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      APollAGreat Ocean Road

      Torquay to Anglesea

      PDF Travel Notes for Torquay to Anglesea section of the Great Ocean Road

      Great Ocean Road Map Torquay to Anglesea

      Great Ocean Road Map Torquay to Anglesea


      Satellite Image Great Ocean Road Torquay to Anglesea
      Torquay is the town on the right and Anglesea is the town on the left. Behind Anglesea you can clearly see the power station and open cut coal mine that supplies power to the Point Henry aluminium smelter at Geelong. The pale green area below power station is Anglesea Golf Course. The green area behind the power station is the start of the Great Otway National Park. The prominent headland approximately halfway between Torquay and Anglesea is Point Addis and the internationally famous surf beach Bells Beach is located approximately 3 kilometres along coast from Torquay(Anglesea side).
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      Great ocean Road Torquay to Anglesea Satellite Image
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      Great Ocean Road Facts

      Torquay to Anglesea


      Torquay is located at the start of the Great Ocean Road.

      Bells Beach is located near Torquay a few kilometres off the Great Ocean Road.
      Bells Beach is the home of the world famous Bells Beach Easter World championship surf competition.
      Point Addis is located between Anglesea and Torquay a few kilometres off the Great Ocean Road.
      The Great Ocean Road travels inland from the ocean past Torquay but rejoins the ocean 16 kilometres away near Anglesea.
      Even though Torquay is located on the Great Ocean Road, Torquay is almost a suburb of Geelong, Victoria's second biggest city.
      Torquay and Anglesea have some of the best Accommodation,Shops, Eating and Services on the Great Ocean Road.
      Torquay and Anglesea boast some of the best Golf Courses on the Great Ocean Road.
      From the start of the Great Ocean Road to the roundabout past Anglesea shops is 16 kilometres
      Torquay located on the Great Ocean Road has a population of approximately 12000 people.
      Anglesea located on the Great Ocean Road has a population of approximately 3000 people.
      Both Torquay and Anglesea have surf life saving clubs and patrolled surf beaches.
      Torquay is the home of surf goods manufacture in Australia.
      Torquay has a lookout at Point Danger that gives views to the Port Phillip Bay Heads on a clear day.
      Torquay and Anglesea have excellent coastal walks.



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