This tour include the stunning coastline of the Great Ocean Road and the rugged ranges of the Grampians with a two day exploration of remote Kangaroo Island. Located south west of Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is accessible only by ferry and is as beautiful as it is secluded. Stroll along pristine beaches with curious rock formations and meet the resident seal colony that call this island home.
|Start||Melbourne @ 07.00am|
|Finish||Adelaide @ 10.30 pm|
Great Ocean Road beaches - Take in the breathtaking views as you twist and turn along this iconic road.
Kennet River - Spot wild Koalas, Kookaburras and Parrots in their natural habitat.
Lunch - Enjoy a Picnic lunch in the seaside town of Apollo Bay
Twelve Apostles - View the magnificent 12 Apostles from multiple viewing platforms.
Loch Ard Gorge - Step down onto the beach that has been carved into this beautiful gorge.
Overnight stay in Halls Gap in the heart of the Grampians
Enjoy complimentary breakfast - Enjoy a continental breakfast to the backdrop of Cockatoos, Galahs and grazing Kangaroos.
Grampians National Park - Embark on multiple guided walks in this wildlife wonderland!
Aboriginal Culture - Learn about the local Aboriginal culture and tribes that have called this place home for thousands of years.
Reeds Lookout or Lake Bellfield - Take a walk out for some spectacular views.
McKenzie Falls or Silverband Falls - Step down to the base of this isolated and majestic waterfall.
Overnight stay in Adelaide city centre
Ferry Ride - Meet the bus at Adelaide Central Bus station for a connection via Ferry to Kangaroo Island.
Rob's Shearing and Sheep Dogs - Enjoy a classic Aussie sheep shearing demonstration.
Eucalyptus Distillery - Take a tour of this distillery with a true Aussie flavor!
Seal Bay - Get up close with a ranger to a wild breeding colony of rare Australian Sea-lions.
Little Sahara - Explore the huge white sand dunes of the Little Sahara and test your skills at sand boarding!
Overnight stay and BBQ dinner at Vivonne Bay Lodge - Includes complimentary river kayaking, beach and bush walks
Wildlife Sanctuary - Guided walk to spot wild Koalas and Kangaroos!
Remarkable Rocks - Walk amongst these huge granite boulders synonymous with the Island.
Admirals Arch - See NZ fur seals frolic in the ocean or sun bake on the rocks.
Flinders Chase Visitor Centre - Enjoy a delicious BBQ Lunch while learning about the history of the Island.
Stokes Bay and Ironstone Hill - One of the best beach views on the island with an abundance of wallabies.
Return to Adelaide via the ferry crossing
Dormitory share accommodation,
All park entry fees; friendly
Informative tour guide