Great Ocean Road Day Tour
Need a break from the daily routine? Dreaming of stunning coastal drives with breathtaking views? Then it’s time to embark on an unforgettable journey down Australia’s Great Ocean Road. This iconic road trip offers an immersive experience filled with natural wonders, amazing wildlife, and cultural delight.
Great Ocean Road And Rainforest
Planning Your Trip
Choosing The Right Time
Picking Your Tour Company
A Brief History Of The Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road, built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932, stands as the world’s largest war memorial dedicated to casualties of World War I. This historic 243-kilometre stretch winds its way around pristine beaches, dramatic cliffs, and through quaint coastal towns, offering travellers an unforgettable journey.
The Stunning Surf Coast
The journey begins with the Surf Coast, known for its pristine beaches and surf breaks. Places like Bells Beach, famous for hosting the world’s longest-running surfing competition, the Rip Curl Pro, offer magnificent views and a chance to experience Australia’s vibrant surf culture.
The Wildlife Encounters
Highlights Of The Journey
The Twelve Apostles
Cape Otway Lightstation
Loch Ard Gorge
Kennett River Koala Walk
Exploring The Coastal Townships
Unwind in the tranquil fishing village of Port Campbell, a perfect place to relax before continuing your journey to the nearby Twelve Apostles.
The Amazing Views from Bells Beach To Otway Rainforest
Navigating The Shipwreck Coast And Yarra Valley
The Shipwreck Coast bears tales of maritime history and tragedies, while the verdant vineyards of the Yarra Valley offer a tranquil contrast. Discover a world of wonder waiting for you at every turn.