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The Great Ocean Road. Picture 1. Apollo Beach marks the spot where the Great Ocean Road joins the coast.From here the road follows the rugged coastline for over 200 miles. The big waves that roll in from the Southern Ocean make this a popular surfing beach. Today, however, in the morning of an Australian winter's day only a few brave surfers were out. The foreground tree is not a pine, but a tree fern,indigenous to the the temperate rain forests of this region.

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