The Weekend Australian - Travel - - Travel & Indulgence - SU­SAN KUROSAWA

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: 12apos­tleshe­li­ 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.

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