Between Melbourne & Adelaide stretches the treacherous shipwreck coast, rugged mountain ranges and miles of natural bushland rich in wildlife and Aboriginal history. Explore the wild south-west and discover the hidden treasures of this region on your journey to the city of churches.
Departing Melbourne, you will travel through the surfing town of Anglesea for morning tea at a nearby local venue. As you begin your journey along the beautiful Great Ocean Road, enjoy the stunning scenery of this famous coastline. A short stop at Kennett River lets you do some wild koala spotting and listen to the abundant birdlife before you break for lunch in Apollo bay. Take a guided walk through a rainforest full of one of the worlds largest tree species. Make a stop to admire the amazing 12 Apostles, before traveling to Loch Ard Gorge, where you will learn all about the history of this famous shipwreck spot before passing through the township of Port Campbell and making our way to the Grampians. Wind down for a night in the Grampians in dorm style accomodation and wake up to amazing views, maybe you'll even spot some kangaroos! Grampians National Park, one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations, is an area rich in Aboriginal culture set in a beautiful and rugged ancient landscape. Embark on a walk in the National Park and take in some of the breathtaking views at Boroka and Reed’s Lookout. Then make your way to Mackenzie Falls where you will hike to view the stunning falls. After enjoying a fantastic day in the National Park, sit back and relax as you make your way back to Adelaide in the afternoon arriving early evening.
Please allow 2 full days for the duration of this experience
There will be a maximum of 24 participants.
Dress appropriately for the predicted weather conditions on the days.
A medium fitness level is required for this experience
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them, according to this policy: