Great Ocean Road Escape

Self-Drive Tour 2 Days / 1 Nights
Tour Map
  • 352.0 mi = 563.2 km
  • Summer, Spring, Fall
  • 60.0 - 85.0°F = 15.6 - 29.4°C

Travelling from EagleRider Melbourne and out along Victoria’s south west coast allows you to travel some of the most scenic areas of Victoria and Australia and begin what will be a terrific weekend away. The final destination is historic Port Campbell in South Western Victoria. This route takes you on the most famous road in Australia, the Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road has something for everyone. Pristine beaches, rain forests, beautiful towns such as Torquay and Lorne and of course the famous 12 Apostles. To top it off the Great Ocean Road is one of the best motorcycling roads in Australia. We have done all the hard work for you. We have picked out the best roads, documented the best places to stop, pre-programmed the GPS, and booked the accommodation for you. All you need to do is book the bike with EagleRider Melbourne and ride.

Tour Itinerary

This morning you pick up your bike at EagleRider Melbourne in Mitcham and begin what will be a terrific weekend away. The final destination is historic Port Campbell at the end of the Victorian section of the Great Ocean Road. Following our guided route you will travel out of town heading to Torquay. From here you head to the Great Ocean Road proper and through the coastal towns of Lorne and Apollo Bay. The Great Ocean Road is acknowledged as the best driving roads in Australia. You will enjoy both the ride and the scenery. After passing through Lorne the scenery changes as you travel along the edge of the coast on your right and the forests of the Otway's on your left. Follow the Great Ocean Road Apollo Bay to Port Campbell and your accommodation.
After spending the night at Port Campbell, we recommend that you take a slightly different route on the way home. Our suggested route will allow you to visit Colac, Winchelsea and Geelong before heading back to town. This route offers excellent motorcycling roads and spectacular scenery through the forests of the Otway's. There are a number of stops in the Otway's that will make this trip worthwhile.
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