Apollo Bay is a coastal town in south west Victoria. It is situated on the Great Ocean Road about two hours from Melbourne. The town has a permanent population of about 1300 people but this number swells to over 10,000 during the popular holiday times.
Apollo Bay is blessed with beautiful beaches, rain forests, popular fishing, swimming and surfing spots as well as being the starting point for the Great Ocean Walk and home to the Apollo Bay Seafood Festival.
Apollo Bay is part of the traditional lands of the Gadubanud people and is ringed by the Great Otway National Park and the southern ocean.