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  • From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour

    1. From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour

    Departing late morning from Melbourne we join the Great Ocean Road making our first stop at the new Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery for delicious chocolate samples and a chance to purchase a delicious hot chocolate or coffee. You will then follow the twists and turns of the breathtaking Great Ocean Road enjoying spectacular coastal photo opportunities. Stop off to see cuddly koalas in the wild before traveling onto the seaside town of Apollo Bay. You will have time to purchase lunch and dinner before we continue the journey Driving through rolling hills of the Otway National Park, you will head towards Port Campbell National Park and the hear some of the tragic tales about the shipwreck coast and view remarkable rock formations at Loch Ard Gorge. The final stop of the day is the awe-inspiring 12 Apostles to watch the sun sinking behind these stunning rock formations. E...

  • From Melbourne: Small-Group Great Ocean Road Day Trip

    2. From Melbourne: Small-Group Great Ocean Road Day Trip

    Capture the essence of the Australian coastline and this incredible region in the luxury comfort of a Mercedes Benz custom-fitted tour vehicle. In a group of no more than 11 guests you’ll enjoy a personalized door-to-door experience that ensures plenty of leg room on a long journey. During your adventure, your expert guide will help you explore a host of gorgeous locations including the costal townships of Lorne and Apollo Bay. You’ll stop off for a delicious morning tea at a secluded beach setting before enjoying a guided walk through the ancient Otway rainforest and then feasting on a tasty lunch at a modern cafe in Apollo Bay. After lunch, you’ll marvel at the breathtaking 12 Apostles and magnificent surroundings on the coastline, spotting unique Australian wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, and an array of native birds. All the while your expert guide will share local knowledge ...

    Great tour, tour guide was funny and had a lot of humour highly recommend him Paul his name make it fun even though the trip is pretty long.

  • Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    3. Limestone Oceans to Mountains: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    Day 1: Melbourne to The 12 Apostles Start your 3-day adventure by departing from the cosmopolitan Melbourne. First up is one of the world’s great drives - the Great Ocean Road. You will pass by legendary surf spots and stop to check out some Koalas in the wild. Stop in the quaint seaside village to explore and wander through an ancient rainforest. During your trip, you will also get the chance to stop for a bite to eat for lunch. In the afternoon you will see the awe-inspiring Twelve Apostles limestone formation and Loch Ard Gorge. Rest in the evening in your apartment accommodation in the seaside town of Warrnambool included.  Day 2: Warrnambool to the Grampians National Park Start your day by exploring Tower Hill at an extinct volcano crater teaming with native wildlife. Enjoy a guided walk and spot Emu's and Kangaroos, you'll also have time to enjoy a delicious spot of breakfast. N...

  • From Melbourne: Ultimate 2-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    4. From Melbourne: Ultimate 2-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    After pickup at your hotel in Melbourne, depart early in the morning directly toward Torquay. Savor morning tea, then see some of the local surfers in action. Stock up on some chocolates for the day at the local Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery before continuing your journey through small local villages on the way to Split Point Lighthouse. Next, learn some of the history of the Great Ocean Road at the Memorial Arch before taking the steps down to the base of the Erskine Falls. Admire the magnificent falls, then grab lunch and take a stroll at Lorne. Enjoy some time for a quick swim off Lorne Beach, though be aware the water might be slightly cold. From Lorne, move on for another stroll to the Sheoak Falls. Soak up the spectacular views as you wind your way along the Great Ocean Road and stop to see some of the amazing wildlife. Then it’s time to enjoy the wonderful view from the Mariner'...

  • From Melbourne: Coastal Highlights, Forest, Wildlife Tour

    5. From Melbourne: Coastal Highlights, Forest, Wildlife Tour

    After being picked up from your accommodation in Melbourne CBD, you will explore the world-famous Great Ocean Road on this full-day tour. Spend the day exploring the coast, but also see koalas and birds in their natural habitat as well as going on a guided forest walk to see some of the tallest trees in the world. All of this on top of the iconic coastal favorites such as the Torquay Surf Beach, Loch Ard Gorge, 12 Apostles, and Gibson Steps, with plenty of photo opportunities provided along the way. With the exception of lunch and dinner, all of the below is included in the price of the tour. Torquay Surf Beach Stop here to get your first taste of the stunning coastal scenery. You will be able to view the world-famous Bells Surfing Beach. Take some great coastal photos and smell the fresh seaside air. Morning tea Included with the tour. Gre...

  • From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road Reverse Experience

    6. From Melbourne: Great Ocean Road Reverse Experience

    Depart the Melbourne CBD (Central Business District) early in the morning, and travel inland to arrive at the "Shipwreck Coast" before the rest of the tour buses arrive. See the beautiful limestone rocks of the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Gibson Steps without the crowds. Hear the story of Loch Ard as you step down into a gorge carved by the Southern Ocean over hundreds of years. Enjoy a picnic lunch at one of these breathtaking spots. Then, drive back along the Great Ocean Road, waving at the other tour buses as they pass in the opposite direction. Stretch your legs in the Otway Ranges on a guided rainforest walk amongst some of the tallest tree species in the world. Drive back to the coastal road and visit the seaside town of Apollo Bay. Continue along the coast, traveling a twisting route with spectacular ocean, beach and cliff views. Stop in Kennett River to look for koalas in ...

    Overall the general day was good but the main feature, 12 Apostles, was very disappointing because of cloud/mist cover. The principle of getting there early to avoid the crowds is great if you get to see the main attraction. I thought given the weather the trip could have been slightly re-arranged to ensure main feature was viewable. The other events on the day, Koalas was good but you seem to cram a great deal into the day not always getting enough time at the main features.

