Wildlife Tours Melbourne to Adelaide (Or reverse)


Wildlife Tours Melbourne to Adelaide (Or reverse)

from 275.00

Between Melbourne and Adelaide stretches the treacherous shipwreck coast, rugged mountain ranges and miles of natural bushland rich in wildlife and Aboriginal history. Explore the wild south-west with us and discover the hidden treasures of this region. Of course, you could fly directly between Adelaide and Melbourne but why would you want to miss all this?

Departs Melbourne:  Monday, Thursday & Saturday between 7:00am – 8:00am
Arrives Adelaide: Connect with a coach in Horsham for continuation onto  Adelaide arriving at 7:00pm-8:00pm

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Day 1 - Great Ocean Road:

Surf Beach: Watch surfers at an iconic Aussie Beach
Beach Walk: Get some sand between your toes
Historic Memorial Arch: Great photo opportunity
Seaside Towns: Feel the vibe of small coastal towns
Kennett River: Spot wild Koalas, Kookaburras, Parrots and Lorikeets
Lunch: Enjoy a tasty lunch in Apollo Bay.
Rainforest: Guided bushwalk in the ancient Otway's Rainforest
Twelve Apostles: View the magnificent 12 Apostles
Loch Ard Gorge: Be surrounded by the towering limestone cliffs
London Bridge: Visit the collapsed but still amazing London Bridge
Kangaroos: Night-time Kangaroo spotting in Halls Gap
Ovenight in the Grampians: Neds Other Beds


Day 2 - The Grampians National Park:

Tour the Grampians National Park: Home to the Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas, Emus, Birds, Echidnas and many other Australian creatures as well as an abundant array of plant life. ‘A Wildlife, Waterfall, Walking Wonderland’! Get up early and have a look around your hostel. There will be kangaroos grazing everywhere, noisy corellas flying above your head, you might even get lucky and spot mysterious wallaby.
Mountain Hike: Walk an Aussie bush track to experience spectacular views.
Halls Gap: Visit the heart of the Grampians!
Aboriginal Cultural Centre: Learn about the history and culture of Jardwadjali and Djab Wurring Aboriginal tribes.
Reed’s Lookout or Lake Bellfield: Take a stroll along the lake’s shore and breathe in fresh mountain air. This ever popular walking and picnicking spot is just a short drive from Hall’s Gap.
MacKenzie Falls or Silverband Falls: A pleasant walk to see the beautiful McKenzie Falls or the Silverband Falls.
Jaws of Death: Sensational experience
Adelaide: Connect the journey on to Adelaide

*Itinerary is subject to change

Tour Includes:
Accommodation (1 Night), Morning Tea (Day 1), 1 Lunch (Day 1), 1 Breakfast (Day 2), friendly and informative tour guide, All National Park entry fees and courtesy hostel/hotel pickup


What you need to bring:
Water, Hat, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, warm and cool clothing, flashlight, toiletries, rain jacket, camera, towel, insect repellent, spending money and a sense of adventure