What To Expect
Why not extend your time on the Great Ocean Road and stay overnight at the surf coast town of Lorne?
Arrive around 10:30 with the afternoon and following morning free to just relax and enjoy. Go on the Great Ocean Road Adventure around midday on the following day.
Views of Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay from West Gate Bridge
City of Geelong and Corio Bay
Torquay and the Surf Coast
Visit famous Bells Beach
Bush Billy tea of Aussie grown tea and gum leaves, lamingtons and vegemite crackers
Spectacular coastal views along the Great Ocean Road
Surf beach resort of Lorne
Precipitous coastal cliffs, long sandy beaches and rolling surf
River inlets and fern gullies
Stop at picturesque Apollo Bay for lunch (own expense) - perhaps a walk along the beach
Otway National Park - fern gullies and eucalypts make up this beautiful Australian rainforest
Port Campbell National Park's rugged coastline, "The Shipwreck Coast"
Gibson's Steps - gain a unique perspective of the stunning Apostles from the water's edge
Huge stone monoliths of the Twelve Apostles
You may take an optional helicopter flight over the shipwreck coast (own expense)
The Island Arch and Razorback - grand architecture carved by surf
Loch Ard Gorge - site of the tragic shipwreck of the "Loch Ard"
Stark remains of London Bridge
Port Campbell - holiday resort and fishing village
This powerful coastline provides scope for stunning photography
Return directly to Melbourne enjoying an on-board Australian movie "All The Rivers Run - 1"
Hotel pick-up (View Hotel Pick-up list)*
National park fees
Aussie style Bush Billy tea with lamingtons and vegemite crackers
Resort accommodation at the Cumberland Lorne Resort and use of resort facilities
Meals and drinks unless specified
Tips and gratuities
Due to extreme weather condition which has resulted in road closures along the Great Ocean Road, this tour will not be available until further notice.
Please bring a windbreaker and walking shoes.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
9 hours and 30 minutes