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Great Ocean Road Tour of Australia
The Great Ocean Road of Australia's Southern coast tour in 11 days

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12 apostles great ocean roadSouthern Australia tour in 11 days starts and ends in Melbourne.

This tour focuses on the Southern Coast of Australia, along the Great Ocean Road west of Melbourne.

This tour in Australia features:

Melbourne - Geelong - Torquay - Bells Beach - Anglesea - Aireys Inlet - Lorne - Apollo Bay - Otway Forest - Port Campbell - Warrnambool - Tower Hill - Port Fairy - Penshurst - Halls Gap - Stalwell - Great Western - Ballarat - Melbourne



The Great Ocean Road - Victoria Australia The Great Ocean Road - South Australian Coast Melbourne - Australia's second largest city


Great Ocean Road Tour of Australia Itinerary
Southern Australia Coast tour itinerary in 11 days
Tour starts and ends in Melbourne.
Day
Exceptional and spectacular landscapes
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Melbourne
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Arrival in Melbourne, the second largest city of Australia. National Gallery of Victoria tour: art collections from Australia (Aboriginal), Asia, Europe. Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens tour. The Rialto Towers observation (Melbourne's tallest building). Overnight in Melbourne.
2
Melbourne - Yarra River - Geelong
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
ayers rock custom australia tourCruise down the Yarra River. Afternoon drive to Geelong. Overnight in Geelong.
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Geelong - Torquay - Bells Beach - Anglesea - Aireys Inlet - Lorne
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Visit the small towns of Torquay and Anglesea, stopping along the way to view one of the world's best surfs at Bell's Beach. Spit Point Lighthouse and Bark Hut in Aireys Inlet before continuing to Lorne. 2 nights in Lorne.
4
Lorne
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
custom tour travelTeddy's Lookout and Erskine Falls in Lorne. Explore the walks in the Otway Ranges around Lorne. Drive one of the most scenic sections of the Great Ocean Road from Lorne to Apollo Bay. Spectacular lookouts at Mt. Defiance and Cape Patton en route. 2nd night in Lorne
5
Lorne - Apollo Bay - Otway National Park - Port Campbell
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Mariner's Lookout in Apollo Bay. Maits Rest and Melba Gully rainforest walks. Hopetoun Falls. Beauchamps Falls. Cape Otway and its Historic Lighthouse. Moonlight Head panoramic view and Lavers Hill en route to Port Campbell. 2 nights in Port Campbell.
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Port Campbell National Park
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
echidna australia tourExplore Port Campbell National Park. Gibsons Steps to the beach. The famous 12 Apostles rock formations. Loch Ard Gorge. The Arch. London Bridge. 2nd night in Port Campbell.
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Port Campbell - Warrnambool
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Hopkins Falls near Warrnambool. Visit cheeseries in Timboon and Allansford. Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village in Warrnambool. Overnight in Warrnambool region.
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Warrnambool - Tower Hill - Port Fairy - Penshurst - Halls Gap
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
australia tourDrive to Tower Hill State Game Reserve for abundance of wildlife around an extinct volcanic crater. Brief visit of small town of Port Fairy. North to Penshurst for great panoramic view from Mt. Rouse. 2 nights in Halls Gap in Grampians National Park.
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Halls Gap - Stalwell - Halls Gap
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Spectacular scenery and views in Grampians National Park. Boroka Lookout. Lake Wartook. McKenzie Falls. Bunjil's Cave with Aboriginal paintings in Stalwell. 2nd night in Hall's Gap.
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Halls Gap - Great Western - Ballarat
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
crocodile watching tourTour the cellars of best known "champagne" region of Australia in Great Western. Scenic drive to Ballarat. Sovereign Hill. "Blood on the Southern Cross" light show in the evening. Overnight in Ballarat.
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Ballarat - Melbourne
Australian Great Ocean Road Tour
Eureka museum. Optional detour to Daylesford & Hepburn Springs (time permitting). Drop-off at Melbourne international airport. This concludes your Great Ocean Road Tour of the South Australian Coast.
Kakadu Yellow Waters, Northern Territory  Tunnel Creek N.P., North Western Australia Windjana Gorge N.P., North Western Australia Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory

Melbourne

Melbourne Founded in 1835 (47 years after the first European settlers arrived in Australia), Melbourne started growing during the development period of the gold rush in the 1850s. Melbourne has developed very rapidly after that and became the largest city in Australia until it deposed Sydney in the early 20th century. Today Melbourne is the known as the sports and culture capital of Australia, as it hosts many sporting and cultural events and institutions, some the largest in Australia.