The Apostle Coast Full Day (Food Wine and Sights) Tour offered by Port Campbell Touring Company starts from Port Campbell.
The tour includes visits to all local attractions including Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge as well as Bay of Islands Coastal Park, Port Campbell National Park, Timboon Distillery and the food and wine loop which includes visits to Apostles Whey Cheese, Gorge Chocolates, Newtons Ridge Winery and Berry World in Timboon, which is seasonal.
Gourmet seafood picnic lunches, on the viewing area overlooking Muttonbird Island at Loch Ard, can catered for on request over the summer months.
The Full Day Food Wine and Sights Tour lasts between six and eight hours in duration. A minimum of two people are needed for this tour to operate. Please contact for further information. This tour is offered on a private tour basis.
Days of operation:
Tours are provided between November to March, on demand but subject to availability.
Port Campbell Touring Company provides private, personalized tours in south west Victoria. Based in Port Campbell, they specialise in value adding to the visitor experience along the Twelve Apostles Coast.
From Melbourne, private tours are offered along the Great Southern Touring Route, which encompasses the Great Ocean Road, Grampians National Park and Ballarat.
A four to six day Adelaide to Melbourne, or vice versa tour is also offered, taking in the Grampians and Great Ocean Road.
Port Campbell Touring Company specialise in half day and full day tours from Port Campbell on the Apostle Coast, which naturally includes the world famous Twelve Apostles and the spectacular Loch Ard Gorge.
For walkers, they offer one, two or three day walking packages on the western section of the Great Ocean Walk, west of Cape Otway.
Port Campbell Touring Company provide educational tours and talks to visiting school and tertiary groups.
If you are intending to visit the Twelve Apostles Coast and you wish to get the most out of your visit, come and tour with Port Campbell Touring Company.
For further information on all tours, please visit the website.
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