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－What You Can Expect－
Visit the grand Melbourne Skydeck and set foot in the fastest elevator in the Southern Hemisphere. It only takes 38 seconds to reach the observatory on atop the 88th floor. Feast your eyes on the panoramic view of Melbourne, and search for iconic landmarks such as Mount Dandenong, Yarra River, and Port Phillip City.
Seize the opportunity to go to The Edge, a cage-like lookout extended from the main building with a see-through glass floor where you can look straight down onto Melbourne's busy city streets.
Skydeck Entry Ticket:
At Skydeck, the Southern Hemisphere's highest viewing attraction, the City of Melbourne comes alive in front of your eyes from nearly 300 metres high.
Selecting time(12:00) is just the opening hour, please free to entry on selected date at any time during opening hours
Experience The Best Of The Great Ocean Road Including A Spectacular Sunset
Our Great Ocean Road Sunset Tour is your opportunity to enjoy one of Australia’s most spectacular views at the perfect time of day. The scenic journey in our bus along the Great Ocean Road is a highlight in itself and the perfect prelude to the main event. Idyllic coastal scenery, mysterious local history, and world-famous sights, the essential ingredients for an unforgettable Great Ocean Road one day trip.
Departing Melbourne at around 10.00 am, we enjoy panoramic views of the city and Port Phillip Bay as we cross the Westgate Bridge, Australia’s longest at just under 2.6 kilometres in length. We pass by and learn a little about Victoria’s second-largest city, Geelong, as we make our way towards the Surf Coast, with its enchanting beachside towns and powerful swells.
We make a brief stop at the town of Anglesea, for a chance to walk alongside the beautiful Anglesea River, before continuing the scenic journey along the Great Ocean Road.
At the township of Kennett River, we break for lunch (at your own expense) with an opportunity to stroll among the sweetly-scented eucalyptus trees to locate local koalas in their native habitat. There is a large koala population here and numerous sightings are guaranteed. From here, we travel onwards through the Otway Ranges to the Shipwreck Coast and the iconic rock formations of the Port Campbell National Park.
Our first stop is Loch Ard Gorge where 52 lives were lost and only 2 souls survived the wreck of the Loch Ard in 1878. Your guide will recount the legend of the Loch Ard, bringing the gorge to life in a way you never imagined. We take time to explore here, with more rock formations to see, including the Razorback, the Dumpling Pots and the delightful Island Archway.
We have been advised by Parks Victoria that access to the gorge at Loch Ard Gorge will be closed until some time in Spring 2023 (i.e. September-November) due to dangerous cliff movement near the Upper Lookout, which could cause a collapse.
We will still be visiting this location, as there are many other interesting & spectacular viewpoints around the area above the gorge.
As the sun approaches the horizon we make our way to our final sightseeing destination. Prepare to be amazed by the majestic monoliths of the Twelve Apostles. Enjoy a genuine spectacle watching the colours of the sky and the land transform in the evening light.
We break up the homeward journey with a dinner stop (at your own expense) in the regional town of Colac. We then continue on, enjoying views of the illuminated city as we again cross the Westgate Bridge on the approach to Melbourne.
With drop off right back to your inner city accommodation, you’ll remember this day as a true highlight of your Australian holiday.
Opening hours: Daily 9am - 5pm
Visit Melbourne Zoo, home to over three hundred amazing species of wildlife. Watch koalas up close, cuddle with cute kangaroos, or watch adorable penguins and seals in their underwater world. Take the family for a fun zoo day with these tickets from FIT Travel!
Lion Gorge: Roar with big cats on our magnificent carnivores trail: Lion Gorge. Come face-to-face with some of our most impressive carnivores (and one or two omnivores), including Sumatran Tigers, African Lions, Snow Leopards, and the Reticulated Python. Compare toothy grins, and learn about their habitats and survival threats as you wander this leafy walkway.
Trail of the Elephants: Stroll through the tall bamboo as you spot the Asian Elephants, Sumatran Tiger, Orangutans and Siamangs along the Trail of the Elephants. Don't forget to pop by the warm tropical Butterfly House!
Main Trail: On the Main Trail, you can stroll past our resident frogs, reptiles, mammals and birds. Check out the incredible conservation work at the World of Frogs, and see giraffes, meerkats, zebras and more. The Main Trail takes you past the Carousel Park and interactive experiences such as Keeper Kids and connects to both the main entrance and the rail gate.
Growing Wild: Little animal lovers are sure to go bananas over Growing Wild, our interactive play area designed especially for children aged three to eight. Here, kids can scamper beside meerkats, crawl inside a Giant Tortoise shell, and come face-to-face with Brush Turkeys, reptiles, insects and more. Young ones can explore the animals, sculptures, tunnels and sounds as they let their imaginations run wild.
Wild Sea: Go deep underwater at Wild Sea. This incredible space showcases the amazing animals and natural beauty of Victoria’s coast and ocean. Wander the beach with its sand dunes and pier, watch penguins play and seals frolic, and learn about our work to conserve these incredible sea animals in an immersive, family-friendly experience.
Gorilla Rainforest: Head deep into the jungles of Africa where lemurs roam, gorillas rule and tree-top apes and monkeys sing from the top of their lungs. You can also meet Melbourne Zoo's Pygmy Hippopotamus, the Cassowary and other animals along the way.
Australian Bush: Take an all Aussie adventure through the wild Australian bush. Say g’day to Southern Koalas, Tasmanian Devils, wombats, kangaroos and a whole range of native birdlife including, Red-tailed Black Cockatoos, parrots, honeyeaters and more. Learn all about these amazing animals, and discover a selection of Australia’s 20,000 flowering plants as you pass through this scenic trail.
Once a booking is confirmed, requests for alterations or cancellation will not be granted
NOTE: FIT TRAVEL would adopt suppliers' cancellation policy. Cancellation fees, if any by the suppliers, will be charged according to the supppliers' cancellation policy ( FIT TRAVEL does not charge additional cancellation fees ).
If the prodduct can be cancelled within a period of time, please email us at least 2 business days prior to this cancellation date to cancel the product, based on the tour local time zone.
If cancellation is successful, refund would be conducted within 7-28 days.
Cancellation notification needs to be formally replied receipt by us during our office hours as acknowledgement.
Once cancellation is confirmed, you will receive your refund within 14 business days. With this specific product's cancellation policy, the suppliers reserve the right of final interpretation.
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