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Gibson Steps, Great Ocean Road, Victoria Australia

Gibson Steps is right next to the 12 Apostles on Victoria's Great Ocean Road. The steps allow access down the cliff face to the beach where you can gain a different perspective of two of the stacks that make up the Apostles.
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Car is the best (and only) way to get there. There is a small car park on the seaward side of the road a few hundred metres east of the 12 Apostles car park. You can also walk from the 12 Apostles car park.
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A decent amount of people

All timings are equally good

07:00 17:58
22:08
38°40'8.6453" S 143°6'42.4777" E

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  • Santiago Morgan Garcia
  • fototante.de
  • Jennifer Craig
  • Thomas Riedel
  • Florian Schwientek
  • Michael Paul
  • Harald Brede
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Thank you Howard Ferrier for creating this photo spot and Reuben Snyder, Xavier for improving it with additional photos or content.
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