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Great Ocean Road


Great Ocean Road

Described as one of the world's greatest coastal drives, a trip down the Great Ocean Road with it's severity and striking contrasts will remain etched in your memory forever.

The Great Ocean Road region demonstrates the power of the sea as it ruthlessly battles the land. View pristine beaches, sleepy seaside hamlets and the majestic monoliths dramatically protruding from the sea.

Enjoy many photo stops, views and short walks as we tour this world renowned coastal drive. Hear stories of the many ships that have come to grief along this perilous coast.

Great Ocean Road Tours:

Shipwrecks and Wild Clifftops Experience - 9 Hours

Come and discover the shipwreck coast in all its rugged glory. The formations you see and stories you hear fill your mind full of memories and your head full of tales. Awesome backdrops mix with crisp sea air leaving you in awe of the regions charm and mystery.

Great Ocean Road - 9.5 Hours

Journey along one of Victoria's most scenic and picturesque routes, the Great Ocean Road on this private tour. See kangaroos on golf courses, marvel at the limestone pillars of the Twelve Apostles, learn the history of the 'Shipwreck Coast' and view the beauty of the Otway National Park. A great day out in one of the most beautiful regions of Australia.

Great Ocean Road High Adventure - 12 Hours

Discover the wonders of the spectacular Great Ocean Road… This region boasts powerful seas, golden beaches, peaceful townships, giant cliffs and lush forests. Of course you can not and will not, ever forget the Twelve Apostles - the world's largest limestone towers! Hear legends of the 'Shipwreck Coast' over a traditional Aussie billy tea. Bring spare camera film and prepare yourself for a wonderful day…

Tour highlights:

View the coastal townships of Torquay (home of Bells Beach) and Lorne, a surfers haven and Melburnian retreat. Experience a traditional Australian morning tea with Billy Tea, vegemite, crackers and lamingtons

Tour the Great Ocean Road, passing towering cliffs, sweeping sandy beaches and stunning forest scenery. Enjoy the character of the charming seaside town of Apollo Bay and take a walk along the beach.

Appreciate the beauty of the magnificent Otway National Park. Port Campbell National Park boasts a range of awe-inspiring natural attractions, including the Blowhole and the Grotto.

An icon of the Australian coastline, the Twelve Apostles, are the world's largest limestone towers. Marvel at Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge, sculpted by millions of years of erosion.

Visit Port Campbell, a fishing village and holiday resort. Discover the amazing history of over 50 shipwrecks along this rugged coastline as your guide tells you the stories.

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