One of Acacia’s most exciting and ethereally beautiful tours, the Great Ocean Road deserves to be savoured. Why not make the most of your time travelling along Australia’s most scenic coastal route with this two-day trip, including an unforgettable overnight stopover in the township of Apollo Bay?
Taken at a more leisurely pace, you can make the most of the stunning views along this rugged, sea-carved stretch of paradise. This memorable tour allows for extra insights, including a magical rainforest walk through lush rainforest at Melba Gully and the staggering natural beauty of the London Bridge Arch and Bay of Islands at the western end of the Port Campbell National Park.
Epicurean adventurers will also appreciate the opportunity to take in the mouth-watering Great Ocean Road gourmet trail. Visit some of the region’s finest foodie hot spots, like the Timboon Railway Shed Distillery, where you can enjoy a nip of whisky, and the award-winning paddock to plate operation that is Apostle Whey Cheese.
Morning teas Daily Two-course lunches with beverages Overnight accommodation with continental breakfast at Chris’s Beacon Point Two-course dinner with beverages Produce tasting
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.
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