Apostles Camping Park and Cabins Princetown has budget accommodation, powered and unpowered campsites beautifully situated on the Gellibrand River alonside The Great Ocean Road.
The small township of Princetown offers many natural features worth exploring. The township has a fascinating history and some amazing views as it is located only minutes away from The 12 Apostles.
The famous Twelve Apostles rock formations are just six kilometres to the west of Princetown on The Great Ocean Road. Adjacent to the township itself, the river estuary and wetlands, particularly the reed beds on the western branch of the estuary, are significant for their rich bird and plant life. It was also way back in 1837 - well before most of the famous shipwrecks which dot the treacherous coast - that Joseph Tice Gellibrand staggered into an Aboriginal camp at the mouth of the beautiful river.
Princetown is bounded on two sides by national parks, with the Port Campbell National Park extending north-westerly and the Otway National Park to the south-east. This location is a must see for experienced or new travelers.