With Restrictions Lifting In Victoria, The Great Ocean Road Is Calling Once Again...

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Pack Your Bags And Hit The Great Ocean Road!

Despite being Australia's second smallest sate, Victoria packs a BIG punch. From world-class theatres, restaurants, bars and parks in Melbourne, to the quiet yet charming allure of quiet coastline, the state offers countless diverse experiences. The best part? These magnificent attractions are all stitched together by one spectacular route, the Great Ocean Road!

With Victoria slowly reopening for travel thanks to a slow in new cases, now is a great time to start planning a trip. We think that the Great Ocean Road is the perfect option as it not only visits an incredibly diverse array of landscapes but is also convenient, and can be travelled directly from Melbourne. We've included a few eye-catching trips below to get you started.
Must-See Sights Along The Way
12 Apostles
Situated in the Port Campbell National Park, the massive limestone structures that tower 45 metres above the tempestuous Southern Ocean, leave its visitors awe-struck in wonder at their size and beauty. Behind the eight remaining stacks are majestic cliffs, around 70 metres high.
The Southern Ocean
The National Heritage listed Great Ocean Road hugs Victoria's western coastline and is your path to the spectacular views and theatrics of the Southern Ocean. The coast line is a tribute to the rhythmic relationship between water and land and often at its best in the eye of a storm.
Port Campbell
National Park
The Port Campbell National Park ranges from Princetown to Peterborough. Photographs of these historic sites have long represented the Great Ocean Road. These include the Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, The Arch and the Grotto, to name a few. Take your time exploring these exquisite coastal lookouts and trails 
Great Otway
National Park
The Great Otway National Park stretches from Torquay through to Princetown and up through the Otways hinterland towards Colac. The park features rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, rock platforms and windswept heathland. In the north, the park features tall forests, ferny gullies, magnificent waterfalls and tranquil lakes. 
Thinking more inland?

Introducing The Lake House
The Lake House lies on the shores of beautiful Lake Daylesford. Walking tracks lead from the property, around the lake and into the Wombat State Forest, complete with local fauna and the abundant health creating mineral springs the area is renowned for. The nearest one bubbles out right on Lake House's doorstep.
Your package includes:
  • one-night accommodation
  • Breakfast daily
  • Four-course a la carte dinner at the beautiful Two Chefs Hats Lake House Restaurant one night
  • Complimentary on-demand in-room movies
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
Package Rates from $385pp per night - Contact your favourite Rheom consultant to book!

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