This time last week, we made a last minute decision to head out of Melbourne to The Great Ocean Road for a bit of R&R long weekend. We stayed in a luxury tent at Pebble Point bush retreat, nestled behind the 12 Apostles in small coastal village of Princetown, approximately two and a half hours from Melbourne.
We visited the stunning Otway Fly Treetop Walk, did a spot of bush walking near Pebble Point and saw the amazing 12 Apostles at sunrise.
As we drew near to the 12 Apostles lookout, we were greeted by the booming of powerful waves and the mist of a roaring Southern Ocean. I stood and stared in awe of the grand coastline and those towering rocks.
Cliff faces are not something we have much of in Western Australia (near Perth anyway), and hence this sharp coastline really took my breath away.
That said, after we stood and took in the sights beyond the barrier, we couldn’t help but get caught by the small details around us; the morning sun glistening through dew soaked spiderwebs, and the warm glow of the bush flora.
We drove back to Melbourne with quieter minds and a refreshed outlook.