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“We took a private tour with great ocean road explorer.”
“James provided us with 2 rocking tours during our time in Melbourne. 1 tour to the Great Ocean Road #AMAZING and a trip down to see the penguins on phillip island #CUTENESSOVERLOAD.”
“My 11 & 13 year olds were less than thrilled to learn our holiday plan was to drive along a road and look at things but between the helicopter ride, kangaroo tour and treetop adventure they had plenty of fun!”
“From breathtaking views at the 12 apostles and Loch Ard Gorge along the Great Ocean Road, to fun bonus activities Iike bird feeding and a visit to the chocolaterie and ice creamerie, this journey packs loads of go...”
Large crowds can make sightseeing a stressful experience, so avoid the rush, and opt for a...read more
“The Apostles and Loch Ard views were my favorites, however we enjoyed every bit of the tour,worth our money and time,especially with Gui our guide, very informative, friendly and very accommodative.We were picked...”
“Richard is our driver for the tour day and he is punctual and patient with my elderly kins.”
See for yourself why the Great Ocean Road is one of Australia’s most epic road trips. On this full-day private tour from Melbourne, visit the famous Twelve Apostles, the Otways, Bells Beach, and many other must-see...read more
“... sunset and sunrise views of the Apostles and an early morning beach walk from Gibson’s steps and then Loch Ard Gorge, Razorback and a hidden blow hole, followed by the Bay of Islands National Park and the Grotto.”