Your most memorable day
Arrive at Avalon Airport
Arrange your own transport to the airport
Your hotel or travel agent may be able to arrange a car for you, or you may already have your own transport.
When you make your booking we’ll send detailed instructions for your journey.
Meet your pilot at the baggage pick up area (near the carousel).
You must wait for your pilot to meet you.
Flight to Peterborough
View the countryside and coastline from on high
Your 40 minute flight is a perfect opportunity to view our spectacular area from the air.
Arrive at Peterborough
We start our tour of Great Ocean Road highlights
Peterborough is a quiet seaside hamlet, just walking distance to the beach. A short stop here, and then we’re on our way by road for the rest of our day trip.
9:00 am - 10 am
The 12 Apostles
Breathtaking, iconic views
A comfortable 20-minute bus ride to the 12 Apostles and we arrive at the 12 Apostles. Spectacular views and a great opportunity for photographs. Plenty of time to linger on the viewing platform.
Restrooms available at this location.
10:00 am - 11 am
Loch Ard Gorge
A mysterious history and secrets
Just a few minutes up the Great Ocean Road we find the Loch Ard Gorge.
We’ll take a short walk to the Gorge, along the sand and beside the water. Look up to the breathtaking sight of the towering walls.
Not only spectacularly beautiful, the Loch Ard gorge also has a secret history. It is the site of a shipwreck from 1878. A large clipper ship named the Loch Ard from England beached on nearby Muttonbird Island.
There were 54 passengers on board and only two survived: 15 year old Tom Pearce and 17 year old Evea Carmichael.
In memory of these two brave survivors, the two remaining rock pillars of the gorge are named Tom and Eva!
Lunch at Port Campbell
Delicious options for every taste
Fish Wrap – battered flathead tail with cos lettuce, fresh tomato, red onion, carrot, cucumber and garlic mayonnaise wrapped in flatbread and lightly toasted served with steak cut chips.
Spectacular views of the Southern Ocean
The viewing platforms at London Bridge offer sweeping views of the great Southern Ocean.
London Bridge was originally a natural archway and tunnel in an offshore rock formation. It collapsed in 1990 so now it is a bridge without a middle.
This famous and beautiful rock formation will be the final stop on our day trip, and a wonderful opportunity for spectacular photographs.
A flight home after an amazing day
After a day of sight-seeing, great photo opportunities and a delicious lunch, it’s time for the flight home, with aerial views of the Great Ocean Road and all its amazing landmarks.