Drive between two of Australia’s most vibrant cities via a
dramatic coastline with a variety of scenery, from hinterland to
lakes, mountains, beaches, national parks, historic towns and
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Collect your car in Sydney and drive south on the Grand Pacific Drive
towards Jervis Bay, known for its white sandy beaches, turquoise sea and
resident dolphins. Overnight at Paperbark Camp. (N)
Travel through Narooma and the beautiful fishing town of Batemans
Bay to Tilba Tilba. Stay overnight at the Bryn at Tilba with its stunning
coastal setting. (B)
Continue along the Sapphire Coast and pass through Merimbula. En
route, visit Eden, where there is a fascinating killer whale museum,
before crossing into Victoria. Stay at Gipsy Point Lakeside, Croajingolong
National Park. (B)
Follow the coast on the Princess Highway to the largest inland lake
system in Australia, the Gippsland Lakes. From here, visit Ninety Mile
Beach or take a walk in the surrounding forests and mountains. Stay
1 night at Waverley House Cottages in Lakes Entrance. (B)
Travel inland or continue on the longer scenic coastal route to Phillip
Island, stopping along the way at Wilson Promontory where there are
forests, secluded coves and granite outcrops. This evening, go to Penguin
Parade and observe the world’s smallest penguins. Overnight at Glen Isla
Drive to Melbourne to drop off your car. Overnight at the Crown
Promenade. Depart the next day. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
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