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Melbourne to Adelaide via The Great Ocean Road (Self Drive)

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This 10 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Melbourne and out of Adelaide
  • Rental Car for 11 days
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Melbourne
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Apollo Bay (Great Ocean Road)
  • Hotel for 1 night in Port Fairy (Great Ocean Road)
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Robe
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Adelaide

The best of Australia! Begin your adventure in Melbourne (the second most popular city in Australia). Then drive to Apollo Bay (where you can find a baste collection of relics salvaged from shipwrecks, Aboriginal artifacts, historical photographs and pioneer displays). After that, continue to Port Fairy (home of the Wishart Galley, Port Fairy's best gallery; set in a historic bank building, is run by the former curator of the Warrnambool Art Galley). Last but not least, visit the fascinating city of Adelaide (this beautiful place offers to visitor’s fabulous beaches and natural attractions, sensational food, gorgeous weather, and some of the world's most acclaimed vineyards). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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Trip Summary

  • Melbourne

    Melbourne is the cultural and sporting capital of Australia, the city is filled with a vast array of attractions including a mix of Victorian and contemporary architecture with edgy street art, beautiful tree line streets filled and hidden laneways with food and shopping arcades. The surrounding areas of Victoria are truly magnificent boasting a dramatic cliff-lined coast, National Parks, Yarra Valley wineries and the Great Ocean Road. Visit Melbourne for world class sports events, festivals and its captivating gold rush past. The city has something for everyone.

    Explore the Queen Victoria Market, Federation Square, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Shrine of Remembrance, National Gallery of Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens, St. Paul`s Cathedral, Eureka Skydeck, Dandenong Ranges, Degraves Street, City Circle Tram, Philip Island, Flinders Street Station, Puffing Billy, Yarra Valley Wineries and so much more!

  • Apollo Bay

    Apollo Bay is a beachside village embraced by tranquil beaches and a rolling hills postcard backdrop. Home to the Great Otway National Park and reached by the Great Ocean Road a great location for exploring the sand, the coastline and the rainforests with hidden waterfalls, streams and fireflies. Apollo Bay is the entry point to Australia`s most celebrated short and multi-day walks and a place to discover the majesty of the forest versus the magnitude of the ocean.

    Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
    Must See`s:
    Great Otway National Park, Cape Otway Lightstation, Marengo Reefs Marine Sanctuary, and so much more!

  • Port Fairy

    Port Fairy is full of history seen in the 19th-century cottages and historic buildings with stunning architecture that run along the Norfolk Pine lined wide streets. There are over 50 historic buildings classified by the National Trust found in this quaint fishing town that sits at the end of the breathtaking Great Ocean Road. Visitors can explore a myriad of charming shops and vibrant galleries, stroll the historic streets and muse at magnificent museums. Situated along the coast there are plenty of beaches to stop at and take in the breathtaking views, relax and enjoy fine wine and food at one of the many great cafes, pubs, and restaurants.

    Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
    Must See`s:
    Whale Bone Gallery, The Wharf Area, Port Fairy Surf School, 180 Mile By Bike Gallery, Griffiths Island, The History Center, and so much more!

  • Robe

    Situated along the sparkling Limestone Coast in South Australia, Robe is a coastal delight and a great place for a relaxing retreat. The historic port here houses several heritage buildings and the town boasts a number of interesting museums and a historical center where visitors can uncover the history and culture of this beautiful seaside town. History buffs will love the Caledonian Inn and the Moorakyne House, enjoy scenic views from Beacon Hill and dine on delicious food and fine wine in a host of cute cafes, pubs, and restaurants.

    Recommended Stay: At least 2 nights
    Must See`s:
    Robe Beach, Cape Dombey Obelisk, Lake Robe, Robe Gaol Ruins, Little Dip Conservation Park, Customs House, Robe Town Brewery, and so much more!

  • Adelaide

    The majestic city of Adelaide is an attractive city surrounded by spacious parklands and gardens, situated on the eastern side of Gulf St. Vincent. Adelaide is the `Festival State` and recognized as one of the best festival cities in the world and the host to exciting festivals such as the Fringe Festival, Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide Writers` Week and WOMADelaide. Visitors will enjoy exploring the stylish architecture around the city along with an excellent selection of interesting museums. Adelaide offers some of the best restaurants in Australia with delicious world-class cuisine. There are endless shopping opportunities in the city and endless opportunities for a great night out. Check out the beautiful beach at Glenelg and explore the breathtaking wine regions in the sprawling Adelaide Hills region.

    Visit and explore the Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide Zoo, Adelaide Oval, South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia, Rundle Mall, National Wine Centre of Australia and so much more!