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Mornington Peninsula & Great Ocean Road 2 Days Fully Guided Tour

Geelong Waterfront

Arthur Seat Summit

Split Point Lighthouse

Dolphins seen from Searoad Ferry

Otway Fly Treetop Walk

Koala near Otway National Park

Galaxy over Apollo Bay

12 Apostles seen from helicopter

Loch Ard Gorge

The Arch

The Grotto

Tour Highlights:

• 4 Star Hotel Accomadation
• Pure Peninsula Honey
• Arthur Seat
• Searoad Ferry
• Queenscliff Harbour
• Geelong
• Aireys Inlet - Split Point Lighthouse
• Great Ocean Road
• Memorial Archway
• Apollos Bay
• The Great Otway National Park
• Otway Fly Treetop Walk
• Limestone Coast
• Gibsons Steps
• 12 Apostles
• The Grotto
• London Bridge
• The Arch
• Loch Ard Gorge


• One Night 4 Star Hotel Accommodation
• Coach Transportation
• Professional Tour Guide
• Admissions Fee (AU$25)
• Searoad Ferry Ticket (AU$11)


• Tipping & Meals
• Travel Insurance

Arrival Dates:

Departure Every Wednesday, Sunday

New Release Special From

per person

Was $319*


This tour requires a minimum of 8 passengers to guarantee a run.


Tour Attractions

Pure Peninsula Honey
Start form 2 feral beehives, with passion as a foundation plus a vast depth knowledge and experience. Pure Peninsula Honey is one of the well-known Bee Farm in Mornington Peninsula. Apart from the main product – Honey, Pure Peninsula Honey also make honey related products such as lip balms, candles, moisturiser and soap.

Arthur Seat
Rising above the Mornington Peninsula, Arthurs Seat is the most familiar of all Port Phillip Bay landscape features. Its gives spectacular views of the bay and Port Phillip Heads. On a clear day the view extends as far as the city skyline.

Sorrento is a popular tourist destination on the Mornington Peninsula, nestled between Portsea and Blairgowrie. Sorrento Historic Park, features European trees, colourful garden beds, extensive lawns, BBQ facilities, a rotunda, children's playground and walking tracks. Scenic views of Policemans Point, the surrounding beaches and across the bay can be enjoyed from the park which extends to the cliff tops.

Searoad Ferry
The spectacular 40-minute trip on the Queenscliff Sorrento Ferry Service links Melbourne’s most magnificent coastal regions. Departing from Sorrento, you’ll have a perfect view of multi-million dollar mansions sitting atop cliffs, tiny coves filled with boats, the beautiful foreshore and old limestone buildings.

Queenscliff Harbour
Queenscliff is restrained and elegant, with beautifully preserved Victorian hotels, guesthouses and old churches. The newly constructed Queenscliff Harbour offers great opportunities to enjoy good food, shopping and watch the boats cruise past.

Geelong is the second most populated area in Victoria, located 75 kilometers south-west of Melbourne. During the gold rush Geelong experienced a brief boom as the main port to the rich goldfields of the Ballarat district. The city then diversified into manufacturing and during the 1860s it became one of the largest manufacturing centers in Australia with its wool mills, rope works, and paper mills.

Great Ocean Road Memorial Archway
Built as a tribute to the soldiers from the First World War who were engaged in the construction of the Great Ocean Road, the memorial arch provides a great photographic opportunity for travellers entering Lorne.

Apollo Bay
Stop into the beautiful seaside village of Apollo Bay located at the foothills of the mighty Otways. Hit the waters of the southern ocean or enjoy the fresh seafood caught by local fishermen.

The Great Otway National Park
The Great Otway National Park stretches from Torquay through to Princetown and up through the Otways hinterland towards Colac. The park features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms and windswept heathland. In the north, the park features tall forests, ferny gullies, magnificent waterfalls and tranquil lakes.

Limestone Coast
Created by constant erosion of the limestone cliffs of the mainland beginning 10-20 million years ago, the stormy Southern Ocean and blasting winds gradually eroded the softer limestone, forming caves in the cliffs. The caves eventually became arches and when they collapsed rock stacks were left isolated from the shore. Amongst them all are the renowned;

The Treetop Walk
the longest and tallest elevated walk of its kind in the world. At 600 metres long and 30 metres above ground level. A 45 metre high lookout is ascended via a spiral stairway through the under story to emerge amongst the crowns of the giants of the forest, whilst the springboard cantilever bounces precariously high over picturesque Young's Creek

Nothing compares to gazing up at night and seeing the lights of distant galaxies light up the sky. On clear nights you will be overwhelmed by the dark, vast uninterrupted view of the sky.

Glow Worm* Optional at A$25.00/person
At night drive to the Otways national park to see hundreds of tiny pinpricks of light gleaming and twinkling in the dark forest creating a magical effect. The grow worms live in damp, dark places throughout the Otways, such as the soil banks overhanging ledges in Melba Gully.

The Grotto
Step down to this geological formation created when sinkholes in the limestone cliffs met with a receding cliff line. Feel the eeriness of the still, clear water of the Grotto in contrast to the ocean.

London Bridge
Originally a natural archway and tunnel in an offshore rock formation, however, it collapsed in 1990 and became a bridge without a middle.

The Arch
See this natural rock formation formed through erosion, at its best during rough seas when the waves crash in and around the arch. Take in an excellent view back towards the 12 Apostles.

Gibsons Steps
Take 86 steps down to the beach below to be dwarfed by the 70-metre high vertical cliff line. Walk along the beach to the enormous offshore rock stacks – Gog and MaGog.

12 Apostles
One of the most well-known highlights of the Great Ocean Road is The Twelve Apostles. Situated in the Port Campbell National Park, the massive limestone structures that tower 45 metres above the tempestuous Southern Ocean, leave its visitors awe-struck in wonder at their size and beauty. Behind the eight remaining stacks (five have fallen since their discovery) are majestic cliffs, around 70 metres high. Stop and visit the Twelve Apostles Centre before taking the walk to view the amazing Twelve Apostles coastline. The Centre offers insightful cultural heritage stories, shelter and toilets.

Loch Ard Gorge
Stand on top of the cliff and you'll be amazed at the sheer size of the cliffs and the narrow opening out to sea at the Loch Ard Gorge. In rough weather the crashing waves put on quite a show.

Terms and Conditions
The above price is based on twin share accommodation and departs from Melbourne. Full payment is required upon booking. Surcharge for single supplement is $50 per night per person. Child (Aged 2-11 yrs) $199(in existing bedding) Note: Additional 2% surcharge applies to all payment with Mastercard, Union Pay and Visa, 3,5% surcharge for Amex and Diners. Prices do not include meals, travel insurance, personal expenses and tips. Tipping $5/day; $10/person for two days. There is no refund for cancellation once the booking has been confirmed. Postponement of the trip and no show will be treated as cancellations. Extragreen accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to personal belongings or luggage or for any injury or loss of any type whilst on tour. Extragreen Holidays reserves the right to cancel or alter the tour prior to or after the date of departure and the right to adjust/ alter the schedule of the tour. Other conditions apply, please refer to our travel consultants. We highly recommend the purchase of a valid travel insurance before departure. The above prices are correct at time of printing and subject to change without further notice. Please refer to our travel consultants for further details.