Users' questions

How much does it cost to do the Great Ocean Road?

How much does it cost to do the Great Ocean Road?

Entry fee: $37 for adults; $19 on weekdays, free on weekends and holidays for children aged 4–15; free for children aged 3 and under; $33 for seniors (must present ID on entry).

Can Victorians travel to Great Ocean Road?

Great Ocean Road Adventures Many Victorians visit the Great Ocean Road as a day trip from Melbourne. It’s just over 100 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD and will take a little over an hour and fifteen minutes to get to by car.

Can you do Great Ocean Road a day?

Discover how long the Great Ocean Road drive will take with realistic driving times between the best attractions that we recommend you do on a one-day self-drive tour. It is written by a former tour guide with years of experience driving this famous route over one and two days.

Is the Great Ocean Road worth it?

Taking a Great Ocean Road day trip is a jaw-dropping experience, there really is no other way to describe it. The focal point of the Great Ocean Road are the Twelve Apostles and they are well and truly worth the wait.

How many days do you need to do the Great Ocean Road?

664 km/413 miles, about 9.5 hours. One of Victoria’s most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road is a magnificent three-day self-drive touring route from surf capital Torquay to the iconic 12 Apostles, ending at historic fishing village Port Fairy.

What is the best time to visit the Great Ocean Road?

The best time to visit the Great Ocean Road is late summer (March-April) as the weather is still warm (warm to Aussies is 28°C plus; hot is anything over 38°C) and more settled.

How many days do you need for Great Ocean Road?

What is good about the Great Ocean Road?

One of the world’s most spectacular drives, Australia’s Great Ocean Road winds past pristine beaches, lush rainforests and impossibly scenic vantage points.

Where should I stay when visiting the Great Ocean Road?

Many families visiting Great Ocean Road loved staying at Peterborough House Motel, RACV Torquay Resort, and Comfort Inn Warrnambool International. Deep Blue Hotel & Hot Springs, Lorne Hotel, and Central Court Motel Warrnambool are also popular among family travelers.

What should you not miss on Great Ocean Road?

14 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions on the Great Ocean Road

  • Port Campbell National Park. Port Campbell National Park.
  • Helicopter Tours Editor’s Pick. Helicopter over the Twelve Apostles.
  • Torquay. Torquay Beach.
  • Great Otway National Park.
  • Surfing at Bells Beach.
  • Otway Fly Treetop Adventures.
  • Great Ocean Walk.
  • Lorne.

What is so special about the Great Ocean Road?

Renowned for its rugged natural beauty, shipwreck stories, and surfing culture the Great Ocean Road and its frequently changing and dramatic landscapes and views make this 242 kilometre stretch of road Australia’s most famous coastal journey.

How many days should I spend on the Great Ocean Road?