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Experience roaring surf, enchanting rainforest and majestic rock formations as you travel along the famous Great Ocean Road. Explore the Great Otway and Port Campbell National Parks on a day of extraordinary contrasts and unforgettable scenery.
It's no wonder the Great Ocean Road is Melbourne’s most popular day touring destination - from the pounding waves of the Surf Coast to the towering rock formations and tragic tales of the Shipwreck Coast, your day will be filled with amazing views and memorable highlights!
Departing Melbourne, take in beautiful views of the city and Port Phillip Bay as you cross the Westgate Bridge and head towards the Surf Coast. Your first stop is the town of Anglesea where you can take a short walk alongside the lovely Anglesea River. The driving route provides stunning coastal scenery and new views at every bend, with several photo stops along the way. At the Kennet River, you'll break for lunch (own expense) and stroll through the eucalyptus forest to spot koalas in their natural habitat. From here, you travel onwards through the Otway Ranges to the Shipwreck Coast and the iconic rock formations of the Port Campbell National Park. The final sightseeing stop of the day is the Twelve Apostles. Marvel at the famous limestone stacks as the sun sets into the horizon and watch the colours change from red and pink, to yellow. The relaxing journey back to Melbourne is broken up with a dinner stop in the regional town of Colac (own expense).
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Maximum group size is 24.
This tour departs from and returns to Melbourne, visiting the Great Ocean Road, VIC.