Sydney Melbourne Coastal Drive

5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS
AU-TC4N-SYD-MEL
FROM AUD 668 PER PAX

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Highlights

  • Sea Cliff Bridge
  • Illawarra Fly Tree Walk
  • Jervis Bay
  • Bega Cheese Heritage Centre
  • Lakes Entrance

Inclusions

  • 4 nights accommodation
  • 5 days car rental (24hr = 1 day rental) with auto transmission unlimited mileage and zero excess, pick-up ex-downtown and FREE GPS
  • Admission and/or sightseeing as per itinerary

Itinerary

Depart Sydney via Princes Highway, and embark on the Grand Pacific Drive route. The highlight is the 665 metres Sea Cliff Bridge. Stop here for photo taking opportunity. Continue to Wollongong. Veer from the coastline and head inland to Illawarra. Visit Illawarra Fly Tree Walk, an elevated steel canopy walk through the rainforest. Continue south to Kiama. Visit the famous Kiama blowhole, and witness spectacular plume of water shooting up to 60m (weather permitting).

Travel south towards Hyams Beach for its world’s whitest sand, and Jervis Bay for exciting dolphin cruise. Whales can be seen here between June-October. Batemans Bay is a bustling holiday township, known for its seafood, particularly oysters, which have a reputation for being some of Australia's best.

Stop at historic Central Tilba, the National Trust-listed working village where you can see a wood turner, cobbler, baker and leather maker at work. Stop by Bega Cheese Heritage Centre. Eden is an old whaling town. Find out more about the whaling industry, shipwrecks, fishing and navigation at the Killer Whale Museum.

The town of Mallacoota is a coastal village surrounded by the Croajingolong National Park, recognised by UNESCO as a World Biosphere Reserve, with a diverse ecosystem featuring over 1,000 native plants and more than 300 bird species. In Bass Strait, you can spot seals and dolphins at play. Travel south to Cape Conran Coastal Park, which is a great place for camping, bushwalking and home to many kangaroos, koalas and emus. Lakes Entrance - buy fresh seafood when the daily catch arrives on trawlers or enjoy a meal at local restaurants where that fresh seafood is always on the menu.

Travel on Princes Highway o Melbourne. If time permit, detour to Wilsons Promontory where wildlife abounds. There are many walking tracks through eucalypt forests and wildflowers to secluded coves, stunning white sand beaches and granite mountains

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