Connecting two of Australia’s biggest cities, a Sydney to Melbourne road trip is an amazing way to experience the stunning South Coast of Australia. While most will opt for the shorter inland route through Canberra, a coastal drive from Sydney to Melbourne is well worth the extra time and kilometres. The Princes Highway is as beautiful and unique as it is long (1,000 kilometres). It rivals the splendour and variety of Great Ocean Road in terms of beauty and diversity. It is packed with unique treasures that will make for an unforgettable journey. This seaside route includes stunning beaches, rough wilderness and lots of typical Aussie wildlife! I have travelled from Sydney to Melbourne along the Coastal Discovery Drive and would easily put this trip on my list of favourite road trips done Down Under! It is such a nice way to get from Sydney to Melbourne—or vice versa—without the need to fly. These seaside attractions are well worth a stop, even if you only have a few days to drive from Sydney to Melbourne. This Sydney to Melbourne road trip itinerary is best enjoyed over 14 days but can be adjusted to suit any schedule. In this blog post, I’ll offer you a taste of what awaits you on your journey from Sydney to Melbourne as well as some of the must-see attractions in both cities. This isn’t only for people who are travelling between these two cities, but also for those who live in one or both of them and are searching for new ideas.
One of Australia’s most iconic road trips, the Great Ocean Road is a right of passage for any visitor, foreign or Aussie, to the beautiful state of Victoria. A two-day Great Ocean Road Trip, which includes stops in Apollo Bay and Lorne, is ideal for those who don’t have a lot of free time but still want to explore this iconic part of Victoria. This itinerary will allow you to see all of the major sights on the Great Ocean Road without staying too long. Taking a holiday along the Victorian coast will provide you with breathtaking views of green rainforest and rough rock formations that stretch for miles. I assure you’ll want to stay longer than planned. Make sure you have enough snacks, a playlist ready, and battery on your camera to snap photos along the route since this two-day Great Ocean Road excursion will be busy from start to finish. This Great Ocean Road 2-day itinerary will show you all the best things to do and the best places to stop at when you do a Great Ocean Road self-drive road trip.
Are you looking for the perfect Melbourne to Adelaide road trip? The one that will make your friends jealous and show them what an incredible time you had? Look no further, because this Melbourne to Adelaide 7-day journey is just what you need! Plan your dream coastal road trip from Melbourne to Adelaide with this extensive Melbourne to Adelaide road trip itinerary. I’ll show you how to spend the perfect 7 days travelling over some of Australia’s most epic coastline routes. This is one of my favourite areas in Australia. I did this road trip as part of a larger journey from Sydney to Adelaide. From Melbourne onwards, I must say that I was most impressed. This section of Australia, from the Great Ocean Road to Barossa Valley and Kangaroo Island, is breathtaking. I traveled by campervan, spending nights on typical Australian campsites while listening to kangaroos, koala’s, and kookaburra’s as our noisy neighbors. In this article, I’ll show you the top viewpoints to see on your Melbourne to Adelaide road trip, as well as what you may discover and experience.
Melbourne is a stunning city that offers travelers the perfect balance of Melbourne’s heritage and Melbourne’s modernity. Melbourne has something for everyone, with beaches, parks, pubs, restaurants and more. I grew up in the Netherlands, and this was my first experience living in another country on my own. When I first moved to Australia, most of you didn’t know that I’d spent four months living in Melbourne. This interesting metropolis is known for its coffee drinking culture, outstanding arts and cultural events, and wonderful shopping options. If you want to see what Melbourne is all about, make a city tour of the laneways covered in brilliant gravity, drink coffee at hidden cafés, and spend evenings viewing art galleries. The metropolis is sophisticated, gritty, and well-known for its four seasons in one day (be careful), and it’s a must-see while traveling In this Melbourne 3-day itinerary, I’ll show you the finest sites to visit when visiting Melbourne, including a drive along the Great Ocean Road. Let’s get started…