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A concept design for the proposed Twelve Apostles Visitor Experience Centre in Victoria has just been unveiled by Regional Development Victoria. This project is part of a $108.15 million project to redevelop a section of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, which is home to the popular tourism destination.
Grimshaw and Aspect Studios were appointed to design the coastal works phase of the project in March of this year, in collaboration with the Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation.
The centre is the main part of the project and will include upgrades to visitor lookouts at the site of the Twelve Apostles and the Gibson Steps, as well as an amphitheatre, new bike and walking trails, and a new transit pod at Loch Ard Gorge.
Although an architect is yet to be appointed, the centre is also set to feature a park and ride facility, temporary event space, landscaping, gardens, walking trails, new access roads, visitor shuttle shelter, and better parking at the Secret Apostles Lookout.