The Gibson Steps designate an area of limestone cliffs. They are located in Port Campbell National Park just off the Twelve Apostles near the town of Port Campbell in the Australian state of Victoria.
It’s named after the Gibson Beach at the foot of the rocky shores. Both the steps and the beach are a tourist attraction on the Great Ocean Road.
Access : Coordinates: -38.668333, 143.111944 / The Gibson Steps have their own parking, but you can also arrive in less than 20 minutes, walking to the Twelve Apostles. You will find signs that point the way. By car, from parking to parking, it is only a couple of minutes away. , The Gibson Steps located about 2 minutes drive from The Twelve Apostles. ( The Twelve Apostles is a collection of limestone stacks off the shore of Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia. )
- From the viewing platform to the Twelve Apostles, you can see the two cliffs that jut out into the ocean. In 2008, the staircase system was renewed
- These 86 steps, built by Mr. Hugh Gibson on these steep cliffs of almost 70 meters, will take you to a spectacular beach with the two huge limestone piles in the water, which are apparently called Gog and Magog.
Note : Gibson Steps car park has a designated accessible parking space. / The Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre is open 7 days a week and is open from 9 am to 5 pm.
Activities : sightseeing- Scenic Driving- Auto Touring / photo opportunities-photography, environmental interpretation, landscape observation. / trekking / Tour the Great Ocean Road.
Go next : Princetown ,Clifton Beach / Torquay, the surf town / The South West Coast of Victoria, Australia is the area around the Great Ocean Road including Geelong, Great Ocean Rd, Bellarine Peninsula, and the Otways.