Make the most of your time in Melbourne with a Super Saver combo pass. Spend a full day cruising along one of the most magnificent stretches of coastline on Earth with a full-day tour of the Great Ocean Road. Pass through charming seaside towns, famous surfing beaches and the rain forest of Great Otway National Park on your way to the dramatic limestone cliffs of the Twelve Apostles and Loch Ard Gorge.
On a separate day, visit Wilsons Promontory — the oldest national park in Victoria. Soak up the wild beauty of granite cliffs and the famous Squeaky Beach, and spot native Australian wildlife on guided bush walks.
Back in Melbourne, visit either Melbourne Zoo and Melbourne Star Observation Wheel OR Melbourne Aquarium and Eureka Skydeck 88 at any time that suits your schedule. Passes will be distributed on the day of your Great Ocean Road tour and are valid for six months.
See Itinerary below for full tour details. The two day tours must be taken within seven days of each other. Book the great Ocean Road tour first, and then contact the tour operator to schedule your Wilson's Promontory tour.
Great Ocean Road Classic Tour:
Your best of Melbourne experience begins with a classic road trip along the Great Ocean Road, one of the world's most scenic coastal routes. Take in spectacular views as the historic route winds along Victoria's southwest coast, passing long golden beaches, rugged sandstone cliffs and eucalyptus rain forest.
Pass the beach resort villages of Lorne and Apollo Bay, then take in panoramic coastal views from the Cape Otway Lighthouse, and enjoy a traditional Australian lunch. The route also takes you among the soaring eucalyptus trees of the Great Otway rain forest, and to the offshore sandstone stacks called the Twelve Apostles. Hear the tragic tales of the Loch Ard Gorge and discover why this spectacularly wild part of Victoria is known as the Shipwreck Coast.Wilsons Promontory Day Trip:
On another day (within seven days of your Great Ocean Road tour), take a second day trip to discover the untamed wilderness of Victoria's favorite national park at Wilsons Promontory, affectionately known as 'the Prom'. Witness the stunning natural beauty of this coastal park on mainland Australia's southernmost tip, the largest coastal wilderness area in Victoria, and try spotting kangaroos, wombats and other wildlife in this protected paradise.
Visit Squeaky Beach, where the pure white grains of quartz sing under your feet. Or explore the native rain forest, home to emus, wallabies and native birds. With several hours at the Prom, there's plenty of time to take in the park's spectacular coastal scenery on easy-to-moderate guided bush and rain forest walks.Melbourne Attractions Pass:
Get an up close experience with a variety of animals from around the world at the Melbourne Zoo. Throughout your visit, learn how the zoo’s conservation efforts are working to protect endangered species worldwide.
Melbourne Star Observation Wheel:
Take a spin around the Melbourne Star for breathtaking views of Melbourne and surrounds. From a height of almost 400 feet (120 meters), gaze down on urban landmarks as you circle the observation wheel in a comfortable passenger pod.
OPTION 2 Melbourne Aquarium:
See the amazing world of aquatic animals such as sandbar whaler sharks, grey nurse sharks, Port Jackson sharks, king penguins, gentoo penguins, freshwater sawfish, smooth stingrays, green sea turtles and big-bellied seahorses at Australia's largest aquarium.Eureka Skydeck 88:
Enjoy unparalleled views of Melbourne and surrounding regions from the top of the Eureka Tower on the banks of the Yarra River. Take in 360-degree floor-to-ceiling views of Melbourne, equally brilliant by day or with twinkling lights at night.Attraction opening times:
- Melbourne Zoo - 9am to 5pm
- Melbourne Star Observation Wheel - May to August 11am to 7pm and September to April 11am to 10pm
- Melbourne Aquarium - 9:30am to 6pm
- Eureka Skydeck 88: 10am to 10pm