Victoria’s famous Great Ocean Road will be put on Australia’s national heritage list.
The listing will include the world-famous Twelve Apostles and Bells Beach, Federal Heritage Minister Tony Burke said, and will put the site under the protection of national environmental law.

The Great Ocean Road is the 92nd natural, Indigenous or historic heritage site to be give special national significance. Only 20 coastal placed in Australia have national heritage protection, including the Great Barrier Reef, Bondi Beach and Point Nepean.

“The Great Ocean Road is one of the most powerful, spectacular and distinctive landscapes in Australia and the nation’s most famous coastal drive,” Mr. Burke said.
“The area that includes the Twelve Apostles and Bells Beach (has) outstanding heritage value to Australia. The area’s place on the National Heritage List is deserved.”
Mr Burke said the recognition was a “fitting

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