Get more value by combining our Melbourne City Tour and Great Ocean Road tour. Over two days, you will experience both incredible destinations in a small group of up to 12 passengers.
What to Expect
On your first day, enjoy a small group tour of Melbourne’s best attractions before waking up to head out along the iconic Great Ocean Road. On both tours, there will be a maximum of 12 people in your group, so you will have plenty of opportunities to ask your guide questions and get to know your fellow travelers.
First, it’s time to discover Melbourne, a city of contrasts, world famous sporting arenas and historic gardens. Be dazzled by the wondrous sights of Australia’s most vibrant city and learn about Melbourne’s fascinating history with your expert guide. Join this small group tour to make the most of your stay as you zoom in and around the city, visiting such wonders as Federation Square, the MCG and our world-famous sports precinct, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Albert Park Lake (Formula 1) and over to St Kilda Beach, finishing at the Eureka Tower (entry is optional).
The next day, your guide will pick you up again from your hotel to experience the majestic coastal drive of the Great Ocean Road. You will travel in style with your small group and enjoy time to relax and fully appreciate the wonders of this world famous route.
You will have time to stroll along the wild beaches or stop for a coffee at the striking Split Point Lighthouse and take in the awe-inspiring scenery. You will stop at Apollo Bay, a tranquil seaside town set amongst the soft rolling hills, offering a great selection of cafes and restaurants where you can stop for lunch (not included).
This tour provides exclusive access to an ancient Eucalyptus Forest walk, located at the iconic Great Ocean Road Ecolodge where you can have close encounters with koalas, kangaroos and native birds. As a passenger on this Great Ocean Road Day Tour, you will be contributing to the Great Ocean Ecolodge’s conservation program to protect the local tiger quolls, koalas and unique flora of the region.
A truly unique day out, capped off by a visit to the ancient rock formations of the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge.
- Exclusive animal encounters
- National Park fees