Great Ocean Road Tour

Take the most iconic Australian tour along the Great Ocean Road and visiting more than 10 stops along the way. Experience Spectacular views, visit numerous heritage sites, and explore the Australian wild life. This tour has a very busy itinerary, travelling more than 500 kilometres in one day! Morning tea is provided when we make our first stop at Memorial Square in Colac.

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Adult Ticket: $85 per Adult
Child Ticket: $75 per Child
Distance Covered: 445 Kilometers (KM)
Pickup Time: 08:00:00
Drop-Off Time: 19:30:00
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Lunch Provided? Lunch Provided?
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Great Ocean Road Tour
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Hotel Pickup
We will pick you up from your hotel within 10KM of the CBD of Melbourne.

 
Memorial Square, Colac (Morning Tea)
The war memorial is the first stop, in which the Memorial Square is the centrepiece of Colac. It is a large sandstone structure built mostly during World War I, however it also serves as a memorial to those who served in World War One, Second World War, as well as the Korean War. Also in Colac is the Colac Botanical Gardens, which if we are running on schedule we can stop at this location as well and have Morning Tea.

 
London Bridge
The spectacular lookout across the ocean just off the Great Ocean Road serves stunning views from multiple view points. The London bridge is a large rock formation which it's name comes from it's appearance of looking like a bridge.

London Bridge
Port Campbell
Home to the Port Campbell National Park, which is world famous for its amazing collection of rock formations. Port Campbell is the home of Loch Ard Gorge as well as the 12 Apostles, and Island Archway which collapsed in 2009.

 
Loch Ard Gorge
This is the site of a 19th century shipwreck which was called "Loch Ard", which ran aground on the 1st of June 1878. This site was also the location for the finish line for the third series of the Amazing Race Australia.

Loch Ard Gorge
12 Apostles
More amazing rock formations of Port Campbell, standing up to 50 metres high. There are no longer 12 rock formations due to erosion, and in fact there are less than 10 remaining (8 as of 2014). There is a lot of sight seeing to do in very little time here, so make the most of it!

12 Apostles
Apollo Bay (Lunch)
Apollo Bay is a coastal town which has nice beaches located on the Great Ocean Road. Apollo Bay is also host to the annual Apollo Bay Music Festival and the Great Ocean Sports Festival. There are many various types of restaurants for you to choose lunch. For our clients who are into Chinese cuisines, we recommend the “Apollo Surf coast Chinese Restaurant”.

 
Kennet River
You can see many Native animals around Kennett River Holiday Park. Here is a great place to look for some wild Koalas, you can even feed Native birds such as King Parrots, Rosellas and Kookaburras. Sometimes, you might see Dolphins, Seals and even Whales if you are lucky.

Kennet River
Memorial Arch (Eastern View)
The Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch was built to commemorate the 3,000 returned soldiers from World War One who built the Great Ocean Road in the early 1900's. It is one of the largest war memorials in the world. You can take very good photos here with the Arch as the background

 
Split point Light House (Aireys Inlet)
Split Point lighthouse was constructed in 1891 and converted to an automatic operation in 1919. Here you can take beautiful photos of lighthouse’s red top with blue sky and the coastline.

Split point Light House (Aireys Inlet)
Hotel Drop Off
We will drop you off at your hotel within 10KM of the CBD of Melbourne

 
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