Book a Great Ocean Road day tour and a Phillip Island Penguin Parade day tour and receive entry into the Eureka Sky Deck 88 and the Melbourne Aquarium for just $14 extra!
Victoria is a small state in Australia packed full of attractions and a diverse multi-cultural melting pot. It showcases all aspects of Australia's unique history, nature and character.
Victoria contains the most famous city of Melbourne. Melbourne is Australia's cultural and sporting capital, a great place to get your first taste of Australia. If you love coffee, theatre, sports and live music then this city of over three million people is right up your street.
From Melbourne there are many one day tours to explore more of Victoria. They are never too far away from Melbourne we have day trips to the Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island to see the Penguins.
Our extended tours leave Melbourne heading into regional Victoria along the Great Ocean Road to the Twelve Apostles rock formations and into the Grampians National Park.
From Melbourne we also have tours all the way to Darwin on our 17 day overland tour, even including a visit to Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley. If you have around two weeks to travel our 10 day Melbourne to Alice Springs tour is popular, as you can take a few days in Melbourne to explore before the tour.
Victoria has a clear four seasons with a lovely hot summer where you can head to the city beach of St Kilda just outside Melbourne town centre. Or to the Mornington Peninsula or Bells beach on our Great Ocean Road tour. It also has a winter, with snow fields not too far away, these can be seen on our 2 day tour Melbourne to Sydney.
Victoria is small and perfectly formed.
Start and finish in Melbourne, Australia, on this day tour to see the famous nightly penguin parade at Phillip Island. You will also visit an animal park to see native animals, a fur seal colony and enjoy lunch.
This one day tour departs and returns to Melbourne, Australia, and takes in the sights along the Great Ocean Road including the famous Twelve Apostles rock formation. One of the best day tours from Melbourne!
Enjoy the breathtaking Great Ocean Road, with the unique experience of seeing the 12 Apostles at Sunset. Be exposed to stretches of uninterrupted beaches, dramatic coastlines, and the lush rainforest. All of this remarkable scenery provides an amazing postcard backdrop for all your memories.
The Yarra Valley is a notable wine growing region and gourmet food producing area with a micro-climate close to Melbourne. Enjoy a day out here visiting wineries with wine tasting, a chocolate factory and cider tasting, with lunch included
Take the adventure of a lifetime on a 1.5 hour cruise of Port Phillip Bay (ex Sorrento) and journey into the bay where with a bit of luck we will see wild bottle nose dolphins and Australian fur seals.
An unbelievable natural experience awaits you at one of Australia’s best kept secrets-Wilsons Promontory National Park. Discover an abundance of wildlife surrounded by spectacular coastlines and outer islands. Enjoy bush walking along amazing tracks & be entertained by Squeaky Beach
This 2 day tour starts and finishes in Melbourne and overnights on the Great Ocean Road after seeing the 12 Apostles rock formation. Travel by ferry across Port Phillip Bay to the Mornington Peninsula and onward to Phillip island for the nightly penguin parade when penguins return from the ocean onto land for the night.
Travel between Australia's largest cities and visit Canberra and the high country region of Victoria. Visit the historic town of Beechworth and stay overnight on a farm.
Experience the magic of Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park and see wombats, koalas, kangaroos, dingoes and much more! Get up close and personal with the friendly residents of Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, learn about the conservation of these amazing animals.
Three days of bush and beach await you on this tour from Melbourne to Adelaide. Travel along the Great Ocean Road to see the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Bay Of Martyrs and London Bridge rock formations on the rugged coast. The coastal scenery is breath-taking and you will stay in a small coastal town before heading inland to stay overnight at Halls Gap where kangaroos abound, near the Grampians National Park. Learn about the local Aboriginal culture in the Grampians at the Brambuk Cultural Centre and do some hikes in the National Park. The tour is fully accommodated for your comfort in all seasons.
This combination of two tours and accommodation in Adelaide starts in Melbourne and finishes in Alice Springs taking you on a journey from the temperate south to the heart of Australia including Uluru (Ayers Rock). Bucket List Inclusions: Great Ocean Road and Sunset at Twelve Apostles, the magic of the Flinders Ranges, stay underground in Coober Pedy, Visit a kangaroo orphanage, Guided hike of Kings Canyon, Sunset, and Sunrise over Uluru.
Cruise along the Great Ocean Road and through the Grampians National Park between Melbourne and Adelaide before seeing the South Australian highlights from Adelaide. Then travel north to Alice Springs and take in the splendor of Uluru (Ayers Rock). Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley are included in this convenient package plus your accommodation between the tours as your journey from Melbourne to Alice Springs.
This tour package is a combination of four individual tours with accommodation between the tours. Start off your adventure with a road trip along the captivating coast of the Great Ocean Road before travelling from bottom to top through the heart of Australia. On this tour package you will experience the Grampians, Flinders Ranges, Coober Pedy, Uluru, Kings Canyon, The Olgas, Kakadu including a private wildlife cruise, Litchfield and Katherine Gorge and, believe it or not, even more along the way.
