Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Ballarat

This town was the epicentre of Victorias ‘Gold Rush’ from 1851 to 1854 with gold still being taken from the region today. The highly awarded ‘Sovereign Hill’ and ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’ show portrays the events of the gold rush superbly. Ballarat is also widely acclaimed for its Botanical gardens, architecture and Gold museum.

Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Mercato

Mercato, Italian for ‘Market’, is the perfect place to enjoy creative dishes that focus on using fresh local produce. Set in a beautifully restored 1864 timber house this place is very popular with locals and visitors alike. The menu is a contemporary modern-Australian cuisine created by owner and head chef Richard Mee. Boasting wonderful regional flavours you will be able to match a wine from an extensive wine list to make a it a perfect dining experience.

Frangos & Frangos

To discover the heart and soul of Daylesford, set your sights high.
Perched high on the hill you will find the eclectic passions of
Jim & Dianne Frangos and their highly attuned staff.

Encounter pure opulence upstairs at Hotel Frangos in one of the twelve
individually styled rooms. A study in harmony and perfection, all rooms have been meticulously designed and decorated with romance, intimacy and luxury in mind.

 

St. Kilda

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Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Dinner Plain

Sitting on the side of Mt. Hotham, Dinner Plain derives its name as the place where stage coaches would stop for lunch as they travelled from Omeo to Bright. Today it is a premier ski resort in winter and wonderful place to visit in summer with clear skies, warm days and cool nights. Spectacular scenery, walks and wildflowers surround the settlement.

Omeo

An iconic “high country” town, Omeo was the name given to the area by the indigenous tribes who lived there. Nestled in a stunning valley the town is surrounded by the tallest mountains in Australia and also some of the wildest rivers in the country such as the Tambo, Cobungra, Mitta Mitta and the Snowy.

Daylesford

Beginning as a goldrush town in 1852, Daylesford is now famous for its abundance of naturally occurring mineral springs, artisan food and wine producers, its architecture, its lakes and its tranquil ambience. Surrounded by lush farmland and forests, Daylesford is one of the most famous holiday towns in Australia.

Adelaide

Adelaide is the fifth largest city in Australia with an estimated 1.2 million residents. It has a vibrant, festive but relaxed feel that is complimented by its weather and purposeful layout. Designed by Colonel Light to sit on one square mile it is surrounded by parklands with the beach and hills close by. The wineries abound too, with the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and Barossa less than an hour away.

Apollo Bay

This town has plenty to offer. It is the home of the regions fishing industry but also the hub to numerous land based activities. It is spectacular from all angles and perspectives and it is no wonder our guests don’t want to leave. Breakfast at the locals favourite Bay Leaf Cafe is a great way to start off our day!

Dunkeld

This was once a very sleepy town at the southern end of the Grampians National Park. It is now a destination in itself. When the Royal Mail Hotel was redeveloped into a modern hotel with a superb restaurant everyone wanted to experience it. After being awarded country restaurant of the year twice  and receiving numerous ‘Chefs Hats’ it is still inspiring people to venture out west.

Ballarat

This town was the epicentre of Victorias ‘Gold Rush’ from 1851 to 1854 with gold still being taken from the region today. The highly awarded ‘Sovereign Hill’ and ‘Blood on the Southern Cross’ show portrays the events of the gold rush superbly. Ballarat is also widely acclaimed for its Botanical gardens, architecture and Gold museum.

Dunkeld

This was once a very sleepy town at the southern end of the Grampians National Park. It is now a destination in itself. When the Royal Mail Hotel was redeveloped into a modern hotel with a superb restaurant everyone wanted to experience it. After being awarded country restaurant of the year twice  and receiving numerous ‘Chefs Hats’ it is still inspiring people to venture out west.

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Situated on the banks of the Murray River, the area where the town now sits was inhabited by two tribes of indigenous Australians who thrived on the river as a food source. The indigenous name for the area “matakupaat” means place of the platypus. The town was also a port for the paddle steamers before road transport.Situated on the banks of the Murray River, the area where the town now sits was inhabited by two tribes of indigenous Australians who thrived on the river as a food source. The indigenous name for the area “matakupaat” means place of the platypus. The town was also a port for the paddle steamers before road transport.

Port Campbell

This is a small village nestled in the limestone cliffs near the 12 Apostles. It looks straight out over the Southern Ocean towards Antarctica. The region regularly gets whales in winter and huge seas through the winter months. Winter in this area might be cold but it is totally exhilarating.

Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Corynnia Station

Corynnia is a classic Australian farm where wool growing, fat lamb production and various grain crops are produced by Bruce and Julie Armstrong who are as passionate about the environment as they are about sustainable farming. The property maintains a 1000 acre black box forest where many birds and animals can be observed.

Corynnia Station

Corynnia is a classic Australian farm where wool growing, fat lamb production and various grain crops are produced by Bruce and Julie Armstrong who are as passionate about the environment as they are about sustainable farming. The property maintains a 1000 acre black box forest where many birds and animals can be observed.

White Cliffs

Boasting a population of 103 people, White Cliffs is of Australia’s isolated desert towns famous for its opal mining and extreme summer temperatures that often exceed 50 degrees C. Most people live underground in very comfortably appointed old mines. It’s a very unique place!

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Jurgen Loos – Jurgen is a German born Australian that has over 20 years of guiding experience and a previous life as a well know artist. His passion for the Australian outdoors is contagious.Jurgen Loos – Jurgen is a German born Australian that has over 20 years of guiding experience and a previous life as a well know artist. His passion for the Australian outdoors is contagious.Jurgen Loos – Jurgen is a German born Australian that has over 20 years of guiding experience and a previous life as a well know artist. His passion for the Australian outdoors is contagious.

Broken Hill

Probably the most iconic outback town in Australia, Broken Hill is the home of the world’s largest mining company BHP Billiton. Known as the “Silver City” the town had vast reserves of silver, lead and zinc. Today it boasts significant architecture, a thriving artists community and is the starting point for many outback expeditions.

Swan Hill

Situated on the banks of the Murray River, the area where the town now sits was inhabited by two tribes of indigenous Australians who thrived on the river as a food source. The indigenous name for the area “matakupaat” means place of the platypus. The town was also a port for the paddle steamers before road transport.

Melbourne

This is our vibrant home full of diversity and intrigue. Famous for its love of sport it also has wonderful shopping, a great arts community and sensational food. The city itself is a blend of old and new architecture that perfectly represents its duel eras of prosperity.

Apollo Bay

This town has plenty to offer. It is the home of the regions fishing industry but also the hub to numerous land based activities. It is spectacular from all angles and perspectives and it is no wonder our guests don’t want to leave. Breakfast at the locals favourite Bay Leaf Cafe is a great way to start off our day!

Lorne

This town is set in spectacular Louttit Bay with the steep hills of the Otway ranges coming down to meet the sea. It offers great food, safe beaches and plenty of shopping. These are just some of the great reasons we use it for our lunch spot on all our Great Ocean Road tours.