Ramp up the adrenaline as you go wild at Lorne Livewire Park, the ultimate elevated adventure in the heart of the Great Ocean Road region. Departing from Melbourne, you will experience some of the diverse iconic delights along the winding route, before three hours of fun amongst the treetops.
Combine incredible scenery with adrenaline-pumping fun on this Great Ocean Road tour from Melbourne to Lorne Livewire Park. Whether you’re a tourist or a local, this is the perfect day out for families, travellers, and anyone keen for some excitement.
You’ll be picked up to head out in the early morning with a small group of no more than 11 people, making your way out west towards Australia’s surf capital, Torquay. Torquay is the first stop along the Great Ocean Road and the perfect place to enjoy some delicious morning tea and panoramic views of the southern ocean.
Just down the road you’ll check out the famous Bells Beach, and make a quick stop at the Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery to satisfy your sweet tooth. You’ll also stop at Anglesea, Aireys Inlet, Fairhaven Beach and Memorial Arch before your final stop in the seaside town of Lorne. Explore Lorne and enjoy some lunch to fuel up for your epic afternoon adventure.
For three hours from 1pm you can let loose at Lorne Livewire Park. The park has thrilling adventures to suit all ages, so anyone - including the whole family - can have a great time. Kids will take on the kid-friendly obstacles and suspended treetop trails of the Short Circuit, while those 13 years and older can enjoy the challenges of the Super Circuit.
The Super Circuit has everything from mid-air trails to suspended bridges, a Tarzan swing, 10 metre quick jump bungee and more. Next up anyone 10 years and over can feel the thrill of riding the twists, turns, and wild speeds of the 525 metre zipline. Finally, everyone can get involved on the Canopy Circuit, which is an elevated pathway letting you explore 120 metres of pristine rainforest and enjoy views of the Otway Ranges.
By 4pm, you’ll head back to Melbourne after a thoroughly adventurous day of exploring the Great Ocean Road and it’s most exciting treetop attraction.