The Grotto23 Votes
- Address: LOT 2 Great Ocean Rd, Port Campbell VIC 3269, Australia
- Tags: Cave, Geological Formation, Family And Kids
A miracle of Mother nature, the Grotto in Victoria has made it to many posters, postcards, travel website, and photographs of tourists. A famous site, the pathway that leads to this open cave has been made accessible to all. Known as a sinkhole, this geological formation is found near the famous Port Campbell. The view of the rolling waves and the crashing waters against the rocks through the cave is a unique and mesmerizing experience. Carrying your camera here is a must!
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35.94% of people who visit Port Campbell include The Grotto in their plan
20% of people start their The Grotto visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Grotto
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Grotto
The Grotto Reviews & Ratings
Beautiful place but very busy. We had to line up to take a picture and people don't respect each other's personal space. We were there on a weekend, so maybe on weekdays and low season it's less crowded.
Very very scenic. It is worth going down all the stairs for the beautiful photo shot there. A must stop if you are taking pictures along the Great Ocean Road.
A decent walk but an amazing view as presented. My first time at the grotto and want to go back. The low in popularity of tourists and the calm, coastal view of the vivid blue ocean. Absolutely beautiful must come when your around the area. It also provides a protection barrier from u and the rain allowing the visitors to enjoy the sight without the ever so changing weather down at the shipwreck coast
This scenery is very different from the rest along the great ocean road. Be patient and wait for a huge wave to see it crashing in with the foams and sprays flying in different directions.
Something different from the twelve apostles, London bridge and loch arch gorge and it’s a few flight of steps down. However as the space was really small, it might be really hard to move up and down and get a good photo.