This is the package for you if you want take in some of the icons of Australia including the Twelve Apostles, Kangaroo island, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park amongst more. Accommodation is included between the 6 tours that combine to make this package.
Tick off bucket list items on this Welcome to Travel. Melbourne arrival tour. Featuring airport pickup, 7n accom, surfing, kangaroos+koalas, city and beach time and your admin needs (bank, tax file number and phone sim), this covers everything you need and want. The best bit? You do it in a group of people just like you! This really is your perfect Australian welcome tour.
Discover why the Great Ocean Road is so great on this three-day adventure tour between Adelaide and Melbourne. Visit Loch Ard Gorge, Bay of Martyrs, and the Twelve Apostles and London Bridge rock formations as well as the towns of Lorne and Apollo Bay. You will also have the chance to explore the Grampians National Park with walks and hikes while learning about the Aboriginal stories of the land and spotting wildlife at Halls Gap.
Make the connection between Sydney and Melbourne with this two day tour that takes you through canberra, the nation's capital city, to see the city's highlights and stays in the Victorian high country on farm stay before cruising into Melbourne via an animal rescue project.
Travel between Australia's two biggest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, via the nation's capital city Canberra and the Victorian high country. Have a free day in Melbourne with two nights of accommodation included. Continue west along the Great ocean Road to see the Twelve Apostles landform amongst other coastal highlights. Head inland and experience the beauty of the Grampians National Park before arriving in Adelaide.
Travel from Sydney via Melbourne and Adelaide to Alice Springs via Canberra and the Victorian high country before a free day in Melbourne. Continue west to explore the Great Ocean Road and Grampians National Park before having a free day in Adelaide. Head north into the South Australian outback with a night underground at Coober Pedy and then staying near the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock) and onward through the Red Centre to Alice Springs in the heart of Australia.
Travel from the coast to the outback and into the tropics starting in Sydney and finishing in Darwin. This tour package combines so many cities and landscapes, environments and cultural oddities you'll really feel like you've experienced a big part of Australia
See as much of Australia as you can in a short time. Travel up the east coast of Australia Sydney to Cairns to take in the stunning landscapes, coastline and activities at Byron Bay, Fraser Island, Whitsunday Island and Magnetic Island. Rest between tours at Cairns and enjoy the world-famous Great Barrier Reef here. Fly to Alice Springs (own expense) before experiencing the Red Centre of the Northern Territory including seeing Uluru (Ayers Rock). Then we head down to Adelaide and finally spend time on the Great Ocean Road before arriving in Melbourne.
Capture the essence of Australia on this 31-day adventure. See the East Coast, Sydney to Cairns, and the outback Alice Springs to Melbourne. Visit a private farm in a World Heritage listed area, stay on a tropical Island and relax in Byron Bay, spend the night on the world’s largest sand island and visit stunning beaches whilst also snorkeling in the Whitsundays. Stay overnight with Indigenous custodians in the rainforest, learn to care for koalas, how to surf, and learn to how to live like a traditional 'swagman' and about life in outback Australia. See the Red Centre of Australia before traveling to Adelaide via Coober Pedy (stay underground) and the Flinders Ranges. The highlights of Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley are included as part of this package as well as the accommodation between the tours. Finish in Melbourne after traveling through the Grampians National Park and along the Great Ocean Road to marvel at the Twelve Apostles.
This 9-day package combines the captivating coast and the red sandy desert with some beautiful and bizarre features along the way. Travel the picturesque Great Ocean Road and explore the Grampians and the Flinders Ranges. Visit the quirky underground town of Coober Pedy and the famous Uluru, Kings Canyon and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).
See the Red Centre of Australia before travelling to Adelaide via Coober Pedy (stay underground) and the Flinders Ranges. The highlights of Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley are included as part of this package as well as accommodation between the tours. Finish in Melbourne after travelling through the Grampians National Park and along the Great Ocean Road to see the Twelve Apostles.
Depart Alice Springs in the heart of central Australia and travel south via Uluru (Ayers Rock) and into the South Australian outback. Stay underground at Coober Pedy and onward to Adelaide. Head east through the Grampians National Park and along the Great Ocean Road to Melbourne for a few well deserved days off. Finish of your tour with two days from Melbourne to Sydney exploring the Victorian high country and the nation's capital, Canberra.
Travel from top to bottom through the heart of Australia and finish it off with a cruise along the captivating coast of the Great Ocean Road. On this 17-day package you will experience the Grampians, Flinders Ranges, Coober Pedy, Uluru, Kings Canyon, The Olgas, Kakadu National Park including a private two-hour wildlife cruise, Litchfield and Katherine Gorge and, believe it or not, even more along the way.
This convenient package includes six tours and accommodation between the tours to see all the highlights between Darwin and Melbourne including Kakadu National Park, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley.
Enjoy the convenience of having your stay in Australia organised as you travel from the Top End of Australia through central Australia and the south coast and high country areas via Canberra to Sydney.