Enjoy savings on two of Melbourne's most popular tours — the Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island penguin parade — when booking this combination package. Spend one full day taking in the highlights and spectacular scenery of the Great Ocean Road, including the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge. On another day of your choice, head to Phillip Island to watch the nightly parade of little penguins, in addition to stops at Koala Conservation Centre and Churchill Island Farm.
Combination package of Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Penguin Parade tours
Book one package for great savings on two popular full-day tours from Melbourne
Travel along the Great Ocean Road to experience Victoria’s scenic coast
Stop at the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell on the Great Ocean Road tour
See native Australian wildlife including koalas and little penguins on the Phillip Island tour
As a solo traveler, I am always a bit hesitant to join larger group tours, but this combo was amazing! It was the perfect combination of sites and activities that made me feel like I was getting to know the Melbourne region. The timing of each stop and the advice given for how to spend your time was spot on, and I would definitely recommend this experience to others! The tour guides are knowledgeable and kind, and the bus ride was comfortable and scenic. Don't hesitate!
The package tour on great ocean road and Phillip island was great and amazing! The commentary by the driver made the trip insightful and there were many stops along the way to keep our cameras and eyes occupied!
The tours were okay, because they took us to the promised places, which were wonderful. However, the time in each place was not at all proportionate to the beauty of the places. For example, we had plenty of time on a farm and not enough with the pinguins or the gorgeous beaches of the ocean road
We were lucky to get grayline for our combo trip. We get a big double decker bus with wifi on our Great Ocean Road. We covered most of the area. As for Philip island, it was a normal tour bus with no wifi. Overall, the trip was worth it and it was cheaper than booking direct with grayline.