  • Melbourne: Great Ocean Road & Rainforest Trip

    7. Melbourne: Great Ocean Road & Rainforest Trip

    Leave the city heading over the Westgate Bridge bright and early to maximize your time on the Great Ocean Road. After just over an hour’s drive, stop on a popular surf beach near the town of Anglesea for morning coffee. Take a short drive before stopping at Memorial Arch, which commemorates the returned soldiers who worked on the construction of the 151–mile stretch of road following World War I. Continue along the Great Ocean Road taking in the spectacular ocean, beach and cliff views. Your guide will help you spot koalas among the eucalyptus trees, as you journey along this famous coastline. After lunch, the road and the ocean part ways for the next few hours as you head into the Otway Rainforest. Take a short 30-minute guided walk right into the heart of the rainforest. Feel dwarfed by some of the largest tree species in the world. Wind further through the forest and return to the o...

    The tour is really nice, and I have enjoyed it a lot! The driver/guide John was great! However, there is no enough time to enjoy the locations (understandable due to the distance/traveling time from/to Melbourne). Thank you for the Ocean road experience!

  • Melbourne: 12 Apostles, Great Otways and Great Ocean Road

    8. Melbourne: 12 Apostles, Great Otways and Great Ocean Road

    Discover the iconic 12 Apostles, see picturesque beaches, and make your way through the trees in Great Otways National Park and Redwood Forest. Snack on local fruit and spot native koalas. Departing Melbourne early with your knowledgeable guide, head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. Take a short stroll along the boardwalk, and appreciate the stunning views. Continue to another spectacular scene, Gibson Steps, and walk down the 70-meter cliff-side pathway to the beach, where there will be plenty of time to take some incredible photos. Next, it’s back in the van to start a drive through the magical Great Otways National Park. Pull over, and take a 3.5 kilometer (just over 2 miles) return hike through ancient rainforests to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls. Then, head to the towering Californian Redwood Forest. With your energy restored, continue your tour...

    Great day out on the Ocean Road. We had stunning weather and Mick was an excellent guide. The small tour group of 6 people and the small tour bus was good and we saw much more than the 12 Apostles. Due to COVID there were no crowds and the side trips to the waterfall and redwood stands added to the trip plus the koala sighting at Kennet Beach. this is one of the few tours still running in Victoria ad deserve to succeed. the lunch and coffee stoops were at small independent stores and both were very good.

  • Melbourne: 2-Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Tour

    9. Melbourne: 2-Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Tour

    Day 1: Melbourne to Great Ocean Road Depart from Melbourne and travel through the surfing town of Torquay for morning tea by the beach. Drive along the beautiful Great Ocean Road, enjoying the stunning scenery of the famous coastline. Stop for some koala spotting and listen to the abundant birdlife before a break for lunch in Apollo Bay. Stop off at the stunning Great Otway National Park, enjoy a guided walk through this ancient rainforest, admiring some of the world’s tallest trees. Travel to the amazing 12 Apostles, before heading to admire Loch Ard Gorge to learn about the history of this famous shipwreck. Pass through the township of Port Campbell and make your way to the Grampians National Park. Stay overnight in the Grampians in the township of Halls Gap. Lunch is included. Day 2: Grampians National Park to Melbourne Wake up to see the amazing ...

    Excellent trip. Guide was exceptional. Saw lots of wildlife and the beautiful scenery.

  • Oceans to Mountains Explorer: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    10. Oceans to Mountains Explorer: 3-Day Great Ocean Road Tour

    Day 1: Melbourne to Warrnambool Departing Melbourne you begin your journey towards the Great Ocean Road. Head through the iconic surf haven of Torquay and get your first glimpse of the famous ocean. Stop at Memorial Arch for a photo of the famous Great Ocean Road sign. Follow the Great Ocean Road to Apollo Bay, along the way you will get to spend time exploring beaches, quaint seaside villages and, spot wild koalas! Your schedule will also make allow to stop for a delicious bite to eat for lunch. Great Ocean Road then twists and turns in to the Great Otway National Park where you will experience a guided walk through an ancient rainforest. Travel to the amazing 12 Apostles, before heading to admire Loch Ard Gorge, where you will learn all about the history of this famous shipwreck before visiting London Bridge formation. You will spend overnight in the coastal town of Warrnambool. Com...

    Darren is a super awesome tourguide, I would like to give hime 5 stars review. He made the trip wonderful and interesting more. Unfortunately, I didn't have him three days , the last day we were change to other guy's group . He is not enthusiastic and even can't start each stop on time which he set the time himself. Thanks God I have a good for two days. A good Tourguide determines your trip good or not.

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What people are saying about Port Campbell National Park

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 326 reviews

Great day out on the Ocean Road. We had stunning weather and Mick was an excellent guide. The small tour group of 6 people and the small tour bus was good and we saw much more than the 12 Apostles. Due to COVID there were no crowds and the side trips to the waterfall and redwood stands added to the trip plus the koala sighting at Kennet Beach. this is one of the few tours still running in Victoria ad deserve to succeed. the lunch and coffee stoops were at small independent stores and both were very good.

It was definitely one of the best experience we had. We had plenty of time to visit each of the locations and the guide was amazing who explained lots of the history behind each of the locations. The guide was very attentive to our needs and showed us all the scenic routes. Overall I must say the trip was extremely worthy as we covered a lot in one day.

Excellent and fun tour. Paul was so accommodating for everyone on the tour - going above and beyond for us to enjoy it. Paul’s informative commentary also was excellent. Lunch was beautiful - a truely wonderful tour day! Highly recommend this tour. The scenery was breathtaking.

The driving was great by the driver and he was very nice to me and very helpful considering I had a blister on my left foot. The whole day was great except the weather wasn't and I did what was expected

Great tour, tour guide was funny and had a lot of humour highly recommend him Paul his name make it fun even though the trip is pretty long.