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Great Ocean Road Day Trip With Bunyip Tours


Enjoy the ultimate Australian road trip with this Great Ocean Road day trip along from Melbourne with the crew of Bunyip Tours

The Great Ocean Road is one of the best coastal drives on the planet and if you’re looking to discover everything is has to offer this Great Ocean Road day trip from Melbourne with the crew of Bunyip Tours is the perfect addition to your Australia travel plans!

En route from Melbourne you’ll stop at spots like Torquay (the birth places of surf brands Quicksilver and Ripcurl), the world famous surf break of Bells Beach, the picturesque beach towns of Lorne and Apollo Bay as well as checking out Cape Otway Lighthouse – which is an amazing place to spot wild koalas!

And of course the highlight is always the famous 12 Apostles! Wander down the Gibson steps and carve at this incredible coastline, grab some awesome pictures from the lookout points and chill out in Lord Ard Gorge.

Then cruise back to Melbourne through the incredible Otway rainforest – the perfect end to a day filled with road trip adventure and amazing natural beauty!

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5.00 based on 1 review
January 18, 2018

Thanks Bunyip for a great trip along the Great Ocean Road.
Clinton was a brilliant guide with a good sense of humor and great tunes.
Bring your swimmers and take a dip in Loch Ard Gorge.
Beautiful view all the way.
See some Koalas in the Otway Rainforest and meet some new friends (parrots and cockatoos) at Kennett River

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