If you’re on your way from Melbourne to Adelaide, or just up for a very special adventure, be sure to travel The Great Ocean Road! Why? Because it’s considered one of the most captivating road trip routes in the world…
Great Ocean Road Sights to see
Twelve Apostles Roadside Lookout – colossal stacks of rock with only a few still standing, these giants have a natural beauty. Plus there aren’t 12…
Bay of Islands Coastal Park – an almost untouched oasis of native landscape, the Park recognises and supports its Aboriginal owners. Here you can view a land untarnished by industrialisation which stunning coastal beaches.
Great Otway National Park – for gorgeous Australian rainforest views this is the place to visit. Amongst the dense forest you can find waterfalls sure to make your heart melt
(just look to the right of this paragraph, you’ll know what we mean).
Native Wildlife – see amazing wildlife in the Great Ocean Road region from coastal whale watching and swimming with dolphins to spotting koalas and the elusive platypus. a diverse range of Australian wildlife is
abundant on The Great Ocean Road. One of our customers told us “The Great ocean road was one of the best view I’d ever seen in Australia!” – Sarah.
Things to do
Walks (itineraries available) – The Great Ocean Road boasts many amazing treks and nature walks, including…
Beauty therapy – relaxation spas and body cleansing clinics are scattered along The Great Ocean Road. Among them, the Eulung Day Spa is a real treat focused on returning balance to your mind while providing full body relaxation as well. With views stretching over the Southern Ocean it is the perfect way to unwind.
Jaw dropping eateries – you’ll find some of Australia’s most revered restaurants on this scenic drive. Enjoy sea food cuisine from experienced chefs and a cooking legacy spanning 60+ years at Chris’s restaurant or indulge in sharing a plate with your friends and family at Gladioli. Don’t miss the chance to visit this amazing restaurant.
Travel this route when you drive with Transfercar: Tullamarine to Adelaide Airport relocation (link available until 19th December)