Great Ocean Road, Place of Two Voices 5D/4N

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Koalas fight for real-estate in trees on Cape Otway, overlooking a roaring southern ocean. Nearby, carnivorous snails hunt through ancient rainforest, dripping with filmy ferns. The Great Ocean Road sweeps majestically to Warrnambool, breeding ground for Southern Right Whales in winter and Little Penguins in summer. Descending into Tower Hills volcanic crater, you enter a living museum where emus, echidnas, koalas and kangaroos roam wild. Away from the Great Ocean Roads most famous landmarks, these are some of the most exciting wildlife experiences in Australia.


Highlights

  • Contribute to valuable conservation work on Koalas and Tiger Quolls
  • Participate in animal rehabilitation and monitoring work
  • See Koalas, Eastern Grey Kangaroos, Emus and night animals with a local Aboriginal cooperative
  • Discover the history of Warrnambools settlement

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