From observing surfers ride the wild waves of Bells Beach to soaring high above one of Australia’s natural icons in a private helicopter, there’s so much to see and do on Acacia’s adventurous Great Ocean Road and Helicopter journey.
After morning tea set high on the clifftop at Split Point lighthouse, tour the Great Ocean Road in comfort as it winds along the coast. Get up close and personal with the local wildlife, from koalas to native parrots then flick through your Australian fauna selfies over a delicious two-course lunch at Apollo Bay’s acclaimed La Bimba.
Following lunch, the road turns inland through the towering rainforest of the Great Otway National Park emerging at one of nature’s marvels, the Twelve Apostles limestone stacks and the breathtaking Shipwreck Coast.
After an invigorating day touring the Great Ocean Road, indulge in the ultimate finale by boarding a private helicopter for the scenic 75-minute flight high above the dramatic coastline and fertile rainforests before touching down in the heart of Melbourne.
Private return helicopter flight to Melbourne (75-minutes) Morning tea Two-course lunch with beverages Professional driver guide Private luxury touring vehicles National Park fees
Acacia Luxury Private Tours offer exclusive private travel experiences in Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria.
Drawing upon extensive local knowledge and relationships with a vast network of providers, Acacia Luxury Private Tours have carefully fashioned unique itineraries designed to showcase the very best each region has to offer.
Through a process of consultation, Acacia Luxury Private Tours gain an understanding of the clients’ own personal tastes and interests and willingly tailor itineraries to meet your discerning needs. That is the beauty of bespoke private travel.
Acacia are all about unsurpassed service, safety and total commitment to making your visit to this beautiful state a memorable one.
It is the added touches, or magic moments that set Acacia apart.
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