1 Day Reverse Great Ocean Road Without the Crowds

    This day tour departs from Melbourne and takes you along the beautiful sights of the Great Ocean Road in reverse. Visit the stunning 12 Apostles, Lord Ard Gorge and Otway National Park, plus much much more. A beautiful day tour from Melbourne for everybody who wants to see these iconic places, and avoid the crowd.

    Travel along one of the world’s most spectacular routes, the Great Ocean Road in reverse. Discover the breathtaking scenery in the ancient rainforest the Great Otway National Park, and visit the world-famous Twelve Apostles. Be exposed to dramatic coastlines, endless sights of beaches, ancient rainforests, and you might get to see some wildlife during the trip.

    All these amazing must-see highlights combined in one tour which we operate in reverse to avoid the crowds will create unforgettable memories for adventurers of all ages!

     

    Great Ocean Road Without the Crowds Reverse [GORR-S]

    Adult( 13 - 99 ) $150
    Child( 4 - 12 ) $120
    Infant( 0 - 2 ) $150
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      Itinerary

      Escape the city by travelling inland direct to the Shipwreck Coast via Colac. Take a journey and experience the Great Ocean Road reverse tour in the opposite direction to the masses, enabling you to escape the crowds and enjoy this famous & picturesque coastline in all its glory.
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      The Great Ocean Road Reverse Tour direction enables our passengers to experience the National Heritage-listed Great Ocean Road in all its glory in the reverse direction. By operating this tour in reverse, we avoid all the normal tourist masses that visit the 12 Apostles, giving our passengers a better opportunity to capture that picture-perfect photograph without the crowds. This Great Ocean Road reverse tour itinerary will visit all the same key destinations and highlights as our standard great ocean road tour, so rest assured you won’t miss a thing.

      Escape the city by traveling inland direct to the Shipwreck Coast via Colac enjoying a complimentary morning tea along the way. Take a journey and experience the Great Ocean Road reverse tour in the opposite direction to the masses, enabling you to escape the crowds and enjoy this famous & picturesque coastline in all it’s glory. Our first major stop will be the breath-taking 12 Apostles and the extraordinary rock formations of Loch Ard Gorge in Port Campbell. Discover Mutton Bird Island & Razorback lookout, both offering amazing views. Then, enjoy a guided walk through Maits Rest or Melba Gully an ancient rainforest admiring some of the world’s tallest trees in the Great Otway National Park.

      We continue our journey along this spectacular National Heritage listed road winding between hillsides, pristine beaches, stunning ocean views and dense rainforest. The Great Ocean Road is famously known as one of the world’s most scenic coastal routes which you will get to enjoy without all the crowds. Our local guides will try to seek out the iconic Australian koala, as this coastal region is heavily populated with these furry creatures hidden within the pockets of Eucalyptus forests.

      Stopping next at the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch, one of the most photographed spots along this rugged coastline. This monument is a tribute to the World War One serviceman who built the Great Ocean Road stretching 243 kilometers and was finally completed in 1932. A great location to grab a group photo under the archway and share with friends on social media. From here, we sit back relax and enjoy the drive back into the dynamic and cosmopolitan city of Melbourne.

      Driving Distance: 530km

      Highlights
      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      FAQs
      • Experience the spectacular 12 Apostles shipwreck coast without the crowds
      • Visit the pristine beach of Loch Ard Gorge in the glory of a mid-morning sun
      • Search for Australian wildlife in its natural habitat
      • Enjoy a guided walk through an ancient rainforest
      • Drive along the famous National Heritage listed Great Ocean Road
      • Eco-conscious and sustainable tour experience

      Essential things to pack

      • Comfortable walking shoes
      • Sunscreen
      • Bottle of water
      • Hat
      • Sunglasses
      • Weather appropriate clothing
      • Camera

      Important Booking Info

      • Please only bring a Small day pack with you on tour (Not suitable for Backpacks/Suitcase/Prams/Wheelchairs/Pushers)
      • At Autopia Tours, we actively promote the protection of flora and fauna on all of our Tours. It is our duty to ensure there is minimal disturbance to our region and the species that call it home.
      • Cultural sensitivity and respect for the traditional owners should also be shown at all times.
      • Part of our responsibility is educating guests on minimal impact practices and the importance of ensuring the safety of wildlife and the environmental sustainability of the destinations we visit.
      • All our guides carry a current Level 2 First Aid certificate. Please report any accident or illness to your tour guide. We recommend anyone with an existing medical condition to carry their medication with them on tour and to notify their tour guide at the beginning of the tour.

      FAQs

      Is this tour family friendly?

      Yes, this tour can cater for children of all ages.

      How much luggage can I bring on tour?

      We allow only small day packs on board. We have no storage facilities for large backpacks, suitcases or other items.

      What time does the tour start?

      7:35am at the Immigration Museum – 400 Flinders St Cnr Market St Melbourne. Please arrive 5-10 mins prior to your nominated pickup location, so as not to delay or miss your tour.

      There are other pick up locations on request. Please see your tour details after confirmation.

      What time does the tour end?

      We aim to be back in Melbourne city centre at approx 8:30pm.

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