Drive the spectacular Great Ocean Road along a rugged coastline,
passing the renowned Twelve Apostles rock stacks and native
wildlife such as kangaroos and echidnas.
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Arrive and make your way to the Crown Promenade hotel for 2
nights. Next day at leisure or take an optional excursion of the city or
surrounding areas. (N)
Collect your hire car. Join the Great Ocean Road west to Apollo Bay, a
scenic little fishing port set in the picturesque foothills of the Otway
Ranges. It offers a range of restaurants and cafes, art galleries, a seaside
golf course, and interesting museums. Stay 2 nights at Captain’s at the
Bay. Following day at leisure. Optional excursions include a canopy walk
in the Otway Ranges or a scenic flight over the Twelve Apostles. (N)
Continue west along the Shipwreck Coast through Port Campbell
National Park, home to the Twelve Apostles. Arrive into Port Fairy, a
charming old fishing village characterised by quaint buildings and
wide-open streets. Stay 2 nights at Oscars Waterfront Boutique Hotel,
which has an enviable position on Moyne river overlooking the marina of
yachts in Port Fairy harbour. (B)
In the morning, drive west into the state borders of South Australia and
Victoria. Arrive into the small town of Penola, from where you can visit a
number of excellent small wineries in the Coonawarra wine region. Stay
1 night at Merlot & Verdelho Townhouses in Penola. (B)
Continue along the Limestone Coast to Adelaide, where you will return
your hire car. Stay 2 nights at the Majestic Roof Garden Hotel. Depart
the next day. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
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