Attractions Information

GREAT OCEAN ROAD TOUR

Visit the best attractions along the Great Ocean Road on a 2 Day All-Inclusive tour for only $210 per person with Good Times Tour.

The below is designed to give you a visual guide on what to expect from a 2 Day Great Ocean Road tour and itineraries are flexible to ensure the group gets the most out of their experience with us at Good Times Tours

Bells Beach
Home to the world’s longest running surfing competition!

Nearby Torquay is home to the famous surf labels Rip Curl and Quiksilver both of which were founded in 1969.

Named after John Cavert Bell whose family had a pastoral run here in the 1840s.

Bells Beach - Great Ocean Road

Bells Beach Victoria

Bells Beach Great Ocean Road Tour

Split Point Lighthouse

Fondly known by the locals as ‘The White Queen’

Was used in the kids TV show – Round the Twist which was popular in the UK!

The lighthouse was  constructed in 1891 due to their being 10 shipwrecks alongs the Surf Coast prior to this time.

The actual tower is modeled on a chimney to promote air flow from the base to the top which made the kerosene and later Acetylane flame shine brighter.

The white light from the lighthouse can be seen up to 20 nautical miles (32km’s) away.

Split Point Lighthouse

Split Point Lighthouse

View towards Lorne

view from Split Point Lighthouse - Great Ocean Rd Tour

Memorial Arch 

Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch

Erskine Falls

The falls are located 9km’s from Lorne and after a short walk you can reach the base of the falls.

The waterfall itself drops 30m into the fern lined valley of the Erskine River.

There is a stunning but challenging 7.5km walk from Lorne up to the Falls if you have time.

Erskine Falls - Great Ocean Road

Teddys Lookout

Teddys Lookout - Great Ocean Road

Teddys Lookout - Great Ocean Road Private Tour

View from Teddys Lookout - Great Ocean Road Tour

Kennetts River

One of the best places in Australia to see Koalas close up and you can feed the local King Parrots as well.

Kennett River Koalas - Great Ocean Road

Kennett River - Great Ocean Road

London Arch

This stunning sea stack is a popular tourist attraction along the Great Ocean Road.

Was formerly known as the London Bridge until the span collapsed on January 15th 1990 and left two tourists stranded on the outer span! Fortunately a helicopter rescued them and they weren’t injured.
London Arch - Great Ocean Road

Maits Rest

Is a self guided 800m walk through cool temperate rainforest in the Otways close to Apollo Bay.

View towering Mountain Ash trees which can grow up to 100m tall (2nd tallest tree in the world behind Californian Redwoods).

Keep an eye out for the Otway Black Snail a rare carnivorous snail found only in the Otways

Maits Rest Rainforest Walk - Great Ocean Road Tour

Maits Rest Rainforest Walk - Great Ocean Road Tour

Maits Rest - Great Ocean Road

Loch Ard Gorge

Named after the clipper ship Loch Ard which ran aground nearby in 1878 and saw the loss of 54 passengers and only two survivors.

Check out the Razorback, Loch Ard Gorge and the Thunder Cave to see this wild coastline at it’s best and learn about it’s geology and maritime history.

Loch Ard Gorge - Great Ocean Road

12 Apostles

The dramatic limestone sea stacks and steep golden cliffs are the reason why the 12 Apostles are visited by 1.2million people a year!

Best seen at sunrise or sunset for the blazing hues that are created and generally quieter crowds.

Self guided walks allow you to learn about how the 12 Apostles were formed and the rich marine environment.

12 Apostles - Great Ocean Road

12 Apostles at Sunset

Gibson Steps

Sunset at Gibson Steps

Gibson Steps

Gibson Steps - Great Ocean Road Tour

Otway Fly

One of only 4 treetop walks in Australia makes for a unique experience.

A 1.9km walk through a stunning temperate rainforest including 600m on an elevated steel walkway that’s 30m high.

Otway Fly - Great Ocean Road

Triplet Falls

Located amongst ancient forests of Mountain Ash which can grow to 100m high and are up to 200 years old.

Home to a rich history of Timber mills and remnants can still be seen in the forest.

Are fed by the waters of Youngs Creek that flows from the wettest area of Victoria, Weeaproingh, just a few kilometres to the north.

Triplet Falls - Great Ocean Road

Redwood Forest – A spectacular forest of California Redwoods planted in 1939

A stunning small forest that is a photographers heaven!

Redwood Forest - Great Ocean Road

Hopetoun Falls
Hopetoun Falls - Otways

Hopetoun Falls - Otways Rainforest

Beauchamp Falls

A stunning 2.5km return walk through cool, majestic Mountain Ash forest, with ancient Myrtle Beeches, large Blackwoods and thick ferns.

The walk follows the cool mountain waters of Deppeler Creek which feeds into the Aire River which leads into the Southern Ocean at Glenaire Beach.

The falls plunge 25m into a rock pool below and with 2m of rain annually, you can see the falls in full flight in the image below.

Beauchamp Falls - Otways

Otway Walks - Beauchamp Falls

Cape Otway Lightstation

Cape Otway Lightstation

Cape Otway Lightstation

Cape Otway Lightstation

Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay - Great Ocean Road

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