How much does it cost to do the Great Ocean Road?

The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia’s favourite destinations, a giant stretch of stunning coastline complete with lush rainforests, world famous beaches and surreal natural landmarks.

The Great Ocean Road

Whether you are just heading out to the Great Ocean Road for a day trip or spending the weekend on the coast, you probably want to know how much you are going to spend along this dramatic landscape.

But it’s impossible to know how much you are going to spend on your weekend on the Great Ocean Road, as accommodation, food, drink and activities all vary greatly along this vast stretch of coastline.

So, instead, let’s take a look at some of the amazing tours you can take along the road, and how much they cost.

  • Great Ocean Road boutique tour


    Adults: $98
    Children: $85 (7 – 14 years)


    This amazing tour encompasses the key highlights of the Great Ocean Road all in one action-packed adventure. You will get to experience the breathtaking Port Campbell National Park, complete with incredible natural landmarks like the 12 Apostles, the Loch Ard Gorge, the London Bridge and the Razorback, before making your way through the lush Otway rainforest and for a bit of koala spotting in Kennett River.

    It’s the perfect way to take in the best of the Great Ocean Road!

  • 2 day Great Ocean Road & Grampians tour


    Adults: $325
    Children: $325


    One of the things that makes the Great Ocean Road such a remarkable part of Australia is its close proximity to the awe-inspiring Grampians National Park, one of Australia’s true natural wonderlands. After your first day on the Great Ocean Road, visiting the world famous Surf Coast, the lush surrounds of the Otway Rainforest and the Port Campbell National Park, you will head out to the Grampians, a haven for Australia’s unique wildlife as well as stunning rock formations and waterfalls.

  • 2 day Great Ocean Road tour from Melbourne


    Adults: $229


    This unforgettable tour takes you to all of the Great Ocean Road’s favourite destinations, including the magnificent splendour of the Port Campbell National Park, the majestic surrounds of the Tower Hill dormant volcano, Apollo Bay, the Split Point Lighthouse and more. Oh, and to top off the first day, an Aussie BBQ feast awaits at your accommodation – you beauty!

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