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The stunningly grand Great Ocean Road

8 Sebastopol street, 3, Caulfield North, Victoria, 3161

You will travel in a westerly direction over the West Gate bridge as you head to the Great Ocean Road.

The journey passes through Geelong and Anglesea, where you will detour to view Kangaroos.

Your next photo op is the official and historical entrance arch memorial, to the 3,000 workers employed to hand-dig the road.

Next stop is to feed the birds and hopefully see Koalas eating from the trees in the wild. Allow a Lorikeet or a Rosella to harmlessly land on your head in their frenzy to be fed.

Stop for a light lunch at the small village of Apollo Bay.

Your journey continues through the magnificent rain forests of the Otways National Park. If you're up to it, a 20 minute stroll in the majestic rainforest amidst the lush ferns and inhale really fresh air.

You will then head for the 12 Apostles viewing site. Stay with your guide as he takes you to the best viewing and photographic opportunities.

Return on the scenic inland road, visit a chocolate factory and pass lush farmland and some historic towns.

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I Love Melbourne Tours run private tours in and around Melbourne.

Travel designed for people who like the better things in life and wish to see Melbourne's numerous attractions.

Discover why Melbourne has now been voted for the seventh time the most liveable city in the world.

Come along with I Love Melbourne Tours as they explore the Great Ocean Road, the Penguins on Philip Island, the mountains and the lively markets, the luxury shops and see how the rich and famous live in magnificent mansions and heritage listed workers cottages.

View luxury cars and travel along the Grand Prix circuit at Albert Park. Enjoy a luncheon in the winery region after visiting an Australian animal sanctuary.

And for time poor business people and tourists, there is nothing to beat the newly created night tour.

8 Sebastopol street, 3, Caulfield North, Victoria, 3161

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