Great Ocean Road Eco-Tour from Melbourne

Drive along the spectacular Great Ocean Road on a day trip from Melbourne. Aboard a comfortable minivan, this personalized, small-group tour takes you along the Great Ocean Road that winds its way along the coast to Kennett River, where you're sure to spot koalas in their natural habitat. Your tour will then head to the Otway Ranges where you will have the opportunity to wander through the rainforest at Maits Rest.


  • Performed in French, English
  • Instant confirmation
  • Treat yourself to a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Fully commented visit
  • Small group minibus tour
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • All entrance fees included
  • Commentary recorded on headphones

Famous Port Campbell National Park is your next stop on this small-group Great Ocean Road tour, with its series of open-sea rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles. You can take the helicopter to discover the marvelous marine coast from the air.

The Great Ocean Road small-group eco-tour continues along the Shipwreck Coast to Loch Ard Gorge, site of many shipwrecks. The gorge is named after Loch Ard which sank in 1878, sparing only two human lives. The final destination of the Great Ocean Road excursion is London Bridge. Your return journey includes a stop for dinner and spectacular views of Melbourne's lights at night from the West Gate Bridge at the end of your long day.

This unique small-group tour is part of the eco-tourism organization Eco Tourism Australia which runs Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island tours led by an expert guide.

Winner of the Australian Tourism Award – Best Tourism and Transport Operator

Detailed schedule

Starting point :
Tour departs from most Melbourne hotels

Departure time :

  • 07 00 pm

Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.

Return details:
Return to the starting point around 21:30 p.m.

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