About us

A responsible travel company for active adventures.


“On a Coastline
Adventures tour,

you won’t feel like
you’re on a tour”

Mission Statement

Coastline Adventures provides local, small group adventures to undiscovered must-see destinations. We want to define the future of tourism by getting off the beaten track and showing visitors and locals alike new and exciting places and activities. We promote equality and welcome people from all walks of life on our tours, with friendship and social responsibility at the heart of our organisation.

Coastline Adventures Tours

The essence of our tours is that you're not going to feel like you're on a tour. We are locals, and genuinely love doing the activities that we offer.

Surf at Victorian beaches, be amazed in the Aussie Outback, drink craft beer in Melbourne's hip inner city suburbs and shred the Aussie snow!

Our Story

Jane and Erin met surfing at University and love exploring Melbourne together. Jane studied Journalism and Australian Indigenous studies, while Erin's focus was on Marketing and the Portuguese language.

After building years of experience tour guiding, surf instructing and travelling the world, they have come together to share their expertise of Victoria. Erin is our expert on Melbourne history, food, coffee and street art, while Jane is our expert on Melbourne gardens, beaches and festivals.

Responsible Tourism

Coastline Adventures is responsible tour company.

How we are being responsible
We make sure our carbon emissions are as low as possible. We want to combat climate change with every tour we run.
We partner with i=Change to support Women, First Nations people, disadvantaged youths and families suffering from domestic violence.
LGBTQIA+ equality and anti-discrimination are top of our list and you can feel safe and included when on one of our tours.
Black lives matter. We are anti-racist and all of our staff undergo anti-racism training. We also try to promote diverse people on our website and marketing.
koala icon Animals are not for touching. If we come across any wildlife on our tours we keep a safe distance, do not touch them and definitely do not feed them.
aboriginal flag icon We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we work, live and travel. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.