Twelve Apostles (Australia)

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Rocky stacks off the Great Ocean Road

The Twelve Apostles are a collection of limestone rocky stacks just off the shore from the famous Great Ocean Road near Port Campbell in Australia. Drawing large amounts of tourists every year, they were formed and eroded by the sea as much as 20 million years ago, and reach up to 45 meters high. The name is a bit deceiving, there were never more than 9 and currently there are 8 left as one collapsed in 2005. [Review by travelindicator]

Key info

  • Twelve Apostles is a region in Australia. It is situated at an altitude of 0ft and the best airport to fly into is MEL (Tullamarine, Melbourne)
  • The currency used in Australia is the Australian dollar (AUD)

Twelve Apostles Weather

Historical average maximum temperature per month (℉):

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Historical average rainfall per month (inches):

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