Join us on a relaxed and social small group tour as we leave the busy Melbourne streets and explore the Great Ocean Road‘s rainforests, beaches and breathtaking views!Tour Description
We head out of Melbourne early, passing through Anglesea before stopping for morning tea at a nearby location. We follow the twists and turns of the breathtaking Great Ocean Road enjoying spectacular coastal photo opportunities. We will stop off to see some cuddly koalas in the wild, before travelling to Apollo Bay for lunch (own expense).
Next we explore the Otway National Park, taking a walk through an ancient temperate rainforest, admiring some of the world’s tallest trees. We head through rolling hills towards Port Campbell National Park and the awe-inspiring 12 Apostles. Listen to tragic tales about the shipwreck coast and view remarkable rock formations at Loch Ard Gorge. Check out the fallen London Bridge and the quaint fishing village of Port Campbell. After this breathtaking day, relax as we head back to Melbourne, stopping in the township of Colac for dinner (dinner at own expense)
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Pick up location: Athenaeum Theatre (188 Collins St) at 7:15am
Price: $135 Adult, $95 Child (4-12 years inclusive)
Child Policy: The operator does not accept bookings for children aged 4 years and younger, due to the nature and length of our tours.
All prices are shown in AUD ($)
Hi DeeDee, and thank you so much for your lovely review! We will pass your comments to John and the weatherman! :) Don't forget us if you make your way to Sydney and Perth, as we got some great tours there as well! Best regards, Autopia Tours
Hey Michael, We're happy to hear you enjoyed your day at Great Ocean Road with us and your guide Tara! And what a great shot of the Memorial Arch :) If you ever go to Sydney or Western Australia, make sure to check out what amazing tours we have running there! Many thanks, Melissa - Autopia Tours Customer Service
Hello Flor, Thank you for your review. We have forwarded your kind words for Peter to read! We hope you have had an amazing time in Australia :) Kind regards, Autopia Tours
Hi Estelle, and thank you for taking the time to write us a review. The Great Ocean Road is indeed a long road with full of attractions along the way. The day is approximately 12 hours. We do offer 2 and 3 day tours for the ones who have more time to breath in the atmosphere. Thanks again, and safe travels!
Hi Julia, thank you for your review! We are glad our tour guide showed you good time! The tour is a full day tour, leaving early from Melbourne and returning at around 8pm. You do of course get out the bus to see the sights and attractions on the way :)
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