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Day 01 Melbourne/Goldfields of Victoria (-)

Upon arrival at Melbourne airport, meet and greet by our tour guide. Proceed to north of the famous Goldfields of Victoria, where tourism is now an important industry for those former gold mining areas, allowing visitors to reconnect with the past. At Ballarat, explore and photoshots of the famous Ballarat Gold Mining town, the Botanical Gardens and the Lake Wendouree home of 1956 Olympics for the many rowing events for men only.

Visit the Ballarat Wildlife Park at own cost if interested (AUD20/Adult-AUD10/Child) Optional

Have lunch and head on to explore the Ballarat Sovereign Hill where history is preserved and recreated at various attractions. The Theme Park where you can go gold panning with many relics from the gold rush days including old mines, tunnels, digging sites, abandoned machinery and building ruins. 

Visit the underground gold mine tour, and many stores that are from 1850's. Visit the Gold Museum and shop for gold jewellery. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Melbourne.

Day 02 Melbourne/Grampians (B)

After breakfast, proceed to Grampians for sightseeing of the main attraction, Australian Kangaroos, Booroka lookout. Great to see the town of Halls Gap is a National Park, known for its sandstone mountains, wildflowers and wildlife including echidnas and wallabies. Park trails lead to waterfalls like towering MacKenzie Falls and slender Silverband Falls. The Balconies lookout offers views of the Victoria Range, while Boroka Lookout is perched above Fyans Valley, with glimpses of Lake Bellfield, and surrounding beauty, reeds and balconies where you can view and take pictures of the awesomeness. Drive back to Melbourne. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Melbourne.

Day 03 Melbourne/Great Ocean Road (B)

After breakfast, proceed to visit the highlights of the Great Ocean Chocholaterie and Ice-Creamy, a great place to try local made chocolate and get a coffee with the chocolate or have something to eat, at this place there is something for everyone (at own cost).

Visit the Arch, Eastern View Beach, is known as the "Memorial Arch", initially opened in 1939 the current Memorial Arch is apparently not the original however it has a history as fascinating as those persons whom it is said to represent. 

The Great Ocean Road is the worlds largest war memorial and the archway at Eastern View was created in memory of those that built and contributed to the road.

Although it’s commonly thought that the arch is the war memorial and the start of the Great Ocean Road, it actual begins a bit over 30 kms to east in Torquay.


Next, enjoy the cute looking koalas at Kennett River. Photo shots of colourful parrots, lorikeets and keep an eye for the famous kookaburra. Have Lunch at Appollo Bay a Major town with over 30 choices to eat and drink. There are varieties of Chinese, Halal, 

Australian, Vegetarian  for your choice.

After lunch, witness and enthralled the rugged splendour of magnificent limestone stacks that rise majestically on Victoria's dramatic coastline. Take a walk under the shadows of towering limestone cliffs Loch Ard Gorge, take pictures of the inspiring Archway. Explore the Dumpling Pots and the Razorback, or delve in the romantic tales of Australia’s much-talked-about shipwreck, the dangerous waters of the Southern Ocean were an important shipping route for trade and transport, but many boats ran into trouble in the rough seas, earning it the ominous name the Shipwreck Coast. 

Visit either one, the London Bridge or Gibson Steps or Teddy’s Lookout. Take snap shots at the London Bridge and listen to tales of its “falling down” 


Have dinner at Colac. Transfer to hotel. Overnight in Melbourne.

Day 04 Melbourne/Maru Koala Park (B)

Then we head to Maru Koala park to have lunch and pat hand feed the koalas, kangaroos, and much more Australian native animals.

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Next, head to Panny’s chocolate to try samples of chocolate and buy some yummy chocolate if you wish. Also visit the Nobbies wildlife wonderland and then to the famous penguin parade to visit the beautiful little penguins that travel from the sea to their nest on and near the beach of Summerlands.

Day 05 Puffing Billy/ Yarra valley (B/L)

After breakfast,  take the Puffing Billy ride on Australia’s most famous and oldest steam train. Travel one way from Belgrave to Menzies Creek, the Yarra Valley Chocolateir. Have Lunch at Ferguson winery vineyard (Western and Vegetarian) and 2 wineries for wine tasting. Later, transfer to the airport in time for your onward destination.

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