Your Acacia journey along the Great Ocean Road begins in the township of Torquay, Australia’s celebrated capital of surf culture and home of the legendary Bells Beach. The carved cliffs of the winding Great Ocean Road afford panoramic views of lighthouses, windswept beaches and sandy coves. Arriving at the picturesque seaside hamlet of Kennett River, guests can observe dozing Koalas in their natural habitat and brilliantly hued King Parrots and Crimson Rosellas.
After a sumptuous lunch of local seafood and regional produce in the popular holiday village of Apollo Bay, the road forges inland through the verdant gullies of the Great Otway National Park.
Finally, the road emerges on the dramatic Shipwreck Coast near the iconic Twelve Apostles, the scenic highlight of the day. Stroll cliff-edge boardwalks for the perfect vantage point of these limestone stack formations and the nearby Loch Ard Gorge. Adventurous travellers can descend all eighty-six of the Gibson Steps down to the beach.

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Morning tea Two-course lunch with beverages at La Bimba in Apollo Bay Professional driver guide Private luxury vehicle 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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