Join a small group adventure and drive from Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide
Set off on a short but sweet road trip from Melbourne to Adelaide and get a taste of southern Australia's rugged natural beauty. Stop by the world-class surf break of Bells Beach, spot wild koalas at Kennett River and be captivated by each twist and turn of the Great Ocean Road. Soak up the dramatic horizon rendered by the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge, learn about local Aboriginal history in the Grampians National Park and hike out to some attractive waterfalls before finishing up in the quaintly charming city of Adelaide.
Bring a friend on these Northern Territory adventures and for a limited time if you book one spot, we'll throw in one for free! Solo travel your style? No problem. You'll get 30% OFF.*Terms & Conditions
Travel along the Great Ocean Road
Stop at spectacular Loch Ard Gorge
Witness the Twelve Apostles near Port Cambell
Go hiking in the Grampians National Park
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our Great Ocean Road Adventure ex Melbourne (Basix) trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
1.This trip starts in Melbourne at approximately 6am and finishes in central Adelaide at approximately 7pm on day three. Onward travel must be booked the following day.
2.This trip is also available as an Original style trip (twin share accommodation) See code PAMA-O.
3.This trip also runs in reverse as a 2 day tour, see code PAAM-B.
Our Great Ocean Road Adventure ex Melbourne (Basix) trips score an average of 4.38 out of 5 based on 8 reviews in the last year.
Buy a fly hat and watch out for the friendly kangaroos at Wilpena Pound.
Review submitted 23 Apr 2018
Saw the most incredible things on this trip - really felt we got to experience Australia in a way that not many people get to see. Our guide was incredible, a source of so much information, fun, and everything organised to perfection. Would highly recommend to anyone who likes an adventure and wants to experience outback Australia! Highlights of the trip were sunrise at Uluru and camping in 'swags' under the stars. The scenery on the hikes was breathtaking, and the towns we visited along the way like another world. Couldn't recommend it higher.
Review submitted 21 Feb 2018