Large Coach – Great Ocean Road Tour $105

Operates: Daily

Departs: 8:00am

Returns: Approx 7:30pm

Adults: $105

Children: $59.50 (2 – 14 years)

Infants under 2 years travel free on the lap of a parent

We recognise that the Great Ocean Road is a long trip and some people would prefer to travel in a large coach which provides a little more room and some extra comfort. If bus comfort is at the top of your list of priorities, your best bet is to book this Large Coach Great Ocean Road Tour. The Tour is operated with a 48 or 56 seat large coach, with toilets on board for your comfort.

  • All National Park fees
  • Wi-Fi on board coach (subject to Wi-Fi equipped coach availability)
  • Experienced driver/guide
  • Pick-up/drop-off.
Location Address Time
Adina Melbourne 189 Queen St, Melbourne 7:30am
Atlantis Hotel 300 Spencer St, Melbourne 7:10am
Bayview Eden 6 Queens Rd, Melbourne (Bus stop at SHAPE building Queens Rd) 7:10am
Bayview on the Park 52 Queens Rd, St Kilda 7:10am
Citadines 131 – 135 Bourke St, Melbourne 7:35am
Comfort Hotel (formerly Adara East Melbourne) 90 Albert St, Melbourne 7:20am
Cosmopolitan Hotel 2 – 8 Carlisle St, St Kilda 7:00am
Crown Towers (Attrium Entrance) 8 Whiteman St, Melbourne 7:35am
Federation Square Cnr Russell St and Flinders St 7:30am
Geelong – Bunnings Waurn Ponds 237 Colac Road, Waurn Ponds 8:50am
Grand Chancellor 131 Lonsdale St, Melbourne 7:35am
Hilton South Wharf 2 Convention Centre Place, Melbourne 7:05am
Ibis Hotel Therry Street 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne 7:15am
Ibis Swanston 609 Swanston St, Carlton 7:10am
Intercontinental The Rialto 495 Collins St, Melbourne 7:20am
Mantra on Russell 222 Russell St, Melbourne 7:35am
Melbourne City Backpackers (was King Street Backpackers) Cnr King St & Little Bourke St, Melbourne 7:20am
Novotel Ibis Melbourne Central 399 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne 7:15am
Novotel on Collins 270 Collins St, Melbourne 7:45am
Raddisson on Flagstaff 380 Williams St, Melbourne 7:25am
Rendezvous Hotel 382 Flinders St, Melbourne 7:40am
Rydges Carlton 701 Swanston St, Carlton 7:10am
Rydges Melbourne 186 Exhibition St, Melbourne 7:30am
Travelodge Docklands 66 Aurora Lane, Docklands 7:00am
Vibe Savoy 630 Little Collins St, Melbourne 7:10am
The Village Melbourne 167 Franklin St, Melbourne 7:20am
Windsor Hotel 111 Spring St, Melbourne 7:35am
YHA Metro 78 Howard St, North Melbourne 7:05am

Helicopter Flight: Take a helicopter flight over the 12 Apostles (additional $145 to be paid on the day of tour)


Large Coach – Great Ocean Road Tour $105

Large Coach Great Ocean Road Tour Itinerary

The Great Ocean Road Tour is an amazing day, jam packed with breathtaking coastal views and unbelievable natural wonders. This tour is a delight for keen photographers as the Great Ocean Road features in the top ten of the entire world’s greatest scenic coastal drives. So get that camera ready to capture some unforgettable memories.

The Great Ocean Road tour allows you to witness the spectacular surf coast of Torquay and Lorne, with their sandy white beaches and curling waves. These two areas are highly populated by local surfers, keen to ride their magnificent waves. Drive through the Great Ocean Road’s coastal cliffs and river inlets as well as its luscious fern gullies.

Observe the quaint towns of Wye River and Anglesea. We then make a stop at the picturesque Apollo Bay for a delicious lunch (own expense) and perhaps an ice-cream and a walk along the sandy beach. Whatever you choose to do, relax and enjoy your time in this beautiful town.

Pass through the Otway Ranges National Park that is bursting with fern gullies and eucalypts, that make up our beautiful Australian rainforest. Next we discover Port Campbell’s National Park, known as the ‘Shipwreck Coast’. Unveil the legendary monoliths and history of The Twelve Apostles. You can even choose to take an optional helicopter flight over the shipwreck coast (own expense). Try counting how many apostles you can see and quiz your driver, as to the reason why there might be less then twelve.

Afterwards, we visit the breathtaking Loch Ard Gorge and Island Arch. This location is the site of the tragic shipwreck of ‘Loch Ard’. Your driver will fill you in as to the unbelieve story, of two survivors who took refuge in the cave at the gorge.

A refreshment stop is made at Port Campbell, a popular holiday resort and seaside fishing village. This quaint little area is filled with sheltered cliffs and Norfolk Pines. There are plenty of boutique gift shops and galleries in the area. We then head back inland, until we arrive back in Melbourne, whilst watching an on-board Australian classic called ‘All The Rivers Run – 1’.

This tour is the best option for those who want a bit more space and comfort on their journey along the Great Ocean Road. We also offer a small group option with more stops including a guided rainforest walk and wildlife spotting walk. Check out the tour details here. 

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