The Great Ocean Road is a 243 kms long road between the Victorian cities of Warrnambool and Torquay. The road stretching along the south-eastern coast of Australia was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932. The Great Ocean Road is dedicated to casualties of World War I and it is the world's largest war memorial. The road is two lane and it is an important tourist attraction in this region. The Great Ocean Road is the world's most spectacular coastal route. We can see Lorne, The Twelve Apostles, Split Point Lighthouse, Apollo Bay, Gibson's Steps, Lord Ard Gorge, Razorback, London Bridge, The Grotto, Peterborough and many other interesting destinations. The Twelve Apostles is the significant limestone stack formations. The Lord Ard Gorge, London Bridge and The Grotto are the sandstone rock formations. We can enjoy in scenic attractions, beautiful beaches, waterfalls, stunning rainforests, huge clifts, raging surf, tranquil bays, fascinating wildlife, towering rock stacks, caves and many other. The Great Ocean Walk was opened in the 2004 and it is stretching from Apollo Bay to The 12 Apostles.