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The delightful Great Ocean Road tour is packed with natural wonders, spectacular views and some incredible locations in Australia. The tour is specifically designed for a smaller group of 10-13 people and is perfectly suited to match every traveller’s needs. Start Fresh One of the benefits of opting for an afternoon tour is that you can catch up on some much-needed sleep in the morning and still enjoy a day of sightseeing. Rather than waking up really early and feeling drowsy all through the tour, you can relax during dawn and be fresh and energised to soak in the beauty of the Great Ocean Road. Look Around The Great Ocean Road is undoubtedly one of the most scenic drives in Australia as it offers two unbelievable sights on both sides of the road. On one side, you can see the foamy bright blue shoreline as the white-sand beaches stretch as ...
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The Great Ocean Road is more than just a picturesque drive. For wildlife enthusiasts, this stretch offers a plethora of opportunities to mingle with the unique ecosystem of this region. Considered among the best wildlife destinations in the world, make the most of your time here to get up close and personal with Australia’s native wildlife.   Koalas at Kennet River and Cape Otway It is not everyday that you get a chance to see these incredibly adorable creatures. One of the best places to go see them in their natural habitat is by visiting Kennett River, a small settlement right by Lorne. While you drive along the Grey River Road you are almost guaranteed a chance to see a few koalas sitting on gum trees. You may also be able to spot a few koalas around Cape Otway.   Wallabies, Kangaroos and Other Native Birds Head to one of ...
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Surfing on the Great Ocean Road Surfing on the Great Ocean Road is a dream come true for any surfing enthusiast. Whether you are a professional surfer or less-experienced, there’s something for everyone. You can have an exhilarating experience at the surf beaches at any time of the year. The best time to visit this place is from March to May, the autumn months and June to August, the winter months. But, the summer season from mid-December to mid-January is the most popular season due to the school holidays. Here are some of the must-visit surf beaches on the Great Ocean Road: Bells Beach – Want to experience competitive surfing at its best? The Bells Beach at Torquay is where all the action happens. It is home to Australia’s oldest and most professional surf competition. The famous Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition that is held here over the Easter weekend ...
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The Picturesque Attractions on the Great Ocean Road   Gazing at pristine blues seas from atop a cliff, soaking in the cool waves, enjoying a view of beautiful forests from tree tops - the Great Ocean Road in Melbourne is where you will find scenic beauty in abundance. No wonder the stretch is described as one of the most beautiful drives in the world. Originally built as a war memorial for the martyrs of World War I, the place has gained significance as a tourist destination both locally and internationally. Here are eight places in the Great Ocean Road that should definitely be on your bucket list: Great Otway National Park – The Great Otway National Park is a ‘Green Paradise’. The Otway Ranges boasts of tall trees, ancient plant life and lush green ferns. You can simply gaze at the beauty from a distance or walk across the forests ...
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