At Bunyip Tours we connect you to Victoria’s greatest destinations – with plenty of laughs and adventures along the way. Join us as we explore iconic destinations like the Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Penguin Parade where you can experience incredible landscapes and get up close to Australia wildlife. Whether you’re marvelling at the 12 Apostles or watching Little Penguins waddle by, you’ll be making memories that will last a lifetime.

At Bunyip Tours we also like to get off the beaten track, so we’ve created our own unique tours away from the crowds. Adventure with us to the wilderness of Wilsons Promontory or spend a day indulging on the Mornington Peninsula. With small group sizes, maximum 24 guests, you know you will be part of an interactive experience with one of our talented and fun guides keeping you informed and entertained the whole way.

At Bunyip Tours we pride ourselves on being one of Melbourne’s premier small group tour operators and providing great value for money for our guests. We are a family-owned company that has been operating award-winning tours for over 20 years. We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Follow the Bunyip & lighten your Eco-footprint

At Bunyip Tours we have audited our primary energy usage and balanced our carbon footprint by planting local native vegetation to restore biodiversity and act as a ‘sink’ for our company’s carbon emissions. Bunyip Tours has been accredited by Eco Tourism Australia; by following the Bunyip you are supporting a company that is responsible for it’s impact on the environment and supporting responsible tourism.

Bunyip Mythology

Australia is an old continent full of enchanting creatures and stories. To the Aboriginal people the land was full of rich stories of dreamtime animals and characters that shaped the land and its people, forging their identity and community. The Bunyip is a mythical, dreamtime creature that is said to inhabit swamps and billabongs, and preys upon those who venture where they shouldn’t go.

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