GrEAT Ocean Road Trip series

Explore some of the well-known and lesser-known food and producers from Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Region, showcasing the range and quality of food experiences available from and in the area.

Two women sitting outdoors, both with a Blackmans brewery seltzer in their hands, giving each other a 'cheers' with their drinks, smiling.
Duration
5 episodes

The Great Ocean Road has long been a favourite destination for travellers across Australia and indeed the globe.

Its rugged coastline stretching from Torquay all the way through to the South Australian border is a wonderland of natural beauty.

From Bells Beach, the mecca of Australian surf, the Twelve Apostles and countless hidden tracks and waterfalls through its lush hinterland, taking a trip along the Victorian west coast offers something for adventurers from all walks of life.  

As if its natural beauty isn’t enough, when you dig a little deeper, you’ll unleash your inner foodie and delight your senses. The Great Ocean Road is bursting with fresh produce from sea and land with artisan producers, cafés, breweries, distilleries, and restaurateurs pushing the boundaries of culinary excellence and creating food experiences that will serve up a fresh dish of FOMO to your friends looking on back home! 

Our latest content series “GrEAT Ocean Roadtrip” will introduce you to some of the characters behind the plates and give you a taste of the diverse and delicious fare this spectacular region has to offer.

So, all that’s left to do is grab your travel buddy, pack the car, and hit the road for a food experience like no other!  

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About Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism

Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Region provides a bounty of experiences with diverse destinations and activities to enjoy, appealing to many types of visitors.  Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism’s role includes promoting the area.  

From Torquay in Victoria to the South Australian border, this spectacular region is not only unique in its geographical boundaries but also in its rich diversity of product offerings including nature-based experiences, supported by touring, history and heritage, food and wine, walking, cycling, and events ‘on and off the coast’. 

It is a place of contrasting natural beauty, where unexpected hinterland waterfall walks reveal dappled lush forests at the edge of lively salt-washed villages, rugged oceanic splendour, and raw seascapes. 

Visit the Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism website

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