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The Great Ocean Drive is a 38 kilometre circular loop drive taking in some of the most beautiful coastal scenery Australia has to offer.
The sheltered, pristine beaches with their crystal clear waters and snow-white sands, including the popular Twilight Beach, are ideal for family swimming, surfing, windsurfing and fishing.
Also included in the drive is the Rotary lookout, the Western Power wind farms, Observatory Point and the unique once Pink Lake.
The real Pink Lake - called Lake Helier - is a boat ride or a scenic flight out from Esperance and the one still called Pink Lake on the edge of the town confuses a lot of visitors and is noteworthy for that but not much else.
A walking and cycling trail from the Rotary lookout to Salmon Beach is a pleasant way to see the sights.
Please take care when ever on the coastal rocks or swimming, your enjoyment and safety is our concern, but your responsibility .
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