Come along and experience the Great Ocean Road without all the crowds, in a relaxed friendly and small-group environment. With this tour we start at the opposite end to other companies so you get to see all the attractions without the crowds!
We travel inland via Colac and stop at the breath-taking 12 Apostles and extraordinary rock formations of Loch Ard Gorge. We then make our way slowly back toward Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road passing through quaint seaside townships in the opposite direction to all the traffic, with a picnic sandwhich lunch stop on the way
Explore ancient rainforests, whilst keeping an eye out for illusive carnivorous snails; be blown away by the stunning views, famous surf beaches and koalas in the wild. Plenty of picture perfect photo opportunities throughout the day without missing a thing!
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Optional Extras: Scenic Helicopter Flights (at own expense), Beverages & Souvenirs
Pick up is available within inner Melbourne city and St Kilda, please arrange with Autopia Tours after booking
Departure Point: Immigration Museum (East-Side) - corner of Flinders and Market St @ 07:45am
Price: $135 Adult, $95 Child (4 - 12 years inclusive)
Child Policy: The operator does not accept bookings for children aged 4 years and younger, due to the nature and length of our tours.
All prices for this activity are shown in AUD ($)
Hi Charles, A printed map is a great idea and would be good souvenir! We will try that out! Thanks for your feedback, we are so glad you enjoyed the tour, looks like a picture perfect day! Kind Regards, Lizzie Autopia Tours Reservations
Hi Rani, Ooo, wild looking ocean there! Glad you had such a good time with Dave and that you liked the bus! We would love to have your friends and relatives on tour! Many thanks, Autopia tours.
Hi Jennifer, Thanks so much for the great review! Your photos look beautiful and you clearly saw the Great Ocean Road on a dramatic winters day, look at those waves! We will pass your lovely comments on to John and we would love to have you on another tour with us! Kind Regards, Autopia tours
Hello Jessica, Thank you for your review. It definitely would be amazing to have long and light days throughout the year, luckily we have the daylight savings to at least give us an hour extra of daylight even in winter. Time is our worst enemy in the winter months! Reverse way does indeed give you the benefit of avoiding the big tourist crowds, as we get to the main sights before lunch time on this trip. There can be thousands of people at 12 apostles in the afternoon during peak season and it will often be busy in winter time as well! During winter as you said, it will get dark around 5:30-6:00 PM, which is when you would be arriving to the last sightseeing spot, Memorial Arch. As that is the end of the Great Ocean Road (when going in reverse), we start to head towards Melbourne from there. Sometimes of course delays may happen and that means that the last part might be driven after sunset. We do hope that you got to see plenty of the beautiful coastline and looks like you got some nice pictures at the 12 apostles as well.Hopefully you get to visit us for the second time during summer, and get to witness the difference in weather and amount of light (and people). Enjoy the rest of your travels! Kind regards, Autopia Tours
Hello Mahesh, Great to hear you had a good time and had lovely weather to make your trip even better! Hopefully you have continued to enjoy the rest of your time in Melbourne. Kind regards, Autopia Tours
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