Destination Conservation Experience - Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Road, Victoria

Great Ocean Road, Victoria
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Departs from:
Docklands Ferry Terminal - 131 Harbour Esplanade, Victoria
Departure time:


  • Discover the Great Ocean Road and be awe-struck by the incredible Twelve Apostles, London Arch and Loch Ard Gorge along the Shipwreck Coast
  • Visit iconic Bells Beach, a world-famous surfing location, and the Eastern View Memorial Arch
  • Volunteer and learn a diverse range of practical conservation skills that impact important wetlands, coastal sand dunes, woodlands and more
  • Explore rainforests, waterfalls, inland plains, coastal and mountain regions, plus Otway and Port Campbell National Parks
  • See loads of wildlife such as koalas, kangaroos, emus, brolgas, dolphins and migrating whales (June-Sept), and enjoy the rugged coast line of South West Victoria
  • Experience an abundance of native animals at Tower Hill and enjoy a guided twilight tour to gain insights into Indigenous culture and Aboriginal lifestyles

Program Details

Duration: 5 days / 4 nights - Monday to Friday
Meeting Location: Melbourne 
Departs: 8.45am Docklands Ferry Terminal -131 Harbour Esplanade, Vic
Return Time: 4:00pm, Melbourne Southern Cross Station
Price: A$995 per person


  • Experienced Conservation Volunteers team leader
  • Return transfers from Melbourne (including ferry across Port Phillip Bay)
  • 4 nights’ bunk room accommodation in cabins and backpackers lodging
  • Three meals a day from lunch day 1 to lunch day 5
  • Conservation activities and equipment
  • Visitor inclusions: Bells Beach, Erskine Falls, Cape Otway, Tower Hill Twilight Bush and Nature Walk, Great Ocean Road attractions (Twelve Apostles, London Bridge and Loch Ard Gorge), and You Yangs National Park
  • Certificate of appreciation

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