Famous for the Twelve Apostles and historic shipwrecks, Port Campbell National Park contains the most significant areas of vegetation and fauna native to south-western Victoria.
The diverse range of coastal environments includes woodlands, dunes, wetlands, coastal cliffs, limestone stacks, caves, arches and blowholes.
The Twelve Apostles are stacks made of rock formed up to 20 million years ago, and are created by the sea gradually eroding the soft limestone cliffs. The coast is slowly changing and there are frequent small rock falls.
There are also infrequent major events, the most recent occurred on Sunday 3 July 2005 when a large stack collapsed.