The Twelve Apostles

Formed up to twenty million years ago, the Twelve Apostles are rock stacks situated off the coast of south west Victoria, Australia. They are part of the Port Campbell National Park, and were formed by the  ocean slowly eroding the limestone cliffs.

The Twelve Apostles are one of Australia’s iconic destinations where thousands of tourists visit every year.

The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles – The pile of rocks in the foreground was once a stack. In 2005 it collapsed.

The Apostles, Western View, Victoria, Australia

The Apostles, Western View – The red glow of the sunset highlight the cliffs.

The Twelve Apostles, Eastern View, Victoria, Australia

The Twelve Apostles, Eastern View


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