Great Ocean Road Tour & Phillip Island Ultimate Eco Tour FREE Melbourne Attraction Pass

In just one extraordinary day, experience three of Victoria’s top wildlife attractions and discover Australia’s greatest coastal drive, including the world famous 12 Apostles and the pristine Surf Coast with its golden sand beaches and rolling breakers. On top of that, get a FREE Melbourne Attraction Pass! This pass will enable you to choose one of two great attraction options.

From $260.00

Contact us for the creation of a special trip or if you have any questions about our products.


Departures / Pickups

1 Day Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles Tour

Departs: 7.15am, 570 Flinders Street, Melbourne.
Returns: approx 8pm

1 Day Phillip Island Penguin Parade Wildlife Conservation Park Tour
Departs: 570 Flinders Street:
Season 1: Daily @ 1pm (01.04.18 – 06.10.18)
Season 2: Daily @ 2pm (07.10.18 – 31.03.19)
Returns: approx. 10.00pm – midnight (Seasonal)

Courtesy Transfer Service

We offer our customers a courtesy transfer service from selected inner city hotels/accommodations to the departure point (570 Flinders Street) – This service must be pre-booked at least 48 hours prior to departure.
* Please confirm your allocated hotel / hostel pick up time when making your booking.
* Please note you must arrive at your pickup location at least 10 minutes prior to your allocated pickup time
* We accept no responsibility if you fail to nominate a pickup location- this must be confirmed at least 24 hours prior with our reservations department, failure to nominate and board the bus will result in fare forfeiture


Please exchange the voucher for Melbourne Attraction tickets at the Bunyip Tours HQ – 570 Flinders Street. Melbourne (7am to 7pm daily)


Day 1: Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles Tour

• Discover the incredible coastal views that have made the Surf Coast world famous
• Enjoy a stop at Split Point lighthouse and amazing views of the coastline
• Hear memorable stories at Memorial Arch about the engineering fear that ended decades of isolation for coastal communities of the Great Ocean Road
• Stroll through the coastal towns of Anglesea and Lorne
• Enjoy a café style lunch in Apollo Bay
• Look for koalas & native birds in the wild
• Drive through the Great Otway National Park, take a relaxing rainforest
• Walk down Gibson Steps for a view of the 12 Apostles from sea level
• The history of the brutal Shipwreck Coast is revealed on the beach at Loch Ard Gorge
• The world famous 12 Apostles – see these enormous limestone stacks from the roadside lookout and on the beach at the foot of soaring cliffs
Meal(s) included : Lunch

Day 2 : Phillip Island Penguin Parade Wildlife Conservation Park Tour

• Encounter Australian wildlife at Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. Handfeed wallabies (fee applies) and watch for joeys.
• Seal Rocks & the Nobbies boardwalk and the best views of Phillip Island’s rugged south coast. Upgrade to the NEW Antarctic Journey!
• Watch the world famous Penguin Parade as hundreds of little penguins come out of the sea at dusk & head back to their burrows for the night.
Meal(s) included : Lunch


What’s included
– All park entrance fees
– Cafe lunch
– Lunch
– Split Point Lighthouse
– Tea / coffee / biscuits
– Friendly & informative tour guide


Package – Book Great Ocean Road Tour & Penguin Parade Afternoon Wildlife Tour FREE Melbourne Attraction Pass (SEALIFE Melbourne Aquarium & Eureka Skydeck 88 tickets OR Melbourne Zoo & Melbourne Star Observation Wheel tickets)

Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles Tour

Small Group Tour – maximum 24 passengers

OK, here’s the travel brag. This is simply Australia’s greatest coastal drive, including the world famous 12 Apostles and the pristine Surf Coast with its golden sand beaches and rolling breakers. Stop at Split Point Lighthouse for amazing views and morning tea. This is a drive of real contrasts too, because you’ll also see peaceful bush clad hills, pockets of coastal farmland and little villages.

You can tick off the laid back seaside towns of Anglesea, Lorne and Apollo Bay (including lunch), spot koalas and brilliant birdlife in the wild, walk in the Otway rainforest with its fern gardens and giant trees up to 300 years old, explore the beach at Loch Ard Gorge and the brutal history of the Shipwreck Coast.

But we save the best till last! Grab your camera and walk down Gibson Steps to the beach where you’ll be dwarfed by soaring cliffs and the massive limestone towers of the 12 Apostles. You’ll get an entirely different view from the roadside lookout, where you can see how erosion of the cliffs over thousands of years created this extraordinary attraction.

Phillip Island Penguin Parade Wildlife Conservation Park Tour

Small Group Tour – maximum 27 passengers

In just one extraordinary day, experience three of Victoria’s top wildlife attractions: Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, where you can handfeed cute wallabies; the Nobbies and Seal Rocks, with Australia’s largest colony of fur seals; and the nightly Penguin Parade, where little penguins pop out of the water and waddle across the beach to their burrows.

Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, an Eco-certified sanctuary, is first. Discover native animals in their natural habitat including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, brilliantly coloured birds and rare and endangered species. Handfeed wallabies– keep an eye out for tiny joeys wriggling out of their mothers’ pouches – and have a close encounter with a koala (fee applies).

At the Nobbies and Seal Rocks, the clifftop boardwalk opens up breathtaking views of Phillip Island’s wild south coast, and there are further lookout points among natural sea bird gardens which have spectacular flowering displays in spring. 1.5 km offshore you’ll see Seal Rocks, home to Australia’s largest fur seal colony.  Take a beach walk (time permitting, usually in summer).

Then witness Victoria’s largest colony of little penguins in the nightly Penguin Parade. As dusk falls, hundreds of little penguins splash out of the water on to the beach, making their way to their burrows. They feed at sea, and return to their burrows to mate, care for their young and to moult.

FREE Melbourne Attraction Pass

Choose ONE the two options for FREE:

Option 1: Includes entry to SEALIFE Melbourne Aquarium & Eureka Skydeck 88

Please note the Melbourne Attraction Pass Tickets will be issued at the Bunyip Tour HQ – 570 Flinders Street (7am to 7pm daily) and are valid for 6 months.

Melbourne Aquarium – There is always something new to sea. Visit Australia’s largest and only southern ocean aquarium. Located on the corner of Flinders Street and King Street opens daily between 9.30am – 6pm.

Eureka Skydeck 88 – Visit Melbourne’s newest attraction offering unparalleled views of Melbourne and surrounding regions. Located at 7 Riverside Quay Southbank between 10am – 10pm.

Option 2: Includes entry to Melbourne Zoo & Flight on Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Melbourne Zoo – At Melbourne Zoo, you can meet over 300 different species from around the world, only minutes from the city centre! Located at Elliott Avenue, Parkville. Opens 9am – 5pm daily.

Melbourne Star Observation Wheel – Each of the Melbourne Star’s 21 spacious, air-conditioned cabins gives you an unparalleled, 360-degree view of the city. Located ar 101 Waterfront Way, Docklands. Opens 11am – 9pm daily.

Vouchers to be redeemed at 570 Flinders Street prior to travel. Office opens daily between 7am – 7pm.

Please note accommodation in Melbourne is not included only touring and attaction tickets.

Booking Info


Helicopter flight – Take a helicopter flight over the twelve Apostles! ($145)
Hop on hop off (Overnight or extended coastal stay) – Stay overnight or longer and enjoy the freedom to explore the laidback seaside villages of Torquay, Lorne, Apollo Bay or Port Campbell. 5kg luggage limit applies.



  • Penguin Plus – Exclusive viewing area and private boardwalk
  • VIP Tour – Elevated indoor viewing box with drinks and canapés and access to Penguins Plus
  • Guided Ranger Tour – Private Penguin Parade Experience Enjoy front row viewing on the sand and access to Penguins Plus with a small group and private ranger guide

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