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Port Campbell intro. Port Campbell is a small coastal town of around 600 inhabitants in the Australian state of Victoria. The town may be small but it is a hub of tourist activity due to its proximity to the Twelve Apostles and Port Campbell National Park. It is also in an ideal location for those touring the country by car as the Great Ocean Road passes straight through it. This colourful and vibrant seaside town boasts a number of restaurants and cafes with excellent views of the beach and beyond, and there are many interesting galleries to explore. The town has an abundance of options when it comes to accommodation, with Port Campbell hotels, guest houses, backpacker hostels and many more choices offered. Port Campbell National Park is a must for all visitors to the town; here, you can enjoy stunning scenery, including cliffs overlooking rock stacks, gorges, offshore islets and many more geographical features. The park is also home to the world-renowned Twelve Apostles.