2 Day Melbourne to Adelaide
Get amongst nature on this incredible foray into the wildlife that lives between Melbourne and Adelaide. Explore this section of mesmerizing coastline with its rugged mountains and fascinating Aboriginal history. This 2 Day Tour from Melbourne to Adelaide will give you an introduction into the stunning scenery of the Great Ocean Road, along with some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks and attractions.
Winter (April – September): Monday & Friday
Summer (October – March): Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Arrives: Adelaide Central Bus Station approx. 7:30pm
Children: $325 (children under the age of 6 are restricted from this tour)
Please note that as dormitory accommodation is included in the tour price, passengers travelling with children will need to upgrade to a motel room. Please contact us to check availability of a private room upgrade for your dates of travel.
Upgrade to a private single/double/twin room with ensuite – $170 per room Please Note: Accommodation upgrades are very limited over the summer months and cannot be guaranteed. We recommend travellers wanting to upgrade to contact us prior to booking to check the availability of private rooms.
Upgrade to a private single/double/twin room with ensuite – $170 per room
Please Note: Accommodation upgrades are very limited over the summer months and cannot be guaranteed. We recommend travellers wanting to upgrade to contact us prior to booking to check the availability of private rooms.
On day one, you’ll get to sample the beaches of the Great Ocean Road before checking out the historic Memorial Arch and its surroundings. We’ll then move on to some of the local seaside towns and spot koalas, kookaburras, parrots, and lorikeets.
Lunch will be tasty stop-off in Apollo Bay before a bushwalk and a view of the 12 Apostles. To finish the day, you’ll get to go night-time kangaroo spotting before bedding down in the beautiful scenery of the Grampians.
Day Two (Breakfast)
We’ll tour the Grampians National Park today, taking in the amazing collection of wildlife – think native species, like kangaroos, wallabies, emus, echidnas, and koalas.
You’ll have the chance to take a hike through the mountains, visit Halls Gap at the heart of the Grampians, and learn more about the colourful heritage of the region at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Before we finish up in Adelaide, you’ll get to see Reed’s Lookout or Lake Bellfield, check out McKenzie Falls or Silverband Falls, and see ancient cave paintings.
|Athenaeum Theatre||188 Collins St, Melbourne||7:10am|
|Base Backpackers||17 Carlisle St, St Kilda||7:10am|
|Crown Promenade Hotel||8 Whiteman Street, Southbank||7:30am|
|Holiday Inn Melbourne||575 Flinders Lane, Melbourne||7:30am|
|Ibis on Therry Street||15/21 Therry Street, Melbourne||7:00am|
|Immigration Museum||400 Flinders St, Melbourne||7:35am|
|Pegasus Apartment||206 A’Beckett St, Melbourne||7:05am|
|Pullman Albert Park||65 Queens Road, Albert Park||7:00am|
|Rydges Melbourne||186 Exhibition St, Melbourne||7:15am|
|Savoy Hotel on Little Collins||630 Little Collins Street, Melbourne||7:25am|
|Space Hotel||380 Russel St, Melbourne||6:55am|
|YHA Metro||78 Howard St, North Melbourne||6:50am|