3 Day Tour Great Ocean Road & Grampians National Park- Melbourne return
Prices are listed in Australian dollars and include GST.
- Tour Details
Included in price:
All park entry fees, all transport, morning tea and biscuits, lunch on day 1, breakfast and dinner on day 2 and breakfast at day 3. The 2 night accommodation is pre-arranged for all our customers. Extra costs: not indicated meals
3 days 2 nights
7:00 AM Wed, Sun
This tour departs on Wednesday (from June â€“ October) and Wednesday & Sunday (from November â€“ May) and courtesy pick up is available from most inner city accommodation providers. Please ask reservations for your exact pick up time. For popular pick up times and locations please look at the tour description on the left side of this page. It is recommended you arrive at your pick up location at least 5 minutes before you scheduled departure time. If the bus has not picked you up within 10 minutes please phone our office using the number on your booking confirmation.
What to bring:
Bring along warm clothes, sunscreen, camera and of course a BIG SMILE!!!
Fitness level required:
Not recommended for young children due to the nature of this tour. No child rates available on multiday tours. If travelling with children upgrade to a familyroom is highly recommended.
Great Ocean Road, Grampians, Halls Gap, Lorne, Apollo Bay and Angelsea
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3 Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Tour
** Day 1 - Great Ocean Road (MT) (L)
â€¢ Visit one of the coast's famous surfing beaches!
â€¢ Memorial Arch (Eastern View)
Take some pictures at the historic great ocean road memorial arch
â€¢ Beach Walk
Go for a stroll along some of the beautiful beaches and
â€¢ Lorne & Anglesea
View some spectacular beaches & lookouts
â€¢ Seaside Towns
Feel the vibe of small coastal towns
â€¢ Spot wild Koalaâ€™s / hang out with wildlife - (Kennett River)
See how many Koalasâ€™ you can find! Get amongst beautiful birds; Parrots, lorikeets, and look out for the famous kookaburra.
â€¢ Enjoy a free Lunch! (Apollo Bay)
â€¢ Otwayâ€™s Rainforest (Maitâ€™s Rest)
Take a guided bushwalk through this very rare, ancient, cool temperate rainforest. Youâ€™ll feel dwarfed as you stroll past some of the tallest trees in the world.
â€¢ 12 Apostles
View the beautiful limestone stacks that form the mighty 12 apostles
Treat yourself to an optional helicopter flight for $100 (weather & time permitting)
â€¢ Loch Ard Gorge
A beautiful vista of towering cliffs, sparkling blue-green sea and a small, sandy beach â€“ this gorge derives its name from one of Victoriaâ€™s most tragic shipwrecks more than 120 years ago.
â€¢ London Bridge
London Bridge has fallen downâ€¦.. But itâ€™s still makes a stunning photo opportunity and has a great story behind it.
â€¢ Overnight at Warrnambool Beach Backpackers
Spend the night in Warrnamboolâ€™s best backpackers, just a stone throw from the beach. All accommodation is pre â€“ arranged for our customers
** Day 2 â€“Warrnambool & the Grampians National Park (B,D)
â€¢ Free Optional activities
If your feeling energetic, get up extra early and use some of the free hostel equipment â€“ go for a bike ride â€“ grab a fishing rod or ask for a boogie board and hit the beach.
Hold a snake, kiss a koala and cuddle a Joey (baby kangaroo) as youâ€™re treated to a hands-on wildlife show
â€¢ Whale Watching (winter only)
Look for whales at Logans Beach as they make their way around the Southern Coast of Australia
â€¢ Visit Tower Hill National Park
Victorias first national park declared in 1892 is a 30,000 year old extinct volcano. Originally the land of the local Koroitgundidj people is now a wildlife wonderland full of koalas, emus, kangaroos, magpie geese, echidnas, and possums, as well as waterbirds.
â€¢ Mount Rouse
view the surrounding volcanic plains
â€¢ Halls Gap
Spend time in beautiful Halls Gap, the heart of the Grampians National Park
â€¢ Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Learn the history and culture of the local Jardwadjali and Djab Wurung Tribes. Visit one of victorias leading aboriginal cultural centres
â€¢ Chataqua Peak or The Pinnacle
Walk the intrepid Pinnacle Trail or the amazing Chataqua Peak
â€¢ Aussie BBQ
Help cook a true blue Aussie BBQ for tonightâ€™s dinner
â€¢ Overnight in the Grampians
Spend the night in the heart of the Grampians National Park - Neds Beds
** Day 3 - The Grampians National Park (B)
â€¢ Tour the Grampians National Park
Home to kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, emus, birds, echidnas and many other Aussie creatures as well as an abundant array of plant life. â€˜A Wildlife, Waterfall, Walking Wonderland
â€¢ Mckenzie Falls, Clematis Falls or Silverband Falls
Visit one of the most spectacular and largest waterfall with the Grampians National Park
â€¢ â€˜Jawâ€™s of Deathâ€™ or Bunjils Cave
Walk along an Aussie bush track to experience The Balconies, the famous sandstone rocks also known as the â€˜Jawâ€™s of Deathâ€™
â€¢ Reeds Lookout or Lake Bellfield
Enjoy the breathtaking views
â€¢ Free Wine Tasting
Take a guided tour of one of Australiaâ€™s oldest wineries - Bests Winery
Twin/double room at hostel: $90 extra per person (includes 2 nights accommodation)
Twin/double room at motel: $151 extra per person (includes 2 nights accommodation)
Single room at hostel: $180 extra (includes 2 nights accommodation)
Single room at motel: $301 extra (includes 2 nights accommodation)
**Note: Accommodation is pre â€“ arranged for our customers**Note: Accommodation upgrades are subject to availability.
**Note: If you would like to have an upgrade to a double or twin, you have to notify us your of preference and Wildlife Tours will contact you to finalise and collect payment for the upgrade.
Departs: Wednesdayâ€™s all year (Sundays during Summer)
Arrives: Melbourne approximately 6:30pm or Adelaide Approximately 7pm
Includes: Morning tea, 1 lunch, 1 BBQ Dinner, 2 Breakfasts, all park entry fees, dorm accomodation, courtesy hotel pickup, & Wine tasting
Popular pick up times and locations:
Melbourne Metro: (78 Howard St, North Melbourne) - 6:50 am
The Nunnery: (116 Nicholson St) - 6:55 am
Space Hotel: (Corner Russel St & McKenzie St) - 6:55 am
Hotel Discovery: (167 Franklin St) - 7:05 am
Nomads Industry: (196 A'Beckett St) - 7:10 am
St. Paul's Cathedral: (Cnr Flinders St & Swanston St) - 7:15 am
Exford Hotel: (Corner Little Bourke St & Russel St) - 7:20 am
King Street Backpackers: (Corner of Little Bourke and King St) - 7:30 am
Holiday Inn: (Corner Spencer St and Flinders Lane) - 7:35 am
Base Backpackers: (17 Carlisle St, St Kilda) - 7:10 am
Habitat HQ: (333 St Kilda Road, St Kilda) - 7:15 am
Coffee Palace: (Corner of Grey and Jackson St, St Kilda) - 7:20 am
Urban Central: (334 City Road, Southbank) - 7:30 am