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Two Day Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Tour - Bunyip Tours

400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Travel through Victoria's second largest city, Geelong and Victoria's prime agricultural land.

Morning tea stop in Colac before heading south. At Port Campbell start your trip along the Great Ocean Road with the iconic 12 Apostles. Descend Gibson Steps where you are dwarfed by enormous offshore stacks. Then see spectacular Loch Ard Gorge, before continuing on through the luscious Otway Ranges and some of the tallest eucalyptus trees in Australia.

See the coastal townships of Apollo Bay and Lorne. Take in the breathtaking views and spot the wildlife including koalas and kangaroos. They check out an iconic Lighthouse and stay overnight in Queenscliff.

Early morning transfer to the ferry for the memorable ride across Port Phillip Bay from to the Mornington Peninsula. Visit seaside Portsea with its famous bathing boxes and enjoy the views from Murrays lookout before heading towards Moonlit Sanctuary. Get up close with kangaroos and wallabies and learn about their conservation efforts.

Next see the Nobbies before travelling on to the penguin parade. Home to Victoria's largest colony of little penguins, Summerland beach provides a spectacular backdrop to the world famous penguin parade.

Type Indicative prices

Price range depends on accommodation type booked - options for shared dorm and private rooms - please contact Bunyip tours directly for more information. Tour not suitable for children under the age of 4 years old.

$295.00 - $385.00


Inclusions: One night accommodation as booked All National Park entrance fees 1 x dinner on day one 1 x breakfast (day 2) Return transfers in air-conditioned comfort Complimentary onboard Wi-Fi

Days of operation:
  • Please call or visit the website for more information.

    Departure details: 01/06/20 - 31/03/21

    Mon/Fri: 07:30am - 10:00pm

Tour highlights:
  • Stunning coastal views
    Enjoy stunning coastline views along the Great Ocean Road
  • Aussie Wildlife
    Look for koalas and native birds in the wild
  • Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge
    The history of the tragic Shipwreck Coast is revealed on the beach at Loch Ard Gorge before visiting the world famous 12 Apostles – see these enormous limestone stacks from the roadside lookout and on the beach at the foot of soaring cliffs.
  • Moonlit Santuary
    Encounter Australian wildlife at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. Hand feed wallabies, kangaroos (fee applies) and watch for joeys.
  • Penguin Parade
    Watch the world famous Penguin Parade as hundreds of little penguins come out of the sea at dusk & head back to their burrows for the night

Winner of the Victorian Tourism Award for Major Transport and Tour Operator 2016 and 2017, Bunyip Tours is an innovative multi award winning tour company that creates adventures for travellers from all walks of life with personalised and interactive experiences.

Committed to providing service with warmth, understanding and professionalism to all its guests, Bunyip is always going the extra mile, offering their guests a simple booking process, hotel pick-ups, enthusiastic and informative guides, exclusive tour features, and modern vehicles seating a maximum of 24 guests.

Bunyip's mission is to see every one of its guests leave Victoria with a big smile on their face.

Bunyip has a diverse range of single and multi-day sightseeing tours from Melbourne to Victoria's premier destinations, including the Great Ocean Road, the Penguin Parade, Wilson's Promontory, Mornington Peninsula and Healesville Sanctuary and Puffing Billy. Bunyip Tours is the only operator with tours to the famous Neighbours television set.

With a commitment to taking care of the environment, using eco friendly lodging wherever possible and creating environmental awareness among its guests - You will be lightening your eco-foot print by travelling with Bunyip Tours.

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400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

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