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Great Ocean Road or Grampians National Park One Day Tour

Regarded as one of the best coastal scenic drives in the world, the Great Ocean Road spans over 300 kilometres on the west-central coast of Victoria. It offers breathtaking ocean views from shear cliffs, pristine water and beach, quiet and beautiful local towns, walks in ancient rainforests, the chance of encountering unique wildlife, the interesting limestone landscape and the centre piece - Twelve Apostles.

A single day tour offers rich natural and historical experience. Take an optional helicopter ride for an even better view of this amazing coastline.

​Grampians National Park, also known as The Grampians or Gariwerd, is a sandstone mountain range. It has waves of mountain peaks with near vertical drops to valleys below which often offer amazing views, waterfalls and bush walking tracks for day trips.

For those who love to play hard outdoors, The Grampians is also a popular site for mountain climbing, camping, hiking and even free gliding. It is also an important indigenous cultural site with the largest number of rock arts in Southern Australia. Plus, Brambuk - The National Park and Cultural Centre right in the heart of The Grampians offers great displays of indigenous culture and artifacts.

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  • Tour schedule is based on demand. Minimum of three guests required for successful departure. Maximum of seven guests per tour applies. The operator has the right to accept multiple booking per tour up to the maximum of seven capacity. Chartered tours are available at different rates. Please contact for details.

Southern Traveller provide sightseeing tour packages in small groups. They specialise in custom made tours and set itinerary tours in Victoria with a focus the Great Ocean Road, Grampians National Park, Phillip Island Penguin Parade, Melbourne CBD, Yarra Ranges wineries and Victorian regional craft beer packages.

Contact Southern Traveller to book your tour.

Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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