Nature & Adventure Tours

Explore the breath-taking coastline of south-west Victoria on a Great Ocean Road Tour, one of the world's most scenic coastal drives. This magnificent coastal tour combines spectacular Southern Ocean scenery, huge cliffs, towering rock stacks, lush temperate rainforests, tranquil bays, intriguing coastal villages full of history, clean uncrowded beaches and great surf. The Great Ocean Road traverses an extended length of coastline that includes the world-famous Twelve Apostles rock formation, the Otways rainforest, and Bells Beach on the Surf Coast. It passes through coastal resort towns including Torquay, Lorne and Apollo Bay, coastal cities including Geelong and Warrnambool, and historic villages including Queenscliff, Port Campbell, Port Fairy and Portland.

Apollo Bay is a paradise by the sea, with a backdrop of undulating green Otway hills, waterfalls, national and state parks and a wide, crescent-shaped sandy beach for swimming, kayaking and surfing. It has one of the most picturesque stretches on the tour.

Anglesea is another favourite Great Ocean Road stop due to the lovely beaches, bush-land, wildlife and stunning coastal scenery in the area. Coogoorah Park along the Anglesea river has a series of boardwalks and bridges winding through native bush and wetlands as well as a fantastic playground for children.

Port Campbell has spectacular coastline scenery, with attractions including the Port Campbell National Park and the Twelve Apostles, the dramatic limestone rock stacks that have made this section of Victoria's coastline famous. Other spectacular coastal features include Loch Ard Gorge, Gibson Steps and the Bay of Islands.

Torquay is Victoria’s surfing capital, and the Surfworld Museum captures the spirit of surfing in a variety of multimedia and hands-on displays. Famous surf beaches in the area include Jan Juc and Bells Beach.

As part of your tour, make a stop at Lorne, a charming coastal town between Loutit Bay and the Otway ranges with a thriving café culture and wide range of shops, boutiques and galleries.

Visit Warrnambool, nestled amid green countryside overlooking the Southern Ocean. The fascinating Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum here showcases the town's historical links with the sea, and includes original buildings, a lighthouse and a recreated port complete with ships. The inactive volcano of Tower Hill Reserve is nearby, where you can see koalas, emus, kangaroos, sugar gliders and aquatic birds.

Port Fairy is a charming old fishing village with wide streets lined by 19th century cottages, old stone churches, boarding houses, inns and imposing Norfolk pines. Extend your Great Ocean Road tour experience by detouring inland to the magnificent Grampians National Park and the Goldfields, continuing across Victoria’s western border to South Australia, or exploring Port Phillip Bay in the east including the Bellarine and Mornington peninsulas.

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