Stretching for 242 kilometres along the south-west coast of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road is an outstanding coastal journey. Its rugged natural beauty, shipwreck stories, and surfing culture makes the Great Ocean Road a popular tourist destination, with more than 7.5 million visits to the area in 2009–10. Constructed as a memorial to Victoria's First World War servicemen and women, the Great Ocean Road is a constant reminder of their war service and sacrifice. The Great Ocean Road and Scenic Environs was added to the National Heritage List on 7 April 2011.
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