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This was my 4th visit to the great ocean road. I have caught a 1 day big bus, a small minibus, self driven and taken a private tour. So let me be the voice of experience here.
Firstly, don’t try and visit the road in...More
This is, BY FAR, the most amazing road in Australia and probably one of the finest in the entire world.
It takes apx. a day to drive through the beautiful bush scenery on one side, and the magnificent deep blue ocean on the other side....More
We did the Great Ocean Road on Friday October 12, 2018 and completed it in reverse to avoid the crowds. The day prior we had flown in from Sydney to Melbourne, picked up the rental car and then drove directly to Port Campbell via the...More
Wat een geweldige ervaring zodra de Ocean Road daadwerkelijk begonnen is!
De twaalf apostelen, the Gorge, Martyrs, the Arch, London Bridge and very special and most wonderful Lord Ard! You can make a little trip or make Some longer walks/trails.
See the sunlight shine on...More
Having heard a lot about the Great Ocean Road we decided to explore it ourself, upon arriving in Melbourne from Sydney a day before.
After skipping Torquay and making a brief stop at Anglesea Info Center to get info, stretch legs and replenish supplies we...More
Personally, after staying a night in Port Campbell, I'd take a detour to explore Port Fairy before going to Halls Gap and staying for 3 nights there since you'll be mainly exploring the Grampians. Then I'd take the inland... More
Personally, after staying a night in Port Campbell, I'd take a detour to explore Port Fairy before going to Halls Gap and staying for 3 nights there since you'll be mainly exploring the Grampians. Then I'd take the inland route back to Melbourne since its shorter and for a change of scenery. In Melbourne, you may not need the car since buses, trains and trams are pretty cheap and efficient. That's what I used in Melbourne. We didn't rent a car in Melbourne for the GOR trip as we used a friend's car. However, I rented a car from Apex Car Rentals in Tasmania and they gave me a fairly new car at a cheap rate. For accomodation, try Agoda, Booking or Airbnb. I believe rooms are still available for October.
Good luck and have a safe and enjoyable trip. Cheers!