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One Day Great Ocean Road Private Tour

Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Tour operated by: A Longhorn YOUnique Journey

Experience spectacular coastal scenery, koalas, kangaroos and rainforest walks on this private tour of the Great Ocean Road which is recognised as one of the world's best drives.

This one day tour is all about showing you as much as possible whilst still giving you a personalised service and a quality experience.

The tour is operated by Longhorn YOUnique Tours and visits Teddys Lookout, Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch, Fantastic beaches in seaside resort towns, The 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, rainforest walk and koalas and birds in their natural environment.

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 10/04/18

    Daily: 07:00am - 09:00pm

Tour highlights:
  • 12 Apostles
  • London Bridge

Longhorn YOUnique Tours is a 2015 and 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award Winner, offering tours to the Great Ocean Road, the Otways Rainforest, Grampians, Phillip Island, the Yarra Valley and Adelaide. They can also customise a tour to suit your needs.

You will see spectacular scenery, wildlife in the natural environment, learn about the area's history and culture, enjoy homemade treats and great accommodation as Longhorn's expert guides take you on a journey of discovery.

Longhorn YOUnique Tours is a family owned business operated by Garry and Shirley Hamel, two Australians who know and understand the beauty of the country. With a range of tours from one day to multiple day tours to choose from.

Longhorn YOUnique Tours believe that guests shouldn't feel rushed. Tours are conducted in luxury four wheel-drive vehicles with your comfort and needs a top priority. Private tours with a maximum of six people ensure you receive a personalised experience to remember.

Longhorn YOUnique Tours are part of the Extinction Fighters program and have adopted a Tasmanian Devil at Healesville Sanctuary. Free Wi-Fi on all tours.

Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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