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Victoria & New South Wales
Start: Sydney Finish: Melbourne
Total Distance: 2500 km
Duration: 16-20 Days

Sydney  To >>>
  Ulladulla - 217 km
Pick up your motorhome from our Sydney depot, travel South to Royal National Park, short bushwalks are offered with terrific views. Continue onto Seven Mile Beach National Park. On your way into Ulladulla you will come along Jervis Bay, if you want you can take a walk or watch the Kangaroos at Pebbly Beach.
Overnight: Beach Haven Holiday Resort.

Ulladulla To >>>   Jindabyne - 439 km
Travel south out of Ulladulla along the coast through Batemans Bay. Continue onto Narooma an old Oyster township, you will find many inlets and lakes nearby. Continue on your way along the NSW coast, have a short break at Central Tilba where you can visit a cheese factory. Travel onto Jindabyne via Bega and Cooma.
Overnight: Snowline Caravan Park - Jindabyne

Jindabyne To >>>   Canberra - 171 km
Driving west you will get into Australia's Alpine Region - The Snowy Mountains. Spend some tme taking a bushwalk into the Mt Kosciousko Area. Drive back to Cooma, have a short refreshment stop and a stroll around the township, and head north towards Canberra.
Overnight: Canberra Motor Village

Spend the day to explore Australia's capital city. A good starting point is the Visitor's Centre at Northborne Ave. They feature a lot of Canberra's background and give you a good overview of what to do and what to see. 30 km out of Canberra at Tidbinbilla, there is one of the world's three space tracking stations. If you are interested in science, this might be a site you shouldn't miss.
Overnight: Canberra Motor Village

Canberra To >>>   Albury - 444 km
There are different possibilities to get to Albury. The most scenic way will be through the Snowy Mountains, but this might also take a bit longer than via Gundagai.
Overnight: Trek 31 Tourist Park

Albury  To >>>   Echuca  -245 km
Today you travel upstream to along the Murray River to Echuca. You pass one of Australia's most fertile areas with lots of vineyards, dairy farms and citrus orchards.
Many of the small river towns have museums and well-preserved old buildings from the riverboat era that recall the colourful age.
Overnight: Echuca Caravan Park

It is worth spending the day in Echuca, where two rivers join popular Murray River. Visit the old port, which is now a museum, and take a ride on a paddle steamer. You will find various other attractions informing you about the old times of Echuca.
Overnight: Echuca Caravan Park

Echuca To >>>   Ballarat - 237 km
The first part of your tour today will take you through Bendigo, where you can visit the pottery works and join a guided tour.
Next you can drive a little detour to Maldon, here you will encounter the 'Notable Town'. An award given for intact and valuable historic architecture. The next part of your tour leads you through Castlemaine. Here you can visit the Wattle gully Gold Mine, the Garfield Water Wheel or have a stop at a Dingo farm in Chewton before arriving in Ballarat.
Overnight: Lake Wendouree Tourist Park

Take the day to visit Souvereign Hill and learn more about the gold rush of the 1860's.
Overnight: Lake Wendouree Tourist Park

Ballarat To >>>   Warrnambool -175 km
Leaving Ballarat the great gold mining township you drive through grazing and farming country on your way to Warrambool where the Great Ocean Road begins.
Overnight: Figtree Holiday Village

Warrnnambool To >>>   Port Campbell - 64 km
Spend part of the day relaxing on the beaches before you head on your way to Port Campbell.
Overnight: Port Campbell Caravan Park

Port Campbell  To >>>   Apollo Bay - 111 km
Today's drive will take you through Port Campbell National Park, one of the most scenic drives in Australia. The views are stunning with beautiful rock formations like London Bridge and Loch Ard Gorge. The most popular rock formations are the famous Twelve Apostels, 12 huge stone pillars soaring out of the pounding surf.Take time for a short walk to enjoy the scenery. In the evening you will reach Apollo Bay, a fishing town and resort.
Overnight: Kooringal Holiday Park

Apollo Bay To >>>   Phillip Island - 325 km
Driving along the coast you will pass Lorne and Anglesea. If you want you can climb up Teddy's Lookout just behind the town of Lorne or visit the Erskine Falls. Head northeast to Torquay. Torquay is famous for its beaches. Bell's beach hosts an international surfing championship every Easter and waves can reach six metres or more in this area. Keep driving through Geelong and you will arrive in Melbourne. From here travel south to Dandenong and then onto Phillip Island, which is joined by a bridge to the mainland. Phillip Island is famous for its Penguin Parade at Summerland Beach. Every evening at dusk, the penguins make their way from the beaches to their nests, waddling resolutely across the beach. An amazing spectacle you shouldn't miss.
Overnight: Anchor Belle Holiday Park - Cowes

Phillip Island To >>>   Melbourne -139 km
Drive back into Melbourne and drop off your vehicle at the depot.





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