2 Day Melbourne to Adelaide Tour | Victoia Coastal Tour

Departs Mon, Fri (Nov-Mar)
Departs Mon (all year round)

Embark on an unforgettable journey with the 2-Day Melbourne to Adelaide Tour, where you’ll be captivated by the breathtaking sights that await you along the way. Unveil the breathtaking Shipwreck Coast, awe-inspiring mountain ranges, and vibrant bushland bursting with wildlife and ancient Aboriginal tales, all nestled between the lively cities of Melbourne and Adelaide. Join us to explore the southwest and uncover hidden treasures. Instead of flying directly, why would you want to miss all of this?


  • The world-famousTwelve Apostles
  • One can visit Loch Ard Gorge and the Shipwreck Coast.
  • Bushwalk through the Otway’s Rainforest
  • Koala and wildlife spotting
  • The Surf Coast offers beautiful beaches, charming seaside towns, and breathtaking coastal views.
  • HistoricGreat Ocean RoadMemorial Arch
  • Overnight incalls Gap
  • There are bushwalks available in the Grampians / Gariwerd National Park.
  • You can hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls.
  • Boroka LookoutorLake Bellfield
  • Aussie Wildlifeguaranteed

Pricing options

The tour with hostel dorm accommodation costs $395 per person.

Age Restrictions. 18+

Customers can purchase upgrades for private double, twin, or single ensuite rooms through our business partner Autopia Tours, subject to availability when booking.

Pickup times and locations.

Be a punctuality pro and arrive at your pickup location 10 minutes before the adventure begins! Don’t stress if your bus is late! Call us at 03 9393 1300 if it’s a no-show after 10 minutes of the scheduled departure time.

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Welcome to the majestic Mornington Peninsula, an enchanting destination where nature’s bountiful beauty and gourmet pleasures coalesce to provide an unforgettable experience. Here, you’re greeted with awe-inspiring landscapes, panoramic vineyards stretching as far as the eye can see, and an eclectic range of culinary delights that promise to tease and tantalize your taste buds.

The Mornington Peninsula isn’t just a location; it’s a canvas painted with vibrant colors of natural splendor and artistic gastronomy. Every corner you turn, every path you tread, unravels a new chapter of beauty and surprise, ready to captivate your senses and etch an indelible mark on your memory.

Day 1

The Great Ocean Road

  • At Surf Beach, you can observe surfers at a famous Australian beach.
  • Enjoy a walk on the beach and feel the sand beneath your feet.
  • The Historic Memorial Arch provides a beautiful opportunity for photography.
  • Experience the atmosphere of small coastal towns.
  • Wayoutback viewing allows observing wild koalas, kookaburras, parrots, and lorikeets.
  • During the lunch break, take advantage of your free time to find a place to eat in Apollo Bay.
  • The guided bushwalk in the ancient Otway’s Rainforest provides an opportunity to explore the rainforest.
  • Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Twelve Apostles.
  • At Loch Ard Gorge, visitors can experience being surrounded by impressive limestone cliffs.
  • Halls Gap offers the opportunity for night-time kangaroo spotting.
  • Stay overnight in the Grampians at Neds Other Beds.

Day 2

We visited the Grampians National Park on the second day

  • Grampians National Park is home to a diverse range of Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, emus, and echidnas. The park offers wildlife viewing, waterfall exploration, and scenic walks. Visitors may observe kangaroos grazing and corellas flying above.
  • Take a hike on an Australian bush track to enjoy stunning views.
  • Experience the beauty of Halls Gap, located at the heart of the Grampians.
  • Reed’s Lookout, or Lake Bellfield, is a nearby walking and picnicking destination where you can enjoy the fresh mountain air. It’s conveniently located just a short drive from Hall’s Gap.
  • Embark on a delightful stroll to the stunning MacKenzie Falls or Silverband Falls and immerse yourself in nature’s breathtaking beauty.
  • The Jaws of Death is an exhilarating experience.
  • There is a connecting coach journey from Horsham to Adelaide.
  • The end location for the Adelaide trip is the Adelaide Central Bus Station, which is at approximately 7 pm. You can connect with an Uber or Taxi to reach your accommodation.

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