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The Best of Victoria

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.

On Day 1, guests will fast-track over to Port Campbell before meandering their way back along the Great Ocean Road visiting the star attractions and wildlife viewing spots along the way, a great pub lunch plus a special visit to the Great Ocean Road Eco Lodge and Conservation Centre. A restful night in historic Queenscliff including dinner together will allow guests to unwind and get to know their fellow travellers.

On Day 2, a highlight will be the bay crossing over to Sorrento aboard Searoad Ferries before enjoying a morning of relaxation at Peninsula Hot Springs or a personalised tour of the region. Then, a gondola ride on the Arthur’s Seat Eagle, a two-course lunch with local wine, a tour of Moonlit Sanctuary Conservation Park and finally to Phillip Island for the magical Penguin Parade.

Why Oceania Tours?

Oceania Tours is an expert small tour operator, running day tours and extended tours in Melbourne and Victoria for a maximum of 11 passengers. Oceania Tours works predominantly in the US, UK, Italian, Spanish and German markets, working closely with Visit Victoria in the Marketing of its tours.

Departing from Melbourne, guests will be transferred to and from their city hotel in the comfort of one of Oceania’s premium vehicles with an expert guide.

The small group day tour is priced at AUD$815 per adult (twin share), and will operate on Tuesdays and

Thursdays from 1st August 2018 with guaranteed departures for a minimum of two passengers.

This tour can be booked directly online.

Full details can be found at: oceaniatours.com.au/best-of-victoria