Great Ocean Road and Beyond: Melbourne to Adelaide
Spend four fabulous days on one of the most awe inspiring coastal journeys in the world. If you like the idea of allowing enough time for all the must-see highlights along Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road, then this all-inclusive tour is definitely for you.
There are three distinct sections of the Great Ocean Road – the Surf Coast, the Otway Ranges and the Shipwreck Coast. You will explore them all, learning about their history and discovering their hidden treasures.
You can be as active as you want, with nature walks, swimming and wildlife spotting all part of the programme. Or just relax and enjoy the breathtaking cliff-top views, meeting plenty of local Aussie characters and savouring world class food and wine.
Over the border in South Australia the adventure continues along the Southern Ocean Drive, visiting the extraordinary Blue Lake, world heritage fossil caves, the unspoilt lagoon ecosystem of the Coorong and a ferry crossing of the mighty River Murray.
And Thursday night’s arrival into Adelaide is perfectly timed to link with The Ghan train departure for Alice Springs on Sunday afternoon.
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