London Bridge, Port Campbell
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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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Simply stunning, especially at sunset or in torrential rain. We got both in the space of half an hour. Got to love that Victorian weather. The "London Bridge" itself, though pretty cool, was (in my op... read more »
We enjoyed stopping to view the London Bridge. The views are amazing, the waves were huge and weather was wild - so windy. Yet, we were still able to enjoy all the bridge had to offer. This Great Ocea... read more »
Jui Hong Teoh
The London Bridge, an natural arch formation doesn’t look very much like a bridge today but at a time it bears a similar resemblance to its namesake in over the River Thames. That of course changed when one of the arch closest to the shore collapse, living only one arch remaining. Along the stops across the Port Campbell National Park coastlines are natural walkways and trails you should think about taking a longer time to explore. I found it quite liberating to be able to lose myself and find myself on a trail such as this as I went on my road trip across this beautiful landscape.
Stunning and breath taking scenery. Just awesome. Head in the evening sun, as the light changes the rock and sea colours!
Saw the most amazing sunset here. Excellent parking and walkways to have a look around at the stunning views.
Xian You Lim
The view was amazingly beautiful. Not many tourists around here in June. A great stop if you are driving past.
A great flat walkway for a change and a huge viewing platform. I remember the day the bridge did fall down when people were stuck on the bit that remains today. Lets hope that doesn't happen again
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