All-inclusive two day luxury Great Ocean Road small group tour to enjoy its spectacular coastline, history, food and culture including the Otway National Park's rainforest, mountains and waterfalls.

Included is private twin-share luxury accommodation at Apollo Bay, set on eight private hectares opposite Seafarer’s pristine beach with breathtaking beach and coastal views, and a two course dinner.

A special once-in-a-lifetime, deeply engaging experience of the Great Ocean Road, Twelve Apostles and the Otway Rainforest. Combined with personal service all the way, this two day adventure is a must for the traveller who seeks more from their travel.

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  • Departure details: 19/10/18

    Fri: 07:00am - 06:00pm

  • Departure details: 02/11/18

    Fri: 07:00am - 06:00pm

  • Departure details: 16/11/18

    Fri: 07:00am - 06:00pm

  • Departure details: 30/11/18

    Fri: 07:00am - 06:00pm

  • Departure details: 14/12/18

    Fri: 07:00am - 06:00pm

Tour highlights:
  • Bells Beach Guided Walk
    Your first stop is the iconic Bells Beach with an international reputation as one of the world’s great surf beaches, the guided tour includes the chance to walk on the white sand while listening to the history of Bells.
  • Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch
    You will travel past jaw dropping scenery to the famous Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch, a not to be missed photo opportunity and take in the beauty of the small hamlets you pass through including Anglesea, Aireys Inlet and Mogg’s Creek.
  • Cape Otway historic Lighthouse
    The highlight of day one is the Cape Otway Lighthouse, which sits 90 metres above the pristine ocean of Bass Strait. Your visit includes a fully guided historical tour and the chance to climb the observation deck and get a feel for the weather plus a lunch stop at the Lightkeepers Cafe.
  • Twelve Apostles
    You will head off early on day two for the exciting drive into the wild heart of the Great Ocean Road arriving early before the day tripper crowds. The first stop is Gibson’s Steps where your Van Virgins Team lead you on a safe guided walk along the beach to feel the sheer scale of these natural wonders. The main event of any trip along the Great Ocean Road is undoubtedly the Twelve Apostles offering expansive, breathtaking views of the massive limestone structures that tower 45 metres above the wild southern ocean. Those travellers wishing to experience this once in a lifetime view from above can take advantage of an optional breathtaking helicopter flight with 12 Apostles Helicopters. After a moment to take your breath you will catch a final glimpse of the Apostles and move on to the Loch Ard Gorge precinct where you will also visit The Razorback, a breathtaking limestone stack constantly subjected to the forces of wind and water before the last stop at the unique London Bridge.
  • Timboon Food and Wine
    After that stunning display of nature it is time to head inland to the charming gourmet hub of Timboon. Local producers create whisky, yogurt, cheese, honey and mouth watering ice cream so it doubles as your lunch spot.
  • Otway Brewery
    Just to prove you can never have too much of a good thing you will make your final stop at the award winning Otway Brewery where you can explore the lush gardens or indulge in a tasting of the local brew.

Van Virgin Tours is a family run, small group travel company that specialises in unique, authentically Australian tours for people who love adventure in a comfortable setting. Van Virgins cater to the discerning traveller seeking a deeper understanding of the land, culture and history of the places they are visiting.

Why choose Van Virgins? They offer five star hospitality with luxurious touches without the price tag. Your clients every need will be genuinely accommodated for. Guests love their warm, personalised service and the special encounters they have along the way that are unique to their tours.

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