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The Twelve Apostles Motel & Country Retreat was first established in 1991 by owner operators John & Diane Curran. The property which originally started life as a dairy farm has been developed over the years into a multi award winning establishment. Nestled on 8 acres boarded by National Park and farm land it is a delightful blend of Motel, B&B, Host farm and country retreat. We offer motel and cottage style accommodation in a quiet peaceful setting.
Being the closest accommodation to the Twelve Apostles (3 kilometres inland) we are a great base to explore the magnificent coastline or catch sunrise or sunset at the Twelve Apostles
At Mackas farm offer quality self-contained, studio accommodation in the rolling hills above Port Campbell National Park and Twelve Apostles. Quality linen, minimal packing. Just a two and a half-hour drive from Melbourne. Enjoy the tranquillity that comes with coastal views, wood fires & wide verandas. Farm activities abound on this busy dairy farm (indoor nursery) with calves, piglets, chickens, ponies and native fish in the dams. Bring your own rods. A lifetime of memories for children and adults.
Clifton Lodge is fully self-contained with one or two bedroom cabins sleeping up to six people.
Set in a quiet rural location with the Otway and Port Campbell National Parks at your doorstep. All cabins have verandas that enjoy peaceful country views. Linen is supplied and the cabins are large with separate living and kitchen areas.
Each cabin has a fully equipped kitchen and there is an under cover barbecue area with table tennis. The cabins are set on three acres, great for bird watching, playing with the kids, or just chilling out.
Welcome to Apostles Camping Park & Budget Accommodation, situated on the Gellibrand River.
The small township of Princetown offers many natural features worth exploring, a fascinating history and some attractive accommodation options.
It was way back in 1837 - well before most of the famous shipwrecks which dot the treacherous coast - that Joseph Tice Gellibrand staggered into an Aboriginal camp at the mouth of the river.
The famous Twelve Apostles rock formations are just six kilometres to the west of Princetown. Adjacent to the township itself, the river estuary and wetlands, particularly the reed beds on the western branch of the estuary, are significant for their rich bird and plant life.
Princetown is bounded on two sides by national parks, with the Port Campbell National Park extending north-westerly and the Otway National Park to the south-east.