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Historically, known as Emerald Hill it was one of the first of Melbourne's suburbs to adopt full municipal status and is one of Melbourne's oldest suburban areas notable for its well preserved Victorian era streetscapes. This 4-day Twelve Apostles Walk is one of the Great Walks of Australia, a collection of walks that take you into ancient rainforests and vast national parks, among other breathtaking environments.
After pick up from your Melbourne city hotel or Federation Square, travel through the vast volcanic plains on route to Geelong where you have time to stroll along the beautifully transformed waterfront.
The first stop along the coast is at Bells Beach, a famous surfing beach. The focus then turns to Australian native wildlife as you have the opportunity to observe Eastern Grey Kangaroos in the wild.
You'll then begin traveling the very scenic, cliff-hugging section of the Great Ocean Road. After lunch in Lorne, you'll stop at many scenic spots including Kennett River where you can see koalas and many colorful native birds in the wild.
Dinner tonight is at the iconic Chris's Restaurant. The first stop is at Castle Cove overlooking the Aire River valley. You'll arrive as the stacks are lit with the morning sun making them perfect for photos and crowd free. After hearing of the creation of the stacks and holding some of the limestone rock you can explore the boardwalks or brave a helicopter flight along the coastline own expense. The journey then continues through Warrnambool and onto Tower Hill Game Reserve where you may have the chance to see koalas, kangaroos and emus.