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Sean

Great Ocean Road + Wildlife Searching

Great Ocean Road Australia

Sean

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Description
Nature
One of Australia’s most famous road trips, Great Ocean Road takes travellers past world-class surfing breaks, through pockets of rainforest and calm seaside towns, and under koala-filled tree canopies. It shows off sheer limestone cliffs, dairy farms and heathlands, and gets you up close and personal with the crashing waves of the Southern Ocean.
Besides the popular routes, we'll explore deeper into the less visited areas including ancient forests, to look for local wildlife: kangaroos, koalas, emus, penguins, whales, black wallabies, and various kinds of colourful native birds.

Itinerary:
Leave early in the morning from Melbourne.
Driving along the cliff road by Southern Ocean and passing by surfing beaches, forests, and several charming seaside towns such as Torquay, Anglesea (opt to visit Anglesea Golf Club to see wild kangaroos - their frequent visitors), Lorne, all with incredible natural beauty.
Depend on the schedule of the day, opt to stop in Apollo Bay for lunch.
Then Continue driving along the coastline before passing through the winding road inside Great Otway National Park; opt to take an Otway treetop walk in the giant rainforest and look for wild koalas.
Then continue heading west into Port Campbell National Park for the highlight of the day: Twelve Apostles, a truly spectacular sight and the most iconic sight along Great Ocean Road; Gibson Steps, 86 hacked steps on the cliff lead to the wild beach and ocean; and explore Loch Ard Gorge: with caves, rugged beach and huge waves hidden in the gorge.
Opt to end the day by looking for the little penguins returning ashore after sunset at London Bridge with amazing views.
Back to Melbourne in the evening.
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