Beyond Port Campbell, the mind-boggling coastal landscape along the Great Ocean Road didn’t end. There were stacks nestled off shore and arches where waves pounded the cliffs. Luckily, we had lost the buses of tourists after the Loch Ard location, and could enjoy the beauty with a handful of others.
When I had visited London Bridge originally, it had received its name because there were two arches joined to the mainland that resembled the famous bridge. On this visit there was only the stack with one arch (featured photo), because in the 1990s, an arch collapsed stranding two tourists who were later rescued by helicopter.