"With the Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass you can see Australia’s best attractions at your own pace. There are more than 140 attractions and activities to choose from allowing you to create your own itinerary and save up to 50% on top attractions tours museums venues and more in Australia’s most popular destinations – Sydney Melbourne
Great Ocean Road Helicopter Tour Including 12 Apostles and London Bridge
"A helicopter tour from Victoria’s Great Ocean Road offers you a unique opportunity to see the 12 Apostles Shipwreck Coast and Port Campbell National Park from the air. You'll fly in one the newest fleet of luxury helicopters in Australia. While aboard the helicopter tour over the Great Ocean Road you'll enjoy informative commentary on the unique rock formations and history of the Shipwreck Coast from your experienced pilots. Flights depart throughout the day on demand and require a minimum of two passengers and maximum of seven. Groups of Loch Ard Gorge The Sentinel The Arch and London Bridge"
Great Ocean Road Small-Group Eco-Tour from Melbourne
"After morning pickup at your hotel get comfortable on your deluxe minicoach and head southwest along the scenic coast. Your knowledgeable guide shares informative commentary about the sights as you travel. About one hour into your journey travel through Torquay a beach town known for its surf culture and as the start of the Great Ocean Road. Next enjoy a morning tea break at a beachside location before continue another hour to Kennett River where you take a short walk in eucalyptus forest to look for koalas and colorful parrots.Further along at the foot of the Otway Ranges have lunch in the beautiful town of Apollo Bay. Then enjoy free time to explore the shops and marina or take a dip in the water. Your next stop takes you into Great Otway National Park for a leisurely stroll at Maits Rest. A wooden boardwalk lead
This is Warrnambool's memorial to those who served in the world wars, erected in 1925. It's made from red granite.You can find it at the far top end of Liebig Street, beside the Returned Serviceman's...
This is a St John's Presbyterian Church near the centre of Warrnambool. I liked it because it appeared to be the most historic one, and was quite interesting to look at, very symmetrical with curves...