Day One of this tour features highlights along the Great Ocean Road including surf beaches, eastern view of the Memorial Arch, Lorne, Anglesea, Kennett River (wildlife viewing), Otway's Rainforest (Mait's Rest), Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Gibson's Steps, London Bridge and an overnight stay at Warrnambool.
Day Two includes Warrnambool & Grampians National Park. You will experience a range of free optional activities, whale watching (winter only), visit Tower Hill National Park, Mount Rouse, Halls Gap, Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Chataqua Peak or the Pinnacle and have an Aussie barbecue dinner. You will stay overnight stay in the Grampians.
Day Three you will explore the Grampians National Park. Key destinations include Grampians National Park, McKenzie Falls or Silverband Falls, Reed's Lookout or Lake Bellfield, 'Jaw's of Death' or Aboriginal Cave Paintings and an Aussie Pub (drinks at your own expense).
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Melbourne Australia Tours is one of Australia's fastest growing tour companies that have been entertaining travellers for a long time.
Melbourne Australia Tours is a family owned and operator business, running small group tour operations in Melbourne and Australia wide. through business partners offer amazing tours at amazing low prices.
Drivers and guides are trained under the expertise of Colin May the Founder/Managing Director of Melbourne Australia Tours who is Australian Government approved Classroom trainer assessor, who ensures all guides are the best in the business.
Courtesy hotel pick-ups and drop off are offered for over 100 different inner city locations and St Kilda. Overnight accommodation is pre-arranged for all of our guests at cosy country hostels.
Melbourne Australia Tours is a fully accredited tour operator registered with public transport Safety Victoria and a licensed Tour operator registered with Victoria Government Parks. Accredited Certificate Four Driving instructor, Victoria Government approved trainer and assessor.
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