Review: Great Ocean Road and Otway Fly Tour from Melbourne
The Great Ocean Road is on every traveller’s list of things to do while in Victoria.
The 243-kilometre journey through breath-taking coastal scenery is a must-do, and having lived not far from the road most of my life, I have travelled along it many times. However, due to the constant erosion of the rock formations and the ever changing light at different times of the year, the experience always feels brand new.
Today I’m travelling with Around And About Travel on their Great Ocean Road and Otway Fly Tour from Melbourne. Once CBD pick-ups are completed, we head west from the city and take the inland route — eventually joining the Great Ocean Road at Port Campbell National Park — the furthermost point from Melbourne. This is generally not the starting point for tours, but it allows us to avoid the hundreds of other cars and buses that are heading for the Great Ocean Road at the same time we are.