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Great Ocean Road Classic Tour
Departs : Daily
Explore, experience and embrace the magic that is the Great Ocean Road!
The spectacular Great Ocean Road is one of the worlds most beautiful and naturally maintained secrets! Experience and enjoy the breathtaking coastline. Every twist and turn exposes you to stretches of broad, uninterrupted beaches, dramatic coastlines and the lush rainforests of the Otway Ranges - all of which provides an amazing postcard backdrop for all your memories! This is a day you will always remember!
Enjoy the stunning coastal views and long golden surf beaches - Feel sand between your toes at some of Australia’s most impressive beaches
Lighthouse Enjoy the breathtaking view from iconic Cape Otway Lighthouse and learn about the fascinating history of theaboriginal owners the Gadabanud peoples at the cultural centre. Exclusive entry into the lighthouse!
See Eastern grey kangaroos
Pass through coastal towns of Lorne, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell
Wildlife stop look for koalas and native birds in the wild!
Aussie BBQ lunch included!
Rainforest experience take in the luscious surrounds of the Otway rainforest and some of the tallest eucalyptus trees in Australia
Must see step down to the beach at Gibson Steps , gateway to the 12 Apostles, where you will be dwarfed by the high cliff line and these enormous offshore stacks
Loch Ard Gorge Discover the history of the Shipwreck Coast with a stroll along this historic beach
Helicopter flight Take a helicopter flight over the twelve Apostles! ($95)
Learn to Surf 2 day tour including Surf lesson, Great Ocean Road tour and overnight stay! ($295)
Hop on hop off (Overnight or extended coastal stay) Stay overnight or longer and enjoy the freedom to explore the laidback seaside villages of Torquay, Lorne, Apollo Bay or Port Campbell. 5kg luggage limit applies. ($20)
YOU PROVIDE (ADVISABLE)
Appropriate clothing for all weather conditions
Bathers for swimming (time permitting)
Great Ocean Road Facts
Over 150 hundred ships have met a watery grave!
The region attracts seven million visitors annually!
On 3rd July, 2006 one of the 12 Apostles collapsed into the sea!