Summary of The Day: There are no planned activities during the day, so check into the hotel and explore the city. If you arrive early enough, you'll have time to head into the city take in the 'cultural capital of Australia.'
Please try to arrive before 7pm for an important group welcome meeting where you can meet the Chief Experience Officer (CEO) and the other group members.
Summary of The Day: We'll depart early morning for the journey to Port Campbell and travel past world-famous surf beaches along the Great Ocean Road. Check out the famous surf towns of Torquay, Bells Beach and Lorne en route. Our first stop will be at the Great Otway NP for an included rainforest walk. Stroll sandy beaches and hike along the rugged coastline, take photos from rock platforms, and head north to see forests, green gullies, pristine lakes and gushing waterfalls.
Then we'll see the picturesque 12 Apostles. Now with only eight formations still standing, these iconic attractions were once limestone caves which eroded to become arches and eventually stacks up to 45m (147 ft) in height. Afterwards we'll continue along the Great Ocean Road to the beautiful Loch Ard Gorge which shows the process of erosion in action. See offshore stacks and blowholes, and watch short tailed shear waters soar over the nearby island. This location is a perfect backdrop for a group photo. Get snapping!
We'll arrive in the evening at our overnight accommodations in Port Campbell
Summary of The Day: Today we'll travel inland to Grampians National Park, known for its sandstone mountain range and impressive rock art. We'll visit more attractions of the Great Ocean Road including the London Arch, formerly the London Bridge after its breaking in 1990. This brief stop on the Great Ocean Road showcases the art of nature -- the erosion of limestone and the beautiful rock formations it creates.
Then we'll enter Tower Hill State Game Reserve for a chance to see animals endemic to Australia such as koalas, emus, and kangaroos. Here we'll also learn more about this large volcanic crater and wetland and the role it plays in Aboriginal history. Set off on one of the self-guided walking paths, then visit the Worn Gundidj Centre to see cultural displays and crafts.
Afterwards we'll have the chance to visit an Aboriginal Cultural Centre to learn about the significance of the area to the indigenous people and end the day with an evening walk in the Grampians National Park.
We'll stop in Halls Gap for our overnight accommodations.
Summary of The Day: We'll have an early start today to explore more of Grampians NP. We'll along a dirt track past lookouts, sandstone ridges and other various rock formations. Be rewarded with sweeping views of the natural landscape of low mountains and cliffs.
Then we'll set off from the Reed Lookout overlooking Victoria Valley, and enjoy a short walk with beautiful scenery to the Balconies, formerly called the Jaws of Death. Check out the gorgeous view, but be careful not to lean too far over the edge!
Afterwards we'll head to Mackenzie Falls, the only waterway in the region that flows year-round and it is also the most visited waterfall in the Grampians; take a short walk and check out the falls out from a viewing platform. In Spring, see wonderful wildflowers in bloom along the path.
We'll continue onto the country town of Mount Gambier where we'll stay at a refurbished old English prison for the night. While here, take a self-guided tour around this historic site.
Summary of The Day: From Mount Gambier we'll head to the Blue Lake for a stop before arriving at Coorong National Park. This park is stunning because of its dune systems, lagoons, coastal vegetation and variety of bird life. Then we'll on to Adelaide, where the tour ends upon arrival (estimated arrival time around 8:00pm).
* Age requirement: 18-39 years old.|
* Double occupancy price applies when two people stay in one standard hotel room.
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