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London Arch

The selectable maps and pictures on this page show material related to London Arch. London Arch is a natural arch in the Port Campbell National Park, Australia. The arch is one of the tourist attractions along the Great Ocean Road near Port Campbell in Victoria. This stack was formed by a gradual process of erosion, and until 1990 formed a complete double-span natural bridge.

The arch closer to the shoreline collapsed unexpectedly on 15 January 1990, leaving two tourists stranded on the outer part until they were rescued by a helicopter. No one was injured in the event. Prior to the collapse, the arch was known as London Bridge because of its similarity to its namesake.

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The Grotto, Victoria (1.59 km)

The Grotto is a sinkhole geological formation and tourist attraction, found on the Great Ocean Road outside Port Campbell in Victoria, Australia. Wooden steps wind down the cliff face to the bottom, providing visibility of the sea beyond a pool at low tide.

Port Campbell (4.46 km)

Port Campbell is a coastal town in Victoria, Australia. The town is on the Great Ocean Road, west of the Twelve Apostles, in the Shire of Corangamite. At the 2006 census, Port Campbell had a population of 599. History The town was settled in the 1870s, with the first wharf being built in 1880. Port Campbell Post Office opened on 19 March 1874. It was renamed Port Campbell West in 1881 when a new Port Campbell office opened near the wharf. At the 2001 census, Port Campbell had a population of 372. At the 2006 census, Port Campbell had a population of 599.

Peterborough, Victoria (6.23 km)

Peterborough is a town on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia; approximately three hours' drive from Melbourne. History The town was believed to have been founded when the schooner SS Schomberg was wrecked in the middle of the 19th century, though the town was not sufficiently populated to justify a Post Office until 10 April 1890. It has since become a fishing village, and at the 2006 census, Peterborough had a population of 178. The town has two public tennis courts and beaches, and a nine hole golf course at the Peterborough Golf Club on Schomberg Road.

Port Campbell National Park (11.77 km)

Port Campbell is a national park in Victoria, Australia, 190 kilometres south-west of Melbourne. Features The Port Campbell National Park is a protected national park in Victoria, Australia, 190 kilometres south-west of Melbourne; featuring an array of sheer cliffs overlooking offshore islets, rock stacks, gorges, arches, and blow-holes. As part of the Shipwreck Coast, it hosts several tourist attractions; including The Twelve Apostles, the London Arch (formerly London Bridge), Loch Ard Gorge, the Gibson Steps, and The Grotto.

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