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Two Day Melbourne to Adelaide Great Ocean Road and Grampians Escape

400 Flinders Street, Immigration Museum (corner Flinders & Market St), Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Join Autopia Tours for the Two Day Melbourne to Adelaide Great Ocean Road and Grampians Escape tour.

On day one, you will begin your journey from Melbourne to Adelaide Tour along the beautiful Great Ocean Road, enjoying the stunning scenery of the famous coastline. A short stop for you to do some koala spotting and listen to the abundant birdlife before freetime in Apollo Bay. Make a stop to admire the amazing Twelve Apostles, before travelling onto Loch Ard Gorge, where you will learn all about the history of this shipwreck spot before passing through the township of Port Campbell and making your way to the Grampians for the night.

On day two, you will visit Grampians National Park, one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations is an area rich in Aboriginal culture set in a beautiful and rugged ancient landscape. Embark on a walk in the National Park and take in some of the breathtaking views before making your way to Mackenzie Falls where you hike to view these stunning falls.

After an amazing two days, arrive in Adelaide early in the evening.

Type Indicative prices

Fare is valid for anyone 6 years old and over. This tour is not suitable for children 5 years old or younger. Price is per person twin/double share with a minimum/maximum of 2 people per room. For Single Private rooms $495 per person.



Melbourne to Adelaide Tour Meals as indicated (1 x Breakfast) All National Park entrance fees One night accommodation Experienced driver/guide Informative commentary Inner city pickup and drop off

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 16/11/18 - 31/03/22

    Mon/Fri: 07:35am - 07:30pm

Tour highlights:
  • The famous Heritage listed Great Ocean Road
    Sit back and let us do the driving while you enjoy the stunning scenery of the Great Ocean Road.
  • 12 Apostles Limestone Stacks and Loch Ard Gorge
    Discover the remarkable rock formations of the iconic 12 Apostles. and learn about the tragic tale of the shipwreck coast as you visit the hidden beach of Loch Ard Gorge.
  • Great Otway National Park and Rainforest
    You will discover some of the world’s tallest tree’s as you explore the ancient and beautiful rainforest of the Great Otway National Park.
  • Explore the Grampians National Park
    On the second day wake up to amazing views and kangaroos of the Grampians National Park, an area rich in Aboriginal culture and set in a beautiful and rugged landscape.
  • Mackenzie Falls
    Enjoy spectacular waterfalls and panoramic lookouts

Autopia Tours is the recognised market leader in small group adventure tours throughout Victoria and beyond - with over 30 years experience in providing small group adventure they know what you want.

Autopia Tours are very proud of the driver guides, they are the heart and soul of the company. The Aussie driver guides are all very knowledgeable and love showing off such a beautiful country. The informative commentary will be a highlight of your tour. Like you, the tour guides are world travellers, have sense of adventure and do not take life to seriously.

The maximum group size is 24 passengers. Unlike competitors you will not be squeezed amongst 50 other travellers as group sizes are small, so you can relax, enjoy your tour and talk to your fellow passengers in comfort.

Autopia Tours believe life is all about unique experiences. Whether it is seeing koalas up close in their natural habitat, swimming in one of Victoria's pristine beaches, watching penguins come ashore at sunset or hiking through the Grampians Autopia Tours can take you there. Autopia Tours are all about providing treasured memories that will last a lifetime.

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  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
400 Flinders Street, Immigration Museum (corner Flinders & Market St), Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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