Things to do at London Bridge

One of the most famous limestone rock formations along the Great Ocean Road. London Bridge – which is now sometimes referred to as London Arch – is no longer the bridge it once was.

Once connected to the cliff face on the mainland, travellers and locals were able to walk across to a viewpoint atop the rock. In January 1990 the bridge connected to the cliff collapsed and crashed into the ocean.

No one was injured but 2 unlucky travellers found themselves stranded on the arch. A rescue helicopter took them back to safety, where they returned with a hell of a story.

London Bridge is a fantastic sight to see. Observe the formations and the vast Southern Ocean from viewing platforms. Take some snaps to show your family and friends.

The location provides prime viewing of the Little Penguin colony as they come back to their burrows. It is a small colony, but you can get quite close to see them end their days work.

Attractions Near London Arch:

The 12 Apostles – See the massive limestone rock stocks as they stand tall above the water

Port CampbellA small but charming town. Stop in for a bakery pie or a beer at the local pub. Accommodation is available if you have the option to stay a little longer.

Bay of Martyrs – A small bay that is worth a visit. Beautiful views of the vast Southern Ocean from atop the cliffs. You can access the beach here too.

London Bridge Map