Great Ocean Road - Grampians Adventure

Starting at $520.94
Self-Drive Tour 4 Days / 3 Nights
Tour Map
  • 814.0 mi = 1302.4 km
  • Summer, Spring, Fall
  • 69.0 - 90.0°F = 20.6 - 32.2°C

Take a trip along the road voted the best ride in Australia and one of the best in the world. Visit the tourist coastal towns of Lorne and Apollo Bay and see the Twelve Apostles, Gibson's Steps, London Bridge and Perry's Look out. Visit the historic towns of Port Campbell, Port Fairy and beautiful Robe. On the way home you will stop at the re-created historic goldfields town of Sovereign Hill where Australia’s history comes to life! It’s just like stepping back in time - from the hustle and bustle of Main Street where costumed ladies and gents parade their new-found wealth, to the excitement of the Red Hill Gully Diggings where you can pan for real gold and it’s yours to keep!

Great Ocean Road - Grampians Adventure - Tour Itinerary

This morning you pick up your bike at EagleRider Melbourne and begin your journey heading out to the most spectacular road in Australia. Subject to weather you will take a ferry trip across Port Phillip Bay to the town of Queenscliff. From there you head toward the Great Ocean Road travelling through the tourism based towns of Torquay and Apollo bay before spending the night at Port Campbell. In addition to travelling on a road "built" for motorcycles you can stop to take in the views of the "12" Apostles. London Bridge and Perry's Look out.
Today you continue on to travel the second half of the Great Ocean Road. Not many people travel the whole road in one trip but you do so visiting a number of historic towns including Port Fairy and Portland before heading across the South Australia border to Mt Gambier where you visit the Blue Lake. The final leg of the day will take us to further up the coast to the town of Robe where you spend the night.
You now turn around and begin the trip back but rather than go the way you have come, you head inland and travel on country roads and through Hamilton before taking the twists and turns of the tourist road to Halls Gap. Halls Gap is the heart of the Grampians and is surrounded by the Wonderland and Mount William Ranges. It has beautiful valleys, unusual rock formations‚ waterfalls‚ scenic drives and lookouts. The park is one of Victoria's most beautiful natural attractions. Wander around the area taking in the views or watch the kangaroos and wallabies.
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