Continuing your westerly drive on the Great Ocean Road brings you to Port Campbell. The population of 600 people caters to tourists with accommodations (holiday parks, motor inns and rentable apartments) and delicious places to eat facing Campbell Bay. The first attraction west of town is The Arch. It is not visible from the car. However, the first viewing platform is easy to reach. The second requires a steep descent. It is worth it. That is when this impressive crescent of carved limestone best reveals itself. The formation assumes a golden hue at the end of the day.