• Nature & wildlife tours

Surf Coast and the Bellarine Day Tour

7 Brownbill Street, Geelong, Victoria, 3220

Leaving Geelong your first stop is the famous Bells Beach, where the world’s longest running surfing competition is held. You will then return to the surf capital of Australia, Torquay, where you can ‘shop until you drop’ at Billabong, Rip Curl and Quicksilver and take time to explore the Australian National Surfing Museum. Your next stop will be morning tea at The Heads Cafe in beautiful Barwon Heads.

Then onward to Point Lonsdale to see the Lighthouse and walk the pier followed by a quick drive to Queenscliff Harbour, the hub of all things maritime, where you can walk up the 42 metre observation tower with great views across Port Phillip Bay to Portsea.

You are then taken for a scenic drive across the Bellarine Peninsula, arriving for lunch at either Jack Rabbit Vineyard Restaurant where the skies meet the vines, or Terindah Estate, the Bellarine’s beautiful boutique food and wine venue, rated by Tourism Victoria as one of the state’s top five regional restaurants.

Unique small group tours for discerning travelers without the crowds.

Discovery Down Under Tours Geelong offers small group sight-seeing tours of Geelong/Bellarine and other amazing regions of Victoria in the comfort of a Land Rover Discovery.

Your tour can be all-inclusive (alcohol not included), car and driver only, or customised to suit your needs.

Tours are designed for interstate or international travellers visiting Geelong seeking to discover our iconic Shipwreck coastline, awarded wineries, exceptional produce and food, mineral springs, and other stunning locations.

Discovery Down Under Tours also cater for Geelong City or Surf Coast and Bellarine residents, or those on business, who wish to take a relaxing full day or half day break to beautiful destinations, without the stress of driving.

  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
7 Brownbill Street, Geelong, Victoria, 3220

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