This is a well known highlight in Australia, along the South-West coast of Victoria, stretching 243 km in beautiful scenery with a rugged coastline. The sea constantly nimbles the coast, and some of their famous points are affected at a breathtaking speed. From the Twelve Apostles rocks 8 out of 12 are left, and a wonderful arch called London Bridge has collapsed in June 2009.
The road has become a tourist destination, but you will find your lonely spots. If you are fed up with driving, together with some 7 million tourists per year, maybe try the Great Ocean Walk between Apollo Bay and Twelve Apostles, it’s 104 km only.
Also don't miss the Great Pacific Drive South of Sydney, it's way less touristy and very diverse, one moment you are riding over the sea, next you are in deep Jungle, highly recommended.