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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. To visit London Bridge and other attractions in Port Campbell, use our Port Campbell trip generator.
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  • Clearly the collapse of the arch has its own story to tell but the London Bridge is just a small part of a great vista. 
  • This had great views and not too many tourists. We walked along to get different angles and it is a must visit 
  • We checked out London Bridge in Port Campbell while travelling along the Great Ocean Road. It is a great natural formation showing that the power of the ocean is slowly taking away the rocky coasts. G...  more »
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  • Simply stunning, especially at sunset or in torrential rain. We got both in the space of half an hour. Gotta love that Victorian weather. The "London Bridge" itself, though pretty cool, was (in my opinion) upstaged by the sheer enormity of the space. It's a beautiful coast. Well worth a visit.
  • Gorgeous Landscape Icon.. Worth photographing in all weather conditions.. Has a story around how part of the 'bridge' collapsed and people on the 'wrong' side of the collapse had to be rescued.. Glad it wasn't me..!!
  • This is good. The bridge that connects the island the land itself is now fallen. You can only see the island. Don't miss out loch Ard George
  • It's too bad this will once be just a picture. It's degrading quickly and you should visit it while you can!
  • We got lucky w/decent weather for August. Fun day of seeing all the different formations.