Sit back and relax while the magnificent ever changing ocean scenery along the Great Ocean Road breezes by you.
Ozway Travel recommend at least a couple of days as it allows you to indulge and experience so much more. Included are daily lunch at popular local restaurants plus snacks for morning and afternoon tea.
You will stay in comfortable accomodation, and visit lots of hidden treasures just off the beaten track. Less touristy, and more local knowledge. Seascapes as well as rainforest awaits you, and of course the brilliant nature made artwork at 12 Apostles National Park.
This tour can be tailored to meet your needs and wants.
With your professional Melbourne Tour Guide ready to roar, you are in for a wonderful treat, getting to know the city from a local's point of view.
Learn about the Aboriginal heritage, history, food, sport, laneways, parks and much more.
Experience why it has been voted 'The Worlds Most Liveable City' for the last seven years in a row, by 'The Economist' with a perfect score for healthcare, education and infrastructure.
Melbourne - a friendly cosmopolitan city, based around Port Phillip bay, and with the Yarra River flowing through it.
This understated capital has a great feel to it.
Visit the hidden laneways, plus the wonderful gardens and parklands, and the high end international sporting facilities - all within walking distance of the city centre.
You can also experience performing and creative arts spaces, as well as a number of interesting museums.
Melbourne impresses with its many and varied international restaurants offering excellent food from all over the world.
Transport will be suited to your needs with multiple options including private limo, coach, tram, bus and/or train - and of course walking.
This tour is for those who appreciate nature and the unique Australian wildlife.
Phillip Island is proudly one of Australias most popular attractions.
You will be led on a journey of discovery, experiencing some of Australias most famous animals, in their natural surrounds.
A visit to both the tiny Churchill Island, Koala Conservation Centre and the Antarctic Journey at the Nobbies.
With some free time in the township of Cowes for dinner at one of the good restaurants, or share a freshly made serving of local fish and chips at the pier, as the sun starts to set. If time permits, go for a short walk along the calm bay beach with views of the peninsula and French Island in the distance,
Before it is time to round off a wonderful day with the pinnacle visit to the popular Penguin Parade.
Little penguins, Fairy penguins, or Eudyptula minor, the penguins of Phillip Island are hard working and endearing creatures. These smallest penguins in the world, weigh just one kilogram, standing tall at 33 centimetres.
Yet these little waterbirds are able to dive to an amazing 73 metres, and can hold their breath for minutes.
Return late to accommodation.