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Photos of The Twelve Apostles rocks

The Twelve Apostles is an amazing rock formation of limestone stacks standing in the ocean in the Port Campbell National Park, in Australian state of Victoria.
The Twelve  Apostles
The Twelve Apostles
The Twelve  Apostles


Twelve Apostles is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Victoria, it is also one of the most often photographed places here.
The Twelve  Apostles

Tourists on the walkway around Twelve Apostles
Tourists on the walkway around Twelve Apostles
East side Apostles




Photograping The Apostles
Photograping The Apostles


Despite the name, there were only nine stacks in the rock formation. On 3rd of July 2005 Apostles made the worldwide news. On of the Apostles collapsed, leaving just eight.
Before the collapse
Before the collapse
After the collapse
After the collapse
The Twelve  Apostles

Collapsed Apostle
Collapsed Apostle

The ever changing light and colour attracts hundreds of tourists daily.



Spectacular sunsets at The Twelve Apostles




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