By Darren Stones
The Port Campbell National Park on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia has features which are visited by people from all over the world.
Last week, I had the pleasure to meet and chat with photographers from Pennsylvania, USA and Canada at the world-famous Twelve Apostles.
They were amazed at our glorious coastline and were keen to find out some of the hidden gems in this area to photograph.
Unfortunately, one of the best places to photograph in this area is temporarily closed. Gibson’s Beach is not accessible to visitors due to the closure of Gibson’s Steps, which lead down to the beach. Large areas of ground at the clifftop are covered in hessian to stop erosion. We may never be able to access this beach again.
It was one of the very few locations along this weather-beaten coastline which allowed access to the beach. Fortunately, Loch Ard Gorge is still accessible.
The area is extremely fragile, and there’s now talk that the Twelve Apostles Boardwalk may cost visitors a fee to access in the near future.
I have a calendar for sale which contains features of this region which may interest you. Enjoy.
Click here for calendar details.