This tour with Wildlife Tours Australia includes:
Day one highlights: Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Gibson 'Step's, Otway's Rainforest (Mait's Rest), Apollo Bay, Spot wild Koala's, Kookaburras and Parrots, Lorne, Split Point Lighthouse, tasty Aussie barbecue for dinner. Staying at Bells Beach Backpackers in Torquay.
Day two highlights: A delicious breakfast, Surf Beach, Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove. Ferry ride, where we often spot dolphins and even whales, we then land at Sorrento Beach and visit an Australian Wildlife Park.
Spend the rest of the day exploring Philip Island, such as Woolamai Surf Beach. There is also Swan Lake, Nobbies, Seal Rocks and the Blowhole, Summerlands and The world famous Penguin Parade.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 01/10/18 - 01/04/19
Mon/Wed/Fri: 08:00am - 11:59pm
Departure details: 09/06/18 - 01/10/18
Mon/Wed/Fri: 08:00am - 09:00pm
Wildlife Tours Australia has been entertaining travellers since 1996. Being one of the longest running small group tour operators in Melbourne they have the ultimate range of one, two and three day adventures in Victoria.
Specialising in the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, The Grampians, Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula wine tours, snow tours (in the winter), Melbourne to Adelaide tours, Adelaide to Melbourne tours and personalised group charters. Wildlife Tours Australia also place a strong emphasis on incorporating Australian wildlife into the tours, as the team believe this is one of the things that makes Australia so special.
Wildlife Tours Australia operates small modern vehicles and endeavour to get to know you all on a first name basis, and firmly believe in enjoying the journey as well as the highlights.
The thing Wildife Tours Australia love more than this beautiful country, is being able to show it off to you. That is why when you travel with Wildlife Tours you know you are going to get a guide who is just as enthusiastic about the journey as you are.
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