Cole’s Coaches is an established family business with a depot and booking office situated in Warrnambool, Victoria since 1982. It currently runs operations in Mortlake, Warrnambool, Colac and Geelong with around 50 vehicles.
Cole’s Coaches has a large range of vehicles to suit all markets from eight seater mini-buses to five star 53 seater luxury touring coaches. They are fully accredited through Bus Association Victoria and all vehicles are carefully maintained by qualified mechanics.
The tour drivers are professional and friendly operators that are committed to ensuring that the best service is provided to the travelling public. The tour cook / hosts are chosen for their personalities and culinary skills providing the travelling public with happy faces at meal times.
The booking office has staff that are friendly and helpful and do their utmost to meet the needs of a wide range of clientele including schools, universities, international students, local and State government bodies, sporting clubs, Seniors and Probus clubs and special interest groups.
Cole’s Coaches look forward to the future with great enthusiasm, providing their clients with improved services and options for their trips, and at same time offering an excellent service at a competitive price.
From $415 to $785
Cole’s Coaches can tailor a tour to suit your needs. A two day tour, seeing the very best of Victoria with highlights including the Great Ocean Road, the Grampians National Park and a visit to Ballarat’s Sovereign Hill.
The tour will depart from your Melbourne hotel heading off to the famous Great Ocean Road.
The first stop will be the 12 apostles, a world-renowned iconic feature of the region, followed by Loch Ard Gorge where you can take in awe inspiring scenic views from the cliff. Perfect photographic opportunities.
Next arrive in Port Campbell for lunch and enjoy an outstanding selection of the freshest local produce from an array of restaurants and cafes.
Be immersed into the maritime history of Warrnambool, discovering the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village.
The following day set off towards the Grampians. Take in cultural learnings at the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Stop for photo opportunities at the Grampians scenic look out, showcasing spectacular views followed by lunch in Halls Gap which is the main hub in the heart of the Grampians.
Move on to Ballarat and visit one of Victoria’s most popular attractions, Sovereign Hill. A fabulous recreation of life in Ballarat in the 1850s.