Explore, experience and embrace the magic of the Great Ocean Road on the Otway Discovery Tour.
See some of Australia's most famous surfing beaches, enjoy the stunning coastal views and feel the sand between your toes.
See the coastal towns of Lorne, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell. Visit iconic Cape Otway Lighthouse, mainland Australia's oldest surviving lighthouse.
Look for koalas, kangaroos and native birds in the wild. Delicious barbecue lunch included. Take in the luscious surrounds of the Otway rain-forest and some of the tallest eucalyptus trees in Australia.
Step down to the beach at Gibson Steps, gateway to the 12 Apostles, where you will be dwarfed by these enormous offshore stacks to see the 12 Apostles from a different angle. Discover Loch Ard Gorge and the fascinating history of the Shipwreck Coast.
$149 for hop on/hop off option.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 10/10/17 - 31/03/18
Daily: 07:15am - 08:00pm
Otway Discovery Tour provides a service with warmth, understanding and professionalism to all customers.
Our one day Great Ocean Road Tour takes you to the beach, bush land and forest with time to stop and get sand between your toes, and walk through sweet-scented eucalypti forests until the massive pillars of the Twelve Apostles standing from the ocean take your breath away.
The three day all inclusive Great Ocean Road and Grampians tour is a true Australian adventure of wildlife and spectacular scenery. You will be taken on a journey to discover the breathtaking coastline of the Great Ocean Road and the hinterland of the Grampians. Meals and accommodation included.
Otway Discovery Tour will go the extra mile to ensure that all facets of your tour are a success - by offering a simple booking process, providing fantastic, enthusiastic and informative guides and modern mini coaches (maximum 24 people) and personalised service by professional guides, all this, so customers can leave Victoria with a big smile on their face.
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