The Great Ocean Road, which zig-zags Victoria’s across southern coastline, has been recognised for its engineering heritage significance.

Construction on the 421-kilometre stretch of road began following the First World War. It was built as a war memorial to honour Australian servicemen who died during the conflict. Around 3,000 returned First World War servicemen built the road between 1919 and 1932 in honour of fallen comrades, making it…