Dear Visitors to Port Campbell and the Twelve Apostles, the following is some information your Lonely Planet guide book can't explain. If you were kept awake by a constant roar through the night of 28 and 29 June there is a simple, though toxic, explanation. The gas plants that were built near the beautiful Great Ocean Road and the Twelve Apostles always roar on days when there is no wind and the skies are blue. For those who were also in Port Campbell Tuesday morning this constant droning might now be a perfect addition to the thunderous explosions that came from one of the gas plants in the early hours of Tuesday.
Port Campbell's Twelve Apostles are visited by some 2million people a year. It makes perfect sense, doesn't it, that gas plants have been built near the town?
sincerley, Mr Rogered