been designed with the environment in mind. Price? ~A$27 to A$30 per person per night Accommodation Type: Hostel, 3 Share Mixed Room When? 1 

Halls Gap at Grampians

After our Great Ocean Road drive, making Warrnambool and Port Fairy our last two stops, we headed north to the mountains– Halls Gap at Grampians National Park! After a long drive from Port Fairy, we were happy to see a sign welcoming us to “Grampians National Park”. Finally we’re 

Review of Airbnb in Warrnambool

If you have been following our Great Ocean Road self drive itinerary, you will know we made a stop at Warrnambool. So if you are staying for a night like us, read on for our review of an airbnb in Warrnambool. And find out more about 

Warrnambool and Port Fairy of Great Ocean Road

We drove from Melbourne through Great Ocean Road in 2.5 days. I’ve written about Day 1 and Day 2 of the trip in Great Ocean Road Self-Drive Itinerary (1/2) and Drive to 12 Apostles from Melbourne (2/2) respectively. After the famous 12 apostles, people will usually turn back and return to 


▲ Self-drive itinerary | ▲ Useful Tourist Information | ▲ Great Ocean Road Got the following information from our stay at Pebble Point ( See my review of and experience at Pebble Point. The information given is useful, but too bad we have already done up our itinerary when we saw 

Review of Pebble Point (Great Ocean Road)

If you’ve been following our Great Ocean Road Itinerary, you will see that we had purposely stopped over at Princetown and not the popular towns like Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. That’s because we wanted to try Glamping at Pebble Point! It was our first 

Drive to 12 Apostles from Melbourne (2/2)

The Great Ocean Road (“GOR”), near to Melbourne City, is one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. The route starts from the surf capital Torquay to the famous 12 Apostles, and ends at historic fishing village Port Fairy. This post continues from the previous post, ‘Great Ocean