A Great Ocean Road Day Trip introduces one of the world’s most stunning coastlines, offering ocean vistas, crashing surf, dramatic coastal cliffs and endless long sandy beaches. Your Great Ocean Road day trip starts from Melbourne and will take you as far as the fishing village of Port Campbell, a popular holiday resort. Included in the daytrip are visits to the star attractions of Port Campbell National Park, also known as “The Shipwreck Coast”. Walk down the cliff side staircase of Gibson’s Steps to the beach, view the Twelve Apostles from the board walk and explore Loch Ard Gorge and learn the dramatic story of the ‘Loch Ard’ shipwreck. Morning tea and lunch is also included in your trip.
Tour Guideline Price:
AUD $200 / GBP £116
approx. 11.5 hours
Please note: All optional excursion descriptions represent a typical itinerary and will not necessarily operate exactly as outlined. Distant Journeys reserves the right to change the local operators at short notice if deemed necessary and appropriate
‘From the very first phone call we made they have delivered excellent service – friendly, reassuring, professional and nothing was too much for them to do’ Mr & Mrs Payne, West Yorkshire
Mr & Mrs Payne, Wonders of Australia
‘Great holiday, we had the freedom to do our own thing when it suited as well as a range of excursions when we needed them. The Ghan train and the Great Barrier Reef experiences were first class’ Mr & Mrs Parry, Cheshire
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