What to do and see in Melbourne and around 2-3 days
Melbourne things to do. Great Ocean Road Tours in 2 – 3 days
Price – $ 85 pp a day – up to 24 people (or $ 590 per a car – up to 7 people)
It is impossible to visit some very nice places in 1 day of Great Ocean Road tour. We can do in the first day the same program as for 1 day:
- Scenic views from West Gate Bridge. Melbourne CBD. Port Phillip bay.
- Stop 1. Bells Beach. One of the most popular surf beaches in Australia.
- Stop 2. Wild grey kangaroos in their natural habitat in Anglesea.
- Stop 3. Aireys Inlet. Lighthouse and Split Point.
- Stop 4. Memorial Arch. History of the Great Ocean Road construction.
- Stop 5. Popular town Lorn. Cafes. Scenic views. Swimming from “Pier to Pub”.
- Stop 6. Wildlife at Kennet River. Koalas in natural habitat. Feeding parrots.
- Stop 7. Lunch in picturesque fishing town Apollo Bay.
- Stop 8. The oldest native rainforest on the Earth. Fern gullies and giant eucalyptus.
- Move along the Shipwreck Coast with many scenic stops.
- Stop 9. Twelve Apostles. Scenic rocks. Helicopter flight.
- Stop 10. Island Arch. Island Razorback. Loch Ard Gorge. Tragic shipwreck story – Loch Ard.
- Stop 11. Town Port Campbell. Picturesque fishing village.
- Stop 12. Warrnambool. The end of the Great Ocean Road.
In two-three days Great Ocean Road tours we can include the the following tourist attractions on top of the 1 day Great Ocean Road tour list:
- Night stop in Warrnambool.
- The next morning. Visit Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village in Warrnambool. Back to history. Australia’s most awarded Maritime Heritage Centre.
- Move again along the Shipwreck Coast. Some new scenic lookout stops.
- Repeating the yesterday’s evening scenic views in morning sunlight. If you wish.
- New stops along the Shipwreck Coast. London Bridge. Grotto. The Arch. Bay of Islands. Bay of Martyrs.
- Tower Hill National Park. The first national park in Victoria. Wildlife tour. Easy walks. Average walks. Kangaroos, wallabies, emus, koalas in their habitats.
- Move through farmer’s countryside to Grampians National Park.
- Night stop in Halls Gap (3 day tour). Wildlife in Halls Gap at night.
- Mackenzie falls. Scenic views. Two easy walks. One average walk down to the falls.
- Balconies. Jaws of death. Easy walk. Scenic views on the Grampians. Lake Wartook.
- Wonderland walk. Average. Scenic views. Canyon with large rocks.
- Boroka lookout. Scenic views on Halls Gap and Grampians National Park.
- Bambruk – the aboriginal place. The National and Cultural Centre.
- Visit Halls Gap Zoo. Wildlife tour. The largest regional zoo in Victoria. 160 species of native and exotic animals.
- Move to Ballarat. The second largest inland city in Victoria. Sovereign Hill. Museum of Gold Rush. An open-air historical park located in an early gold diggings area. Provides a schedule of what you can see and do there. To spend 2-4 hours in the place.
- Ballarat Wildlife Park (optional). Australian native animals. Crocodile feeding.