Day 1 - Great Ocean Road (L):
Surf Beach - See the famous surfing beaches on the Surf Coast and get some sand between your toes.
Rugged Coastal Views - Twist and turn along the Great Ocean road, with breathtaking views of the ocean and legendary drives.
Historic Memorial Arch - Commemorating the workers who built the road by stopping for a photo.
Seaside Towns - Feel the vibe of quaint small coastal towns.
Kennett River - Spot wild Koalas, Kookaburras, Parrots and Lorikeets in the eucalyptus trees.
Lunch - Enjoy a picnic lunch in Apollo Bay
Rainforest - Embark on a guided bushwalk in ancient Otway Rainforest with some special flora and fauna.
Twelve Apostles - View the magnificent 12 Apostles from multiple vantage points.
Loch Ard Gorge - See the towering limestone cliffs as you step down onto the beach below.
Overnight stay in Warrnambool
Day 2 - Warrnambool & Grampians National Park (B, D):
Warrnambool Clifftop Coastal Walk - Look for seals as you embark on a relaxed walk along the coastline.
Whale Watching - From Logans Beach as they migrate the Southern Coast of Australia (Jun to Sep).
Tower Hill National Park - Victoria’s first 30,000 year old extinct volcano. Land of the local Koroitgundidj people home to an abundant of wildlife, such as Koalas, Emus, Kangaroos, Magpie Geese, Echidnas and waterbirds.
Mount Rouse - Take a walk to the very top of this extinct volcano and enjoy spectacular views of lava fields.
Halls Gap - Arrive to Halls Gap for lunch at one of their cafes or restaurants. Try a classic Aussie pie or a traditional gellati.
Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre - Learn the history and culture of Jardwadjali and Djab Wurring Aboriginal tribes.
The Pinnacle - Explore the massive sandstone outcrops and eucalypt covered slopes with a 2 hour long hike to the Wonderland Range of the Grampians and Wimmera plains. Sturdy hiking shoes recommended.
Aussie BBQ - Help to cook a true blue Aussie BBQ dinner in the Grampians.
Overnight stay in Grampians
Day 3 - The Grampians National Park (B):
Tour the Grampians - Home to the Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas, Emus, Birds, Echidnas and many other Australian creatures and plant life.
MacKenzie Falls - Embark on a walk to the base of the beautiful McKenzie Falls to cool off.
Boroka Lookout - See the most scenic view of the Grampians as you gaze over Halls Gap and Lake Lonsdale.
‘Jaws of Death’ - A gentle walk through a stringy bark forrest before stepping out to view the geological wonder known as the Balconies or the Jaws of Death.
Adelaide - Make the journey on to your next adventure in Adelaide.
*At times a public coach transfer may be used for pax going through to Adelaide.