Astounding Australia road trip with tours & optional Kangaroo Island stay

11 destinations across New South Wales, Victoria, Great Ocean Road & South Australia

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Twelve Apostles

Sydney

Byron Bay

The Old Clare Hotel, Sydney

Connell room, The Old Clare Hotel

Blue Mountains

Dolphin Sands, Jervis Bay

Garden room, Dolphin Sands

Dolphin Sands, Jervis Bay

Tanja Lagoon Camp

Luxury Safari tent, Tanja Lagoon Camp

Luxury Safari tent, Tanja Lagoon Camp

McMillans of Metung

McMillans of Metung

McMillans of Metung

One Bedroom cottage, McMillans of Metung

One Bedroom cottage, McMillans of Metung

Safari-style tent, Wilderness Retreats

Melbourne

The Cullen, Melbourne

Studio suite, The Cullen

Great Ocean Road

Captain’s at the Bay, Apollo Bay

Loch Ard Gorge

Great Ocean Road

Bridge suite, Captain’s at the Bay

Great Ocean Road

Oscars Waterfront Boutique Hotel

Courtyard room, Oscars Waterfront Boutique Hotel

Great Ocean Road

D'Altons Resort, Halls Gap

Spa studio, D'Altons Resort

Carolynne's Cottages, Naracoorte

Possum's Paradise cottage, Carolynne's Cottages

Possum's Paradise cottage, Carolynne's Cottages

The Watson Hotel, Adelaide

Studio suite, The Watson Hotel

Adelaide

Kangaroo Island Wilderness Retreat

Courtyard suite, Kangaroo Island Wilderness Retreat

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

An epic self-drive Australia tour, with highlights including Sydney and the Blue Mountains, phenomenal Jervis Bay, National Parks, Melbourne, the spectacular Great Ocean Road, Adelaide and an optional Kangaroo Island escape

Days 1-2: Sydney

Discover this cosmopolitan city on a Morning City Harbour & Bondi Beach walking tour, taking in the historic Rocks area, Sydney Opera House, Kings Cross, Darling Harbour, Chinatown and more. Afterwards, take it easy with a seafood buffet lunch cruise around spectacular Sydney Harbour.

Day 3: Sydney - Blue Mountains - Sydney

Go from slick Sydney’s to the cool air of the Blue Mountains on an awe-instilling tour. Interspersed with deep ravines, tiny hamlets, waterfalls and rainforest, this World Heritage-listed region is a must.

Day 4: Sydney - Jervis Bay

Today, self-drive to the historic township of Huskisson, the perfect base for discovering Jervis Bay, a paradise beach often said to have the whitest sand in the world.

Distance from Sydney: 200km

Day 5-6: Jervis Bay - Tanja


Start the day with a Morning Dolphin Eco Cruise in Jervis Bay, a marine park home to over 100 bottlenose dolphins. Afterwards, travel to Central Tilba, a National Trust-listed village and crafts hub. Here, you’ll visit a century-old cheese museum where you can sample some of the 15 varieties. Arrive in Tanja and spend the following day at leisure.

Distance from Jervis Bay: 240km

Day 7: Tanja - Metung

Drive south through fishing villages and National Parks to Metung, the gateway to Gippsland Lakes - a haven for anyone who loves the water.

Distance from Tanja: 330km

Days 8-9: Metung - Wilsons Promontory National Park

Continue driving until you reach the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, a region abundant with granite mountains, rainforests and beaches. Spend the following day at leisure.

Distance from Metung: 270km

Days 10-11: Wilsons Promontory National Park - Melbourne

After a leisurely drive to Melbourne, spend the next morning getting to know the city on a Lanes & Arcades Walking Tour with a local guide. Discover independent shops and homegrown designers, who you’ll have the opportunity to chat with. Spend the afternoon at leisure.

Distance from Wilsons Promontory National Park: 215km

Day 12: Melbourne - Apollo Bay


Drive southwest through the surfing meccas of Geelong and Torquay, picking up the iconic Great Ocean Road to the coastal paradise of Apollo Bay.

Distance from Melbourne: 185km


Day 13: Apollo Bay - Port Fairy

Take your time along the Great Ocean Road, one of the most incredible driving routes on the planet, where you’ll see the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the Bay of Islands and Loch Ard Gorge en route to Victoria's historic Port Fairy.

Distance from Apollo Bay: 190km

Days 14-15: Port Fairy - Halls Gap

Travel to Grampians National Park and Halls Gap, where dramatic rock formations, fascinating Koori rock art, amazing flora and fauna and 50 walking trails await. Spend the next day at leisure.

Distance from Port Fairy: 260km

Day 16: Halls Gap - Naracoorte

Cross the Grampians National Park on your way to Naracoorte, known for its limestone caves. Learn about the Limestone Coast at The Sheep’s Back Museum and Limestone Landscapes Exhibition.

Distance from Halls Gap: 215km

Days 17-19: Naracoorte - Adelaide


Depart Naracoorte for Adelaide, a sophisticated city surrounded by wineries. Soak up the relaxed pace as you wind down your adventure.

Distance from Naracoorte: 340km


Optional extension, days 18-21: Adelaide - Kangaroo Island - Adelaide

Carry on to Cape Jervis and catch a ferry to Kangaroo Island - an unspoilt wilderness and habitat for huge numbers of wildlife. On your way back to Adelaide, traverse the Southern Vales wine region and scenic McLaren Vale.

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