The Great Ocean Road was completed in 1932. It was setup to commemorate the soldiers of the First World War in Victoria and is a lasting reminder of their battles and sacrifices.
Driving from Melbourne on, you will experience the thrill of crossing the coast, passing beautiful beaches on one side and cliffs on the other.
A private tour of the Great Ocean Road typically takes between 10-12 hours, and the 12 Apostles’ final destination to Princetown will rarely stop.
Your private tour can be arranged for 2-14 passengers, because we have limousines and luxury people movers to ensure luxury and comfort at the same time. Stop where you want or let the driver choose the best option for you.
Book Twelve Apostles Private Tour – Star City Chauffeurs
The Twelve Apostles were formed by erosion. The severe and extreme climatic conditions of the Southern Ocean gradually eroded the soft limestone, forming caves in the cliffs, then arched and finally collapsed, leaving rock piles up to 50 m (160 ft). Enjoy the nature at its best and capture the moments in the camera for memories that will last a lifetime. With continuous erosion, it will not be the same down the years as it is today, and you can capture and lock it into this present moment.
Crossing Otway Forest Park
Otway Forest Park is the world’s largest eucalyptus and other natural vegetation,covering thousands of acres of land. Take forest walks on jungle trails and explore the natural scenery, while your driver provides an amazing, guided tour. These forests are home to some native birds, kangaroos, and koalas, so make sure your camera is ready to capture unforgettable moments. Surfers Destination is located along the Great Ocean Road,and we pass through many towns, which have their tourist attractions. Torquay and Bells Beach are famous for their surfing beaches and host thousands of tourists each year. For the first time, you can see the magnificent view of the Great Ocean Road from these cities. Driving along the coast, we arrive at Anglesea, where there is a very beautiful beach and coastal surfing trails.Next, along the beach is Aireys Inlet, where you can see many surfers on the famous Fairhaven Beach.
Enjoy lunch in Lorne or Apollo Bay The journey will never be completed without a stop in Lorne, the town is famous for its shops on Mountjoy Parade. Teddy’s Lookout(Teddy’s Lookout) offers beautiful views of the St George River and the ocean. Lorne is also home to Angahook Lorne State Park and Erskine Falls. continue to Apollo Bay, where we found the Great Otway National Park. After exploring these beautiful villages, you can eat more because you can now prepare lunch.
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