Price is per person. (Adult fare prices apply to 18+ years). Dormitory Accommodation with share bathroom facilities. Meals included - 1 Dinner, 1 Breakfast.
Overnight tour to/from Melbourne return 1 Nights' Accommodation at Port Campbell Hostel Meals: 1x Dinner, 1x Breakfast Indigenous history with bush tucker experience All National Park Entrance Fees Guided bush walks included Guaranteed Australian wildlife Knowledgeable Tour Commentary Experienced Driver/Guide
Days of operation:
Departure details: 19/01/20 - 31/03/22
Sun: 07:35am - 06:30pm
Departure details: 01/10/21 - 31/03/22
Wed: 07:35am - 06:30pm
We start this tour with a drive through the ancient lava fields of western Victoria on our way to the country seaside town of Warrnambool.
We take a detour to Tower Hill to explore Australia's most recently extinct volcano bursting with wildlife. Take a guided walk with Worn Gundidj learning about the traditional lifestyle of Australia's indigenous people, bush tucker, medicine and the skills or the boomerang.
Drive the Great Ocean Road "backwards", starting with the Shipwreck Coast and its icons such as the Bay of Islands.
The Grotto and London Bridge with time to explore the village of Port Campbell.
Try some locally made beers from Sow & Piglets Brewery with dinner before finishing off the day at the 12 Apostles for sunset.
The second day starts off with a climb down the stairs onto the beach at Loch Ard Gorge well before the crowds begin for a unique take on this ever popular attraction.
It's then off for a stroll along a section of the Great Ocean Walk and down to the beach level at the Apostles at Gibson Steps before retreating into the Otway rainforest.
It's then back on the road to continue the breathtaking coastal drive with quality stops in the townships of Apollo Bay our lunch for the day to soak in the Aussie beach town lifestyle.
Check out the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie & Ice-Creamery for some delicious treats and one of the most popular surf beaches in Australia before the trip back to Melbourne around 6:30pm.
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