A suite of diverse adventures awaits those ready to explore

Take your taste buds on Holiday!

Small region, big trophy cabinet. Come feast on the award winning, cheese, whisky and wine and crowd pleasing chocolate, crayfish, ice cream, yoghurt, strawberries and beer. 

Visit these regions delicious restaurants, cafes, producers and provedores as part of a 70km 12 Apostles Gourmet Trail, including the coastal attractions east and west of Port Campbell.


Taking a morning stroll on the Great Ocean Walk just got easier! Picture yourself on the edge of the continent, walking on a clifftop trail to the 12 Apostles with the morning sun on your back. 

The 12Amorningxpress runs Monday to Friday during the school term, excluding public holidays and pupil free days.

Contact the Port Campbell Visitor Information Centre for more information.

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View Point at the Twelve Apostles
Otway Fly Treetop Adventure

Treetop to the Shore

Experience, ancient rainforest, sweeping seascapes, Otway villages, Shipwreck History and wildlife in a full day loop.

172km full Day loop from Princetown via Apollo Bay.

Find a map with key points of interest here.

Celtic Coast & Culture

Discover aboriginal culture, wildlife, shipwreck history, the sound of fiddles and the taste of Guinness. 

The Celtic Coast and Culture tour offers you a 170km Full Day Loop from Peterborough via Warrnambool.

Find a map with key points of interest here.

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village at sunset
Lake formed by an old volcano in Southern Victoria

Southern Lakes & Craters

Volcanic peaks, craters, lakes and charming historic towns wait on this journey through the Lakes and Craters heartland. Invigorating walks, crafts, antiques, models & collectables for the kids and a Benedictine Abbey will be sure to entertain and enlighten.

130km half to full day loop from Terang via Camperdown

Find a map with key points of interest here.

Northern Lakes & Craters

Dry stone walls, Victoria’s largest permanent inland lake, volcanic features, arts, antiques, a winery, a historic pub with resident ghost and the landscape dominating Mount Elephant (Swagman’s Lighthouse).

170km full day loop from Primborneit North via Darlington

Find a map with key points of interest here.

Mount Elephant Volcanoe
Stewart Park Skipton

A Golden Opportunity

Did you know that driving to Melbourne via Ballarrat is only 20 minutes longer than the Princes Highway via Geelong? 

Take advantage and make the Goldfields a part of your next trip. Head to Ballarat towards the wonderful volcanic lakes, wetlands and peaks and stop off at Mt Elephant (Swagman’s Lighthouse). Drive through the charming town of Skipton, home to a Rose Festival and explore arts and antiques in the town of Lismore.

Find a map with key points of interest here.