Great Ocean Road
Take your time to experience this majestic coastal drive on the Great Ocean Road Day Tour with Oceania Tours. Travel from Melbourne with your small group and let us show you the best hiding spots for koalas and kangaroos in the wild. Cap the day off with a visit to the famous 12 Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge.
Great Ocean Road
|Min: 2 adults
Max: 11 people
Highlights & Inclusions
- Small group touring
- Expert guide with extensive local knowledge
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- We plant a native tree for every passenger on our Great Ocean Road Tour.
Experience this majestic coastal drive in style with your small group and enjoy time to relax and fully appreciate the wonders of this world-famous touring route. Stay on the lookout for some very special animals including whales, dolphins, echidnas and bandicoots. Your camera will get a good workout along this exciting journey where we will stop for plenty of photo opportunities.
To begin, your expert Oceania Guide will collect you from your Melbourne hotel to commence your exciting road trip.
Your next stop will be at Apollo Bay, a tranquil seaside town which is most noteworthy for its setting among the soft rolling hills. It offers a great selection of cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy some lunch (not included).
Following this, we will enjoy a walk in the forest in the Otway Ranges.
A truly unique day out, capped off by a visit to the ancient rock formations of the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge.
Finally, your Oceania guide will transfer you back to the comfort of your hotel in Melbourne.
We plant a native tree for every passenger on our Great Ocean Road Tour. Learn more: ( Koala conservation | Greenfleet )
What to bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Waterproof clothing
This tour is certified with Ecotourism status with Eco Tourism Australia
The Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s truly spectacular coastal drives.
This famous route begins 90 minutes from the centre of Melbourne. It continues for 400 kilometres from Torquay, winding alongside the wild Southern Ocean until Nelson on the South Australian border.
Significantly, it is the home of surfing with the International Pro Competitions each year at Bells Beach. Furthermore, the limestone spires of the 12 Apostles have helped to put this region on the world map.
In the Otways, you will find some of Australia’s best rainforest scenery. Walk amongst the towering tall trees and lush foliage.
On your Great Ocean Road tour with Oceania, you will visit a pristine rainforest paradise.
The Great Otway National Park covers the coastline from Torquay to Princetown and up into the hinterland. You will discover rugged coastlines alongside tall forests and ferny gullies.