Melbourne: 12 Apostles, Great Otways and Great Ocean Road
- Marvel at the world famous 12 Apsotles before the crowds arrive.
- Explore the stunning Gibson Steps, and capture photos of the iconic coast
- Connect with nature on a hike to the magical Beauchamp Falls
- Admire towering Californian Redwoods in the Redwood Forest
- See koalas in their natural habitat
Departing Melbourne early with your knowledgeable guide, head straight to the famous 12 Apostles before the masses of people arrive. Take a short stroll along the boardwalk, and appreciate the stunning views. Continue to another spectacular scene, Gibson Steps, and walk down the 70-meter cliff-side pathway to the beach, where there will be plenty of time to take some incredible photos.
Next, it’s back in the van to start a drive through the magical Great Otways National Park. Pull over, and take a 3.5 kilometer (just over 2 miles) return hike through ancient rainforests to the dreamy Beauchamp Falls. Then, head to the towering Californian Redwood Forest.
With your energy restored, continue your tour along the iconic Great Ocean Road. Pass by Apollo Bay before reaching Kennett's River, where you'll get the chance to spot native koalas going about their daily routines. Stop at the beautiful town of Lorne for 30 minutes to shop and explore at your leisure, or take a swim in the ocean. Finally, visit the historical Memorial Lookout and the surfer hotspot, Bells Beach, before concluding your tour back at the original meeting point.
- Knowledgeable tour guide
- Fresh coffee and tea
- Delicious, sweet vegan treats
- Fresh organic fruit on arrival and throughout the day
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
Prepare for the activity
Meet your guide at the undercover Taxi Rank on St. Kilda Road, between Hamer Hall and the Arts Centre. Please note that the meeting point is approximately 200 meters/220 yards from Flinders Street Station over the Yarra River.Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
- Warm clothing
- Sun hat
- Credit card
- Oversize luggage
- Luggage or large bags
• This tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
• No bushwalking experience is required for the hike. The track is a hardened or compacted surface and may have some gentle hill sections and occasional steps