Take a stunning Great Ocean Road tour to discover first hand why this day trip from Melbourne has become a tourism pilgrimage for so many.
• Stunning coastal views
• Golden surf beaches
• Take the classic Great Ocean Road tour or a sunset tour
• Exclusive visit to Cape Otway Light Station
• See the famous Loch Ard Gorge and Twelve Apostles
Departure Time: 6:45am – 7:45am
Returns approximately 8:00pm – 9:00pm
Take a spectacular tour of the Great Ocean Road-one of Australia’s largest coastal drives, including the world’s famous 12 Apostles, rolling hills and the shipwreck legend of Loch Ard Gorge. Enjoy an exclusive stop at Cape Otway Lightstation, the oldest surviving lighthouse in Australia’s mainland. Taking in the stunning views from the lighthouse over the Southern Ocean and Bass Strait. Explore the Shipwreck Coast in the afternoon, stroll down the historic beaches and see the Loch Ard Gorge. Arrive at the 12 Apostles where you’ll marvel at these huge offshore rock formations in calcareous stone. There is plenty of time, with small tour groups, to get out and explore nature at its best. With our professional and well-trained tour guides, you’ll enjoy the benefits of being guided and interactive.
Departure Time: 9am – 10am (April-Oct); 10am – 11am (Nov-March)
Returns between 8:30pm – midnight seasonally.
Experience the amazing views of the world-famous Surf Coast, stop the crowds. Get a photo of the Great Ocean Road Sign from Memorial Arch and hear incredible stories about the engineering feat which has brought the coastal communities on the Great Ocean Road to a close for decades. Continue along the Surf Coast with Lorne and Apollo Bay Coast Towns. Search for coals & wild native birds. Cross the National Park Great Otway. Enter Loch Ard Gorge and learn the story of the famous shipwreck The world renowned 12 Apostolics. The definition of awesome.
On the journey through idyllic coastal villages and looking for some of Australia’s famous animals, including the koala and the colorful parrots, you’ll see pristine beaches. In each turn, the elegance of the Great Ocean Road, one of the most scenic coastal streets in the world, is blown up.
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Last Updated on April 9, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com