3 Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Tour

The departures are on Thursdays, Sundays from November to March and Sundays throughout the year.

Embark on an unforgettable journey with our 3-Day Great Ocean Road and Grampians Tour, where you’ll uncover hidden treasures along the breathtaking Great Ocean Road that ordinary tourists often miss. You’ll have the chance to visit secret beaches, embark on longer hikes, enjoy stunning mountain views, explore a dormant volcano teeming with wildlife, and indulge in delicious Australian cuisine.


  • Visit the world-famous twelve Apostles
  • Discover Loch Ard Gorge and the Shipwreck Coast.
  • Bushwalk through the Otway Rainforest
  • Koala and wildlife spotting
  • The Surf Coast offers beautiful beaches, charming seaside towns, and breathtaking coastal views.
  • The Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch is a historic landmark.
  • Overnight in Warrnambool
  • Tower Hill National Park
  • Winter is a time for coastal walks and whale spotting.
  • Visit extinct Volcano
  • Overnight incalls Gap
  • Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Centre
  • There are bushwalks available in the Grampians / Gariwerd National Park.
  • You can hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls.
  • Visitors can enjoy the scenic views at Boroka Lookout or Lake Bellfield.
  • Aussie Wildlifeguaranteed

Pricing options

A tour with hostel dorm accommodation costs $565 per person.
Age Restrictions: 18+
A helicopter over the 12 Apostles costs $165.
For an unforgettable experience on private group tours, reach out to our charters team at charters@gltg.com.au and let the adventure begin.
Private room upgrades?
Guests can upgrade to a private double, twin, or single ensuite room through our business partner Autopia Tours. Availability is subject to the time of booking.

Pickup times and locations.

Be a punctual pro! Show up at your designated pickup spot 10 minutes before departure. If your bus is fashionably late, don’t fret! Give our office a ring at 03 9393 1300.

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Tour Inclusions

Day 1

We will explore the Great Ocean Road

Visitors can enjoy renowned surfing beaches on the Surf Coast and experience the sensation of sand beneath their feet.
Enjoy a stroll along a picturesque beach.
Don’t miss the chance to capture a memorable moment at the Historic Memorial Arch, where the iconic Great Ocean Road Sign stands proudly, honouring the incredible workers who made this road a reality.
Experience the ambience of charming coastal towns as you travel through them.
Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Australian wildlife as you marvel at wild Koalas, Kookaburras, Parrots, and Lorikeets gracefully perched among the eucalyptus trees during your nature spotting adventure.
Please take a moment to indulge in a delicious lunch of your choice (at your own expense) in the charming coastal town of Apollo Bay before embarking on an adventure to discover its mesmerising attractions.
Embark on a captivating journey through the mystical Otway Rainforest, where visitors can immerse themselves in the enchanting beauty of its exquisite flora and fauna during an awe-inspiring guided bushwalk.
Visitors can enjoy multiple viewpoints to admire the magnificent Twelve Apostles.
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the towering limestone cliffs that embrace Loch Ard Gorge as you gracefully descend onto the sandy beach below.
Stay overnight in the coastal town of Warrnambool.

Day 2

We will be visiting Warrnambool and Grampians National Park

Warrnambool Clifftop/Coastal walk
Embark on the breathtaking Clifftop Coastal Walk in Warrnambool, where you can witness the graceful seals in all their glory while indulging in a stroll along the mesmerising coastline.
Whale watching can be done at Logans Beach as whales migrate along the Southern Coast of Australia from June to September.
Tower Hill National Park in Victoria
is an extinct volcano that has been around for 30,000 years.
Step into a world where the Koroitgundidj people once roamed and now witness a stunning tapestry of wildlife, including cuddly koalas, graceful emus, hopping kangaroos, majestic magpie geese, spiky echidnas, playful possums, a vibrant array of waterbirds.
Embark on an exhilarating journey to the peak of Mount Rouse, a magnificent dormant volcano, where awe-inspiring vistas of lava fields and picturesque landscapes await your exploration. On a picture-perfect day, behold the breathtaking sight of the majestic ocean stretching south and the magnificent Grampians looming proudly to the north.
When visiting Halls Gap, you can enjoy a variety of dining options at the numerous cafes and restaurants. Be sure to try a classic Aussie pie or a traditional gelati.
Visitors can learn about the history and culture of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurring Aboriginal tribes, while the surrounding gardens provide a peaceful setting to unwind and observe wildlife.
Chautauqua Peak, or The Pinnacle, is a stunning hiking destination that offers breathtaking views of the Grampians and the Wimmera plains. Prepare for an epic adventure! Strap on those sturdy hiking shoes with unbeatable grip, and remember to pack at least 2 litres of water for our exhilarating 2-hour-long hike.
Assist in preparing an authentic Australian BBQ for tonight’s dinner in the Grampians National Park.
Overnight stay in the Grampians

Day 3

We visited the Grampians National Park

Grampians National Park, home to a diverse range of Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, emus, birds, echidnas, and other creatures. The park also boasts abundant plant life and offers opportunities for wildlife spotting, waterfall visits, and walking adventures.
Visitors can enjoy a leisurely walk to the base of MacKenzie Falls and experience the refreshing mist that emanates from the falls.
From Boroka Lookout, visitors can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Grampians, including Halls Gap and Lake Lonsdale.
The Balconies, also known as the Jaws of Death, can be reached by taking a calm stroll through a stringybark forest.
The itinerary may be subject to change.

Tours and Packages

Here are some essential things to know before booking:
1. The tour starts in Melbourne on Day 1 at 7:35 am and ends in Melbourne on Day 3 at 5:30 pm
2. Pack appropriately for the season, as temperatures vary daily and at night.
3. It is highly recommended to have travel insurance before booking.
4. Bring a 1.5L water bottle and comfortable walking shoes for hiking
5. Please only bring a small overnight bag to maximise comfort during the journey.
6. All guests will undergo a temperature check before boarding.
7. Accommodation consists of dormitory-style rooms and shared bathrooms.
8. This fare is for adults aged 18 and over.

What to Bring

Important Notes

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