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We have a 7.4 metre motor home and tow a Suzuki Grand Vitara. We made the wise choice to unhitch and travel separately for the entire length of THOR. We didn’t hold up the traffic during this busy time AND we were able to stop...More
I loved our tour guide Chris and I truly enjoyed the trip but I wasn’t a fan of the get on the bus get off the bus. It seemed like we took to many stops for scenic pictures with 10 or 15 minutes for 20...More
You cannot beat the scenery along the Great Ocean Road which is one of the best scenic drives in Victoria.It is suffereing from the numbers of visitors with the Twelve Apostles area totally unable to cope with the vehicle parking at weekends. The road is...More
The Great Ocean Road is an amazing sight which must be seen! The 12 Apostles, of which there are only 9, are magnificent and really unique to see. The drive down from Melbourne is long, but once you're there, it really is worth it.
What amazing view while driving along the great ocean road. Not only of the ocean but beautiful homes that you could only dream about.
Stopped at Lorne for some lunch on the pier food and atmosphere was excellent, shopping at Lorne was good. The activities...More
A Day drivning from Torquay to the 12 Apostels starting with a visit to the surf Beach in Torquay. The drive along the Coast line gave some stunning views and when finally rea hing the 12 Apostels that was really fantastic. I wish I could...More
3 day drive with overnighting in Lorne & Fort Campbell. Magnificent experience with gorgeous views! Highlights were the 12 Apostles and Loch ard Gorge (in photos 2 & 3). Can especially recommend staying at Fort Campbell, a cosy town with grocery store, a few restaurants,...More
Personally, after staying a night in Port Campbell, I'd take a detour to explore Port Fairy before going to Halls Gap and staying for 3 nights there since you'll be mainly exploring the Grampians. Then I'd take the inland... More
Personally, after staying a night in Port Campbell, I'd take a detour to explore Port Fairy before going to Halls Gap and staying for 3 nights there since you'll be mainly exploring the Grampians. Then I'd take the inland route back to Melbourne since its shorter and for a change of scenery. In Melbourne, you may not need the car since buses, trains and trams are pretty cheap and efficient. That's what I used in Melbourne. We didn't rent a car in Melbourne for the GOR trip as we used a friend's car. However, I rented a car from Apex Car Rentals in Tasmania and they gave me a fairly new car at a cheap rate. For accomodation, try Agoda, Booking or Airbnb. I believe rooms are still available for October.
Good luck and have a safe and enjoyable trip. Cheers!