Whether you are travelling with family, friends or a school group, our Great Ocean Road Private Tour is the best way to explore this scenic coastline. You'll join one of our knowledgeable local guides to travel along one of Australia’s most impressive coastal drives. With a private tour, you'll enjoy a more personal experience with the freedom to travel your way!
The Great Ocean Road winds along the spectacular Victorian coastline to arrive at the iconic 12 Apostles rock formations. Along the way, you’ll spot local wildlife and pass charming country towns, wild surf beaches and lush rainforest.
Departs: Approx 7.30am
Between 1 - 5 passengers from: $1,100
Between 6 - 11 passengers from: $1,250
Between 12 - 20 passengers from: $2,000
Between 21 - 30 passengers from: $2,500
Between 31 - 48 passengers from: $3,000
For bookings within 14 days please call our office.
For bookings of 48 people and over please call our office or fill in our contact form.
Please include your accommodation location/pickup location and any special requests in the notes when you book.
We will make stops for food, but please note all food and drinks are at own expense.
With our Private Great Ocean Road Tour, we can adapt the itinerary to suit your group. Please use the contact form if you would like to request a tour with a different itinerary. Or let us lead the way with our classic Great Ocean Road itinerary.
You’ll start the day off in Melbourne, where you’ll meet your friendly guide and fellow travellers on the bus. Then we cross the Westgate Bridge and head out of the city towards the famous Great Ocean Road. Enjoy the stunning views as we travel along the Surf Coast before stopping at Memorial Arch for a photo of the Great Ocean Road sign.
We’ll stop to meet some of the Great Ocean Road’s laziest locals, the dozing koalas that live in the eucalypts in this part of Victoria. Spot them sleeping in the trees or maybe munching on some leaves. Hopefully some of the vibrant parrots will come and say hello as well.
When hunger strikes, we head to Apollo Bay, a quiet coastal town where you can quickly pick up some lunch (own cost) and take a walk along the calm beach. Then it’s back on the bus to the dramatic scenery of the Shipwreck Coast. Take a walk down to Loch Ard Gorge, wander along the coastal cliffs to admire the Razorback and be mesmerised by the power of Southern Ocean. To top it all off, enjoy a stroll to lookout point of the 12 Apostles to admire the iconic limestone stacks.
As the sun sinks, sit back and admire the Victorian countryside as it whizzes by on the journey back to Melbourne.
*Pickups outside of the CBD may be subject to a pickup charge.
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