2 Day Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Escape: Saturday 14th–Sunday 15th October 2017

2 Day Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Escape: Saturday 14th–Sunday 15th October 2017

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2 Day Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island Escape: Saturday 14th–Sunday 15th October 2017

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If you’re new to Melbourne this trip is a great way to meet other students for a fun weekend of different activities. This 2 day tour combines all the best the Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island have to offer and much more, including a spectacular ferry ride across Port Phillip Bay.


  • $160.00

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Description

When: Saturday 14th–Sunday 15th October 2017

Meeting location: 

Meet: 7:30am Old Melbourne Gaol on Russell Street

Finish: Approx 9:30pm on Sunday at same location

Cost: 

RMIT Students $160

Included:

  • Friendly and experienced driver/guide
  • Transportation to and from Melbourne
  • Salad Roll, chips and water for Lunch on day one
  • Dinner on Day one
  • Breakfast on Day two
  • Dormitory Accommodation
  • Ferry Crossing
  • National Park Fees
  • Entry to Maru Park 
  • Entry to Penguin Parade

Day 1 - Saturday 14th October: 

Depart Melbourne and lose the crowds as we head the back way to the Great Ocean Road, stopping at the town of Colac for Morning tea. We then travel to the Great Ocean Roads famous Ship Wreck Coast home of Loch Ard Gorge and the world renowned 12 Apostles. We spend the morning exploring these spectacular sights before having lunch (included) in the charming coastal town of Port Campbell. After lunch have a swim (if weather/time permits) before continuing a journey along the Great Ocean road through the Otway Ranges taking a walk through a beautiful temperate rainforest. After a hearty Aussie BBQ (included) spend the night on the Great Ocean Road.

Day 2 - Sunday 15th October: 

After Breakfast (included) we drive to Queenscliff where we board the ferry for a spectacular ferry ride across Port Phillip Bay. Stand on the front deck and take in all the amazing sights keeping a keen eye out for dolphins, which frequent the bay. Disembarking the ferry on the Mornington Peninsula we head towards Phillip Island on the way stopping at Maru Park to get up close and personal with koalas, hand-feed kangaroos and interact with heaps of Aussie wildlife. Once on Phillip Island enjoy some time in the town of Cowes (summer) to get dinner before watching the world’s smallest penguins waddle ashore in an unforgettable display.

Please remember to bring warm clothing, swimming gear, a towel, a valid RMIT student card and spending money for lunch and dinner.

Book before Monday 9th October to secure your spot.