Great Ocean Road Day Bus Tour (Melbourne, Australia) Reviews
Newest Review: ... are so beautiful, but most are empty because they are some of the most dangerous in Australia. There are rip tides, submerged rocks, no lifeguards, sharks and many other things. So if you do fancy going to one of these beaches make sure you dont go in the water unless theres a lifeguard. We stopped off to have a quick rainforest walk which was nice, and then we stopped at a campsite and walked through. Our guide pointed out koalas in the high up Eucalyptus trees. They were so cute, I loved it! We also held parrots here by putting seeds on our hands and they flew down to us. Lunch was in a small town with a nice beach, didnt really get tim... more
Customer Great Ocean Road Day Bus Tour (Melbourne, Australia) Reviews (1)
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I went on a Great Ocean Road day tour that I booked through my hostel BASE. We were picked up at 7.30am and taken into the city where we met the main mini bus. Our guide introduced himself and then we had a long drive to the first stop. At Bells Beach which is a famous surfing spot we had time to take some pictures and have morning tea. Then it was back on the bus for another drive which became more spectacular as we went on. The beaches on the GOR are so beautiful, but most are empty because they are some of the most dangerous in Australia. There are rip tides, submerged rocks, no lifeguards, sharks and many other things. So if you do fancy ... Read the complete review
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