Day Great Ocean Road Tour / Four Day Great Ocean Road Tour
Book Melbourne’s Best One Day or Four Day Great Ocean Road Tour
A one or four-day Great Ocean Road guided tour is a fantastic way to enjoy a short family getaway. The tour includes a visit to the 12 Apostles, where guests can take Instagram-worthy photos and discover hidden histories of the sites. This is an excellent opportunity to explore all that Victoria has to offer. Whether you are a seasoned traveller or just beginning to discover the joy of travelling, a one or four-day tour will put a smile on your face.
We know that planning a trip can be time-consuming and stressful, but our tour is your one-stop solution for all your travel needs. You can expect a relaxing and intimate travel experience since our tours are designed for small groups.
Introducing the Four-Day Great Ocean Road Tour
Our brand has a first-of-its-kind four-day Great Ocean Road tour for travellers seeking a comprehensive excursion. The bus departs from the Southern Cross Coach Terminal at the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. What’s unique about this package is that it only offers tours from Melbourne to Adelaide. Within an hour of driving through, you can enjoy uninterrupted coastal views and breathtaking scenery while inside the bus.
From family-friendly adventures to hidden heritage treasures and culinary delights, you won’t have time to get bored. With a series of fun activities lined up, you will get an authentic experience like never before. You also have the option to choose our one day Great Ocean Road tour if you’re short of time.
Top Five Must-See Attractions on a One or Four-Day Great Ocean Road Tour
If you are planning a one or four-day trip, these are the five places you cannot miss on the Great Ocean Road tour. Not only will you see Victoria’s most sought-after tourist destinations, but you can also indulge in the classic fish and chips served in grease paper.
- Bells Beach
Bells Beach is a surfer’s paradise known for its clear turquoise waters. Hosting the Rip Curl Pro, Bells Beach has put our little coastal town on the map.
- Memorial Arch
This incredible architectural monument was built to commemorate World War 1 and those who sacrificed themselves to construct the Great Ocean Road.
3. Kennett River
Come and explore Australia’s wildlife habitats. Kennett River is the place to be since it is home to koalas and a wide variety of native birds.
4. Blue Lake
The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier occupies a crater of the extinct volcano, which the city has been named after. The clear water magically turns to an intense turquoise blue in the summer.
5. Naracoorte Caves National Park
This popular tourist attraction is South Australia’s only site on the World Heritage List. The place is considered a vital part of Australia’s history.