Melbourne to Newcastle Bus Tour

Melbourne to Newcastle Bus Tour

Best Melbourne to Newcastle Bus Tour Overland

Melbourne to Phillip Island Bus Tour

Head southeast from the heart of vibrant Melbourne and within an hour the wide sandy beaches and charming coastal towns of the Mornington Peninsula will stretch out before you. Take a swim alongside dolphins and seals on tranquil Port Phillip Bay with award-winning Moonraker Charters, or challenge yourself further by climbing into a kayak for an open water experience to remember with Bayplay.

Phillip Island to Wilsons Promontory Bus Tour

Join the popular Wildlife Coast Cruises to Seal Rocks for a barking conversation with the local seals and then spend a few hours in the peaceful surrounds of the Koala Conservation Centre. Walk the boardwalks and get up close with Australia’s cuddliest animal. Explore the island’s tranquil wetlands, flush with migratory birds, before journeying to the imposing granite cliffs and golden beaches of Cape Woolamai. 

Wilsons Promontory to Metung Bus Tour

Begin with a walk amid the natural beauty of the vast Wilsons Promontory National Park, which covers 50 thousand hectares. Follow one of the many walking tracks through eucalypt forests to secluded coves, white sand beaches and granite outcrops. Hike to the summit of Mt Oberon for views of the rugged coastline and distant hills or wander through the temperate rainforest of Lilly Pilly Gully.

Metung to Mallacoota Bus Tour

Greet the Metung with a bayside cup of tea before setting sail around Australia’s largest group of inland waterways. Take a cruise through myriad lakes and rivers and get close to native birds and kangaroos grazing by the water, or throw down your anchor a while and feed the local pelicans.

Mallacoota to Narooma Bus Tour

Swim in Victorian waters at Mallacoota’s popular Betka Beach or peaceful Secret Beach. