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Bells Beach

High cliffs provide a stark backdrop to a beautiful beach where the world's best surfers carve up the waves.

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St Kilda
St Kilda is known as Melbourne's seaside playground, and is renowned for its impressive views of Port Phillip.
Seal Rock
As the name might suggest, this rock is home to a colony of fur seals who feed and sunbathe off the southwestern tip of Phillip Island.
Penguin Parade
From the comfort of an amphitheatre, watch the adorable Little Penguins march from the sea to their nests.
Phillip Island Nature Parks
From penguins and seals to mangroves and pioneer farming heritage, explore Victoria's best wildlife and coastal scenery here.
Great Otway National Park
The spectacular Otways feature a diverse range of landscapes from rugged coastline to fern-filled forests, and are a haven for wildlife.
Apollo Bay
A lovely seaside village in the foothills of the Otways with fantastic views of the Southern Ocean.

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Great Ocean Road Adventure

Along the Great Ocean Road 


As famous touring routes go, the Great Ocean Road is one of the very best in the world. The exceptional variety of natural environments is second only to the outstanding dramatic landscapes along the coastline and inland. The Eucalypt woodland, rainforest and heathlands continue to enthrall travelers while the Southern Ocean’s crashing waves provide the perfect backdrop for the stark rock formations that the route is renowned for. 


Idyllic Scenery and Amazing Aussie Wildlife


Experience the tour for yourself with your expert local guide, who will give you an inside view of the sites that can be found here. The trip begins when you are picked up from your hotel or a prearranged meeting point.  A stop will be made to spot one of Australia’s favorite animals, the Koala, while you feed parrots and rosellas, and keep an eye out for wild kangaroos. An Aussie style pub lunch will be recommended by your guide at the idyllic Apollo Bay. 


Walk through the rainforest of the Otway Ranges and admire some of the vast trees that can be found here. The final stops of the tour will be in Port Campbell where you will have the pleasure of seeing the world famous Twelve Apostles rock formations, formed over 20 million years ago. Following this there will be a stop at Lock Ard Gorge, lying on Shipwreck coast, where you will learn all about the astonishing tale of the two survivors of the Lock Ard wreckage.

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