Great Ocean Roads of Victoria and Tasmania Fly-Drive
Discover two of Australia’s greatest coastal drives on our 11-night fly-drive tour of Victoria and Tasmania.
Take in magnificent coastal vistas and stop at charming fishing villages along Victoria’s Shipwreck Coast and Great Ocean Road, marvel at natural wonders such as The Twelve Apostles and London Bridge, rock formations that have been carved by years of rain, wind and pounding waves. Climb the lofty peaks of Grampians National Park for panoramic views over Victoria Valley and step back in time with a visit to Sovereign Hill, a replica town from Australia’s gold rush era in Ballarat.
Discover the astounding beauty of Tasmania’s north-east with rolling green pastures and vineyards in the Coal River Valley and spectacular geological features of the Painted Cliffs and Fossil Cliffs of Maria Island. The pink granite peaks of The Hazards Range dominate to Freycinet Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty with azure bays, white sand beaches and an abundance of bird life.
Explore Freycinet National Park on a peninsula cruise, by kayak or on foot along one of the walking tracks to the sweeping white sands of Wineglass Bay. Take a glass-bottom boat cruise over the protected reefs and sponge gardens of Governor Island Marine Reserve and walk for mile along deserted white beaches at Bay of Fires Conservation Area.