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The Twelve Apostles

Listed under Natural World in Victoria, Australia.

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Rock pillars left where the coastline has worn away and one of the highlights of the Great Ocean Road. Only eight of these striped and brittle looking limestone wedges remain for you to admire and photograph profusely as the sun drenches them with colour at sunrise. One of the must snap moments of a Victorian holiday odyssey.

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