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One of Australia's top attractions and known the world over for its dramatic and impressive coastline, the Great Ocean Road is a must-see and do when you visit Melbourne. If you are lucky enough to have the time to stay overnight along the Great Ocean Road, this tour is for you!
It's no surprise that the Great Ocean Road is one of Australia's most popular and world famous tourist attractions. As you travel along the coast prepare for your breath to be taken away by its spectacular crashing surf, dramatic coastal cliffs and endless long sandy beaches. You will also see an Australian native rainforest of eucalypts and dense ferns. By late morning you will be dropped off to your accommodation in the quaint beach resort of Lorne. Nestled between steep hills and ocean here is where you will have a full day to yourself. Surf, swim, hike or simply relax and do a little exploration of your own. Rejoin the coach tour the following morning and continue your guided adventure along one of the world's greatest scenic coastal drives. The tour will stop off at Apollo Bay for an opportunity for you to purchase lunch (own expense), before continuing to Port Campbell National Park to explore the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. Take in the illuminated skyline of Melbourne as you return back to the city that evening. Resort Facilities
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
There can be up to 26 people on the tour.
The tour will operate regardless of weather.
Please bring a windbreaker and walking shoes.
This experience departs from Melbourne CBD and tours the Great Ocean Road.