GREAT OCEAN ROAD
Routing: Adelaide to Melbourne
Duration: 5 Days
From AUD$675.00 per person, based on standard double/twin share accommodation.
Includes: 4 nights’ accommodation, 5 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car, light breakfast in Barossa Valley and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.
From AUD$853.00 per person, based on superior double/twin share accommodation.
Includes: 4 nights’ accommodation, 5 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car, breakfast in Barossa Valley, a light breakfast in Robe, full breakfast in Port Fairy and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.
From AUD$1016.00 per person, based on boutique double/twin share accommodation.
Includes: 4 nights’ accommodation, 5 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car, breakfast in Barossa Valley, full breakfast in Port Fairy and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.
DAY 01: Adelaide to the Barossa Valley (80 km)
Leave Adelaide and head north towards Gawler. From Gawler it is short drive to the picturesque Barossa Valley. The Barossa is a compact region centred round the three main towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston. With over 50 wineries to explore, some favourites include Peter Lehmann, Jacob’s Creek, Rockford Wines and Wolf Blass. There are many gourmet products to sample in the region.
DAY 02: Barossa Valley to Robe (356 km)
Leaving the Barossa Valley today, you will travel through the towns of Mt Pleasant and Murray Bridge to Tailem Bend. Travel along the Coorong National Park skirting Lake Alexandria and Lake Albert. From Kingston, continue on the Southern Ports Highway to Robe, a small town nestled on the edge of Guichen Bay.
DAY 03: Robe to Port Fairy (308 km – or via the Grampians 510 km)
A choice of routes is available. The shorter route will take you via Millicent, and on to Mount Gambier and then along the coast to Portland and then onto Port Fairy. The longer route means a very early start, from Robe travel to Mt Gambier and then through the towns of Hamilton, Coleraine and Casterton and onto Dunkeld. From Dunkeld a scenic drive will take you through the Grampians
National Park and onto Halls Gap. Departing from Dunkeld, travel via Penhurst to reach Port Fairy. Port Fairy is a quaint fishing village with many limestone and bluestone buildings in the town dating back to the 1840’s and classified by the National Trust.
DAY 04: Port Fairy to Apollo Bay (188 km)
This morning depart Port Fairy and travel towards Warrnambool. Continue along the “Shipwreck Coast” and you will come across “London Bridge” – the broken arch, before reaching Port Campbell, a quaint little seaside town. Travelling on past Port Campbell you will first come to Loch Ard Gorge and then a short distance on, the Twelve Apostles, which are huge stone rock formations carved
over time by the waves of this rugged coastline. After Cape Otway rejoin the coastline and the unmatched scenery which is the Great Ocean Road.
DAY 05: Apollo Bay to Melbourne (189 km)
The road from Apollo Bay to Lorne has been described as one of the most beautiful and breathtaking drives in the world. Explore the beautiful Erskine Falls near Lorne before following the coast road through Anglesea to the picturesque town of Torquay, recognised as the surfing capital of Australia.
Your car is booked until tomorrow and should be dropped off at the city or airport, by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1, to avoid any additional charges.
Prices are subject to availability and conditions apply. Valid until 31 March, 2017. For dates after this or if you would like to make any changes, please contact us direct for a quote.