12 Apostles – Great Ocean Road Tour

Private Tours From Melbourne to Great Ocean Road

A private tour of the Great Ocean Road will normally go for about 10-12 hours and there will be few stops on the way to the final destination the 12 apostles in Princetown.
Driving from Melbourne, you will experience the thrill of driving through the coastline going past beautiful beaches on one side and the cliffs on the other.
Your private tour can be organised for 2-11 passengers as we have the range if luxury cars and comfortable people mover vans. Stop wherever you like or let the driver choose the best options for you.

Book your private tour of the Twelve Apostles

A visit to Australia is never complete without a tour of the Twelve Apostles. The Ocean's tides created these gigantic pillar like statues and they are also eroding them day by day. Make sure you get your camera ready and head down the Great Ocean Road in one of our tours to witness these wonders before mother nature makes them extinct.
Private 12 Apostles and Great Ocean Road Tour

Travel through the Otway Forest Park

The world's biggest Eucalyptus trees and other natural vegetation covers thousands of acres of land form the Otway Forest Park. Enjoy a forest walk in the bush tracks and explore the natural beauty while your driver gives you an amazing guided tour. These forests are home to home to some native birds, kangaroos and koalas so make sure your camera is ready to capture some unforgettable moments.

Surfing lovers Destination

Along the Great Ocean Road we go past many towns which have their tourist attractions to offer. Torquay and Bells Beach are renowned for their surf beach and cater for thousands of tourists every year. The brilliant views of the Great Ocean Road can be first seen from these towns. Driving along he coast we come to Anglesea which has a very beautiful beach and surf coast walks. Next along the beach is Aireys Inlet where you can again see a lot of surfers on the famous Fairhaven Beach.

Lunch at Lorne or Apollo Bay

The tour is never complete without stopping at Lorne, a town very famous for its shops on the Mountjoy Parade. Teddy's lookout offers great views of the St George River and the ocean. Lorne is also the home of Angahook Lorne State Park and Erskine Falls.
Moving on to Apollo Bay where we come across the Great Otway National Park. After exploring these beautiful towns it's great to have a bite as you will now be ready for lunch.