About The Tour
The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia’s most visited stretches of coastline, boasting an incredible amount of natural landmarks and magnificent sights. This tour will take you to some of the best stops en route, past breath-taking ocean views and lush rainforests. You’ll have the chance to stroll along pristine beaches as well as learn more about the natural history of the region.
Returns: Approx. 8:30-9:00pm
Adults: $105 $97
Children: $85 (2 – 12 years)
Please note: we do not carry infants under 2 years old on this tour. For those travelling with infants, we recommend our 1 Day Great Ocean Road Large Coach Tour. For more information about this tour click here.
Helicopter Flight: Take a helicopter flight over the 12 Apostles – Cost: $145 per person (15 minutes).
Please note: helicopter flight upgrades are only available on our Great Ocean Road in Reverse Tour. You can read more about the tour and book it with upgrade here.
After we depart the city, our first stop of the day will be the popular coastal town of Anglesea to enjoy a complimentary tea. Relax and enjoy the scenery before we head off to the Memorial Arch. Here, you can snap some photos at one of the route’s most iconic landmarks.
Next, we’ll make our way to a coastal town for an easy bush walk to hang out with the local wildlife and spot some cute koalas along the way. Keep your eyes peeled for the colourful birds that live here, including lorikeets, parrots, and the famous kookaburra.
Lunch is in the beachside town of Apollo Bay, where you can tuck into local fare and refuel for an afternoon of incredible sightseeing.
Continuing on, we’ll stop at Otway’s Rainforest and take a bush walk amongst ancient eucalyptus trees and stunning forest scenery. When all have returned we then head on to the 12 Apostles, one of Australia’s most famous landmarks. These limestone stacks form an incredible backdrop to the sea views, so be sure to bring your camera along.
Afterwards, we’ll move on to Loch Ard Gorge, which is shrouded by impressive limestone cliffs. We’ll take a walk here and check out the local attractions, including the Archway, the Razorback, and Dumpling Pots. You’ll also get to learn about Australia’s most famous shipwreck while you’re here.
Finally, we’ll make our way back to Melbourne. We’ll travel through a number or country towns and may stop at Colac for a break and a bite before returning to the city.
Please note: during peak periods this tour may operate in reverse.