Coach Tour From Sydney To Victoria

Coach Tour From Sydney To Victoria

Day 1: Sydney to South Durras

Heathcote

About an hour from Sydney’s CBD the Princes Highway skirts the edge of Royal National Park to arrive at Heathcote. It was briefly known as Bottle Forest until 1835 when the Surveyor General Sir Thomas Mitchell named it after a soldier who fought with him against Napoleon. A good place to get a full tank before heading south.

Murramarang Aboriginal Area

stretch your legs in the National Park, the Murramarang Aboriginal Area contains ancient middens built up by the Aboriginal people who lived here for thousands of years. Its short 2.2km walking track is easy for most ages and finishes with a rewarding swim near Bull Pup Point.

Day 2: South Durras to Lakes Entrance

Tilba

In the heart of River, Cottage country is some amazing treats including the ABC Cheese Factory, Mrs Jamieson’s 117 varieties of Tilba Fudge made by hand with local butter and cream and the dazzling array of old-fashioned sweets from Tilba Sweet Spot.

Take a break at Cabbage Tree Creek

An hour and a bit into Victoria along the A1 is an old- fashioned country general store in Cabbage Tree Creek called the Bush were Cafe. It’s a well-positioned pit stop selling homemade pies, burgers, sauces and cordials alongside steak sandwiches and bushies’ cooking gear.

Rest at Eastern Beach, Lakes Entrance

At NowaNowa the A1 drops south through Lake Tyers to meet the ocean at Lakes Entrance where you’ll find the NRMA Eastern Beach, Holiday Park. Its villas and camping sites are close to the lake and seawater, making it an excellent spot for adventurers young and old. You could kayak across Cunninghame Arm, explore Flagstaff Hill, dive into the ocean at Ninety Mile Beach, leap onto a jumping pillow or race each other in pedal karts. Or you could relax by the solar heated pool. Buy some local seafood and produce at the shops nearby and enjoy a meal in the BBQ area or large camp kitchen.

Day 3: Lakes Entrance to Melbourne

Detour to Nar Nar Goon

An hour before you get to Melbourne make a pit stop at Nar Nar Goon off the C433 to view this little town’s public murals depicting country town life a century ago. They’re as impressive in size as some of the laneway art you’ll encounter in the big city, though with their own gentler charm.

Stay at Melbourne Docklands

Positioned in the southern heart of Melbourne’s CBD near Southern Cross Station, Travelodge Docklands is a modern and family-friendly hotel in easy walking distance or tram ride to many of the city’s best shops, cafes and entertainment and, and less than a block from the Etihad Stadium if you’ve booked for an AFL match or concert.

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