VICTORIA’S Great Ocean Road, southwest of Melbourne, stretches 250km from Geelong to Warrnambool, weaving past a kaleidoscope of craggy cliffs, ferny waterfalls, sleepy villages and multimillion-dollar real estate, and is considered a must-do Aussie drive. Popular stops include Bells Beach and the 12 Apostles in Port Campbell National Park. For a full sense of their grandeur, make a pit stop at the park’s clifftop lookouts or take to the air with 12 Apostles Helicopters, which offers short flights over the rock formations and along this area’s so-called Shipwreck Coast; from $95 a person. More: 12apostleshelicopters.com.au. ARMCHAIR TRAVELLER David Attenborough’s Tiger — Hunted Majesty: If you missed this wonderful doco last night, catch this repeat. It’s dedicated to Chip Houseman, a cameraman who filmed tigers in India’s Kanha National Park for three years; David Attenborough narrates with trademark awe. Saturday, 4.35pm, BBC Knowledge. The Great Outdoors: Not the one-time Australian hit travel show nor the 1988 comedy of the same name with Dan Aykroyd and the much-missed John Candy; instead we are out and about in England, following a motley bunch of ramblers, all anoraks, ruddy cheeks and stout shoes. Sunday, 7pm, UKTV.