London Bridge, Port Campbell

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When one span of a rock bridge collapses, you're left with an arch. See the result of this process at London Bridge. This natural rock arch on the seaside of Port Campbell National Park was a bridge until 1990, when the portion connecting to land collapsed into the ocean. You can no longer walk out to the end of the bridge. Now you stand on the shore to admire the water-surrounded arch with its sheer cliffs plummeting to the sea. Morning provides the best light for photos because the sun is at your back from the lookout point. Sunset, though, also provides superb atmosphere for snapping pictures. Add London Bridge and other attractions to your Port Campbell trip itinerary using our Port Campbell journey builder tool.
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  • Having been to London Bridge before it "fell down" we knew the experience wouldn't be quite the same. However, we had a 95 year-old lady with us who uses a walker, and the big bonus is that this... 
    Having been to London Bridge before it "fell down" we knew the experience wouldn't be quite the same. However, we had a 95 year-old lady with us who uses a walker, and the big bonus is that this...  more »
  • London bridge has certainly fallen down as half of this has disappeared yet it is still an amazing rock formation. Good signage and explanation and is certainly worth the stop. 
    London bridge has certainly fallen down as half of this has disappeared yet it is still an amazing rock formation. Good signage and explanation and is certainly worth the stop.  more »
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  • This is one of the last piece in 12 Apostles area but worth to visit to complete the trip of 12 Apostles and surrounds. Head to the upper western or lower eastern viewing platforms at London Bridge and take in sweeping views of the great Southern Ocean. Originally a natural archway and tunnel in an impressive offshore rock formation, London Bridge collapsed in 1990 and became a bridge without a middle. Before the collapse, visitors to the site were able to walk across 'the eastern bridge' that stretched across to the mainland. Disabled access available and plenty of Car Parking spaces available.
  • Iconic place which you get to view from 3 sides. Short walk from the car park. A must visit during the great ocean road trip

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