Oceania’s new small group tour links the Great Ocean Road to the Mornington Peninsula and finishes at the Penguin Parade.
Oceania Tours, having established highly successful tours in all three regions, has launched a new tour to allow the time-poor foreign inbound traveller a chance to explore three of Victoria’s favourite regions in a two-day adventure, jam-packed with star attractions.Léa Mas
Oceania Tours is proud to introduce the newest member of our family,
Millsom the Platypus!
We have teamed up with Zoos Victoria to support the Platypus through the Wild Platypus Adoptions Program. Zoos Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation committed to fighting wildlife extinction.Léa Mas
MEDIA RELEASE — August, 2015
Oceania’s new urban tour gives visitors a taste of Melbourne’s Aboriginal Heritage.
Melbourne boasts a rich history with none more compelling than its Aboriginal Heritage. Starting in September, this new tour will provide visitors with an authentic, first-hand experience of the stories of the Koorie people.Léa Mas
We are very proud to announce that Oceania Tours and Safaris has been voted “Viator’s Best Melbourne Tour Operator for 2014”.
We have a beautiful new Land Rover for our tours.
Two day / one night Great Ocean Road tour with Great Ocean Eco Lodge experience
Oceania Tours & Safaris is very proud to be the exclusive personalised, private day and multi-day charter tours company working with one of the world’s best eco lodges (National Geographic Traveler), The Great Ocean Ecolodge.
Our private tours will now offer an experience where we enjoy the magnificent Great Ocean Road with the iconic Twelve Apostles but also learn about and support the work done by the Great Ocean Ecolodge and Conservation & Ecology Centre to protect this stunning landscape and its wildlife.
This partnership demonstrates our ambition to align with like-minded businesses to develop sustainable tourism opportunities, offering you the opportunity to be a part of conserving Australia’s unique beauty and biodiversity.