Stock Photo - The coastline near Loch Ard Gorge, Great Ocean Road, Australia, with the rock formation and sea stacks Island Archway In 2009 The Island Archway, a rock bridge, collapsed creating two huge unconected sea stacks The Loch Ard was a three-masted clipper wrecked in 1878 at Muttonbird island Only two people where washed ashore in the Loch Ard gorge and survived The Great Ocean Road is one of the most famous scenic roads worldwide It crosses the Port Campbell National Park with the well known rock formation and sea stacks like the ´ 12 apostles Thousends of tourists are visiting this attraction, which is next to Ayers Rock one of the natural wonders and icons of Australia The whole coast is called Shipwreck coast due to the many ship disasters, which happened during the last centuries Australia, Victoria, Port Campbell National Park December
the place to find all your
visual content at the right price
You may use this image, for up to 30 days following download (Evaluation Period), for your internal review and evaluation only (layouts and comps) in order to determine if it meets the necessary requirements for the intended use.This authorization does not allow you to make any use in final materials or products or make it available to third parties for use or distribution by any means. If at the end of the Evaluation Period you do not contract a license for its use, you must stop using the image and destroy / delete any copy of it.