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$426.68 Private & Custom Tours

Geelong and Queenscliff Trike Tour for Two from Melbourne

This sightseeing tour takes you to the magnificent waterfront precinct of Geelong, then skirts part of Corio Bay from Portarlington to St Leonards before reaching historic Queenscliff. Experience the rush of Geelong's magnificent waterfront precinct where we stop for morning tea. Take some time to explore artwork from artist Jan Mitchell - who has created many characters that have shaped Geelong's history - on the Baywalk Bollard Trail. Take in Cunningham Pier, the Carousel and Eastern Beach before we head off again to Geelong's Botanic Gardens on the way to Portarlington. The wonderful seaside village of Portarlington is famous for its Australian Blue Mussels, celebrated by the Portarlington Mussel Festival on the second Saturday in January. We pass through this village so we can skirt Corio Bay from Portarlington to St Leonards before reaching historic Queenscliff. This route gives you panoramic views across Corio Bay and on a clear day Melbourne's skyline is visible. We follow this esplanade through Indented Heads to St Leonards before heading inland slightly and on to historic Queenscliff - a holiday destination since the 19th century and with significant maritime and military history.The picturesque Queenscliff Harbour is our destination and lunch stop. Surrounded by the Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park you can explore the views across Port Phillip Bay to Point Nepean, over Queenscliff Pier to the Rip - our notorious entrance to Port Phillip Bay - or to other parts of the Bay from atop the 360 degree tower. Watch the Queenscliff - Sorrento ferry arrive or depart or explore the boutique shops at the harbour. Some great shops are also in the town's shopping precinct or take in a walk around Fort Queenscliff.

$575.09 Day Trips & Excursions

Mornington Peninsula Trike Day Tour for Two from Melbourne

Visit Melbourne's glorious Mornington Peninsula with its history, views, vineyards and vitality. Take in the views of Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay and the Peninsula from atop Arthur’s Seat lookout - you can ride up on the trike or you can take the chairlift if you choose. After a break for morning tea you then head to Cape Schanck where you can explore the rugged Cape by walking down to the beach from the headland, make a cairn out of rocks and even explore the lighthouse area. From there your local operator takes you to beautiful Sorrento - where you have lunch - before passing through Portsea as you travel to the historic Point Nepean National Park to spend several hours exploring the area. Here you are guided through the historic Quarantine Station on foot and you can discover the tales to be told of this area. You then catch a Shuttle Bus for a short journey to Fort Nepean - a beautiful coastal area in itself, and also historic as it's where the first artillery shot of the British Empire was fired in World War 1 and also Australia's first artillery shot of World War 2. Explore the Fort and learn of Victoria's fort system and rare lighthouses, and at the same time take in the panoramic views of the entrance to our Bay - one of the world's most dangerous harbour entrances - across The Rip to Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff and explore Point Nepean before heading back.  And if all of that is not enough, you may have time to visit a winery or two, or a gourmet produce outlet of choice - there's lots to see and do!

$604.78 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Best of Victoria 2-Day Tour from Melbourne including Great Ocean Road and Phillip Island

Day 1 - Your driver will pick you up from your hotel and take you inland to Port Campbell before you embark on a spectacular drive along the Great Ocean Road towards Queenscliff. First stop, the awe-inspiring 12 Apostles and time-permitting Loch Ard Gorge to commence the exciting road ahead. You will enjoy a relaxed lunch in Port Campbell and then embark on an exciting trip along the Great Ocean Road. We will head off the beaten track through the Otways Forest to the Great Ocean Road Ecolodge. Here you will have unique access to an ancient Eucalyptus Forest walk for close encounters with native animals. As a passenger with us, you will be contributing to the Great Ocean Ecolodge’s conservation program to protect the local fauna and flora of the region. We will continue along the Great Ocean Road through the tranquil seaside towns of Apollo Bay and Lorne before arriving in Queenscliff in the early evening. Here you will have some free time to enjoy dinner (not included) before retiring to your bed for a well-deserved rest. Day 2 - You will board the Searoad Ferry to cross Port Phillip Bay to arrive in Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula. On board this luxury ferry, you will enjoy a light breakfast and admire the beautiful beaches on arrival towards Sorrento. You will also have a good chance of spotting dolphins on the way.We will drive through the Sorrento, site of the first Victorian settlement and stunning sandstone village before winding our way through the Peninsula to arrive at the world-famous Peninsula Hot Springs for an indulgent soak in natural hot mineral waters* The adventure continues onto Cape Schanck where we will visit the Lighthouse amid stunning coastal scenery. We then drive through the windy roads to Arthur’s Seat where you will be treated to a ride on the new Arthur’s Seat Eagle, a state of the art gondola to fly up to the highest point of the Mornington Peninsula for incredible views across the bay and along the Peninsula.  It's then time for lunch, and depending on the day of travel, we will select one of the incredible dining choices on the Peninsula for a delicious two course lunch and a glass of local wine. After lunch, you can rest a little in the Oceania vehicle as your driver takes you to Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park. In this bushland setting, you will have the chance to meet endangered species, feed kangaroos and wallabies, pet koalas and encounter many Australian native animals. Our final destination will be to Phillip island, and over to the west coast where you will visit the Nobbies and then travel around the coast to the famous Penguin Parade. You will have time to meander along the boardwalk to the viewing platform where you will see the little penguins come ashore, decked out in their tuxedos as they hurry off to find their burrows. It is then time to return to your Melbourne hotel.

$103.15 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

City to Surf Cruise

City to Surf CruiseDepart from Man O’ War steps   Bennelong point near the Opera House  MONDAYSBoarding 9.30am at Man O’ War steps (departs 9.40am)Return 12pm to Man O’ War stepsAdult $139.00Child $109.00 (4-15 years)See the spectacular cliffs of Sydney Heads then travel along the coast to Queenscliff, Manly and Shelly Beach. A unique, World Class tour from sensational Sydney Harbour to Manly ocean beach. Be stunned by the beauty of this Harbour city and its ocean and Harbour beaches aboard HarbourCat, the only vessel touring both the Harbour and ocean beaches.From Man-O-War Steps near the Opera House to Queenscliff ocean beach and return to the Opera House in a 12.5 metre catamaran with 360 degree views. Your 2.5 hour tour will feature some of 20 Sydney Harbour beaches, and islands and landmarks. Enjoy spectacular world class views including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Garden Island, Fort Denison, the fishermen huts of Dobroyd Headland, WW II gun bunkers and the North Head fisherman ladders.- Wave to other friendly boats and surfers- experience the Australian surf from the ocean side- Look for wildlife at seaBenefits • Man O’ War steps (near the Opera House) pick up and drop off • Ocean wildlife is a big possibility • Stable safe vessel • Free coffee and tea available • BYO other food and drinks • Suitable for all ages including tourists with or without families. • Chance to see Manly's picturesque beaches from the Ocean side, wave to the surfboard riders • Sydney Heads and the cliffs North, towards Queenscliff • Play your music on our bluetooth stereo • Child/Pram and wheelchair friendly (standard able toilet facilities) In Summer please bring: • Sunglasses and hat and possibly a warm jacket • Your camera • Any footwear except high heels  Cancellation PolicyWithin 7 days of tour: 100% of ticket price will be charged, alternatively another charter date can be arranged depending on availability. Cancellation is accepted more than 7 days outside of tour date but 20% of the ticket price will charged.RestrictionsWe reserve the right to alter the tour course within the Harbour if conditions don’t allow us offshore.Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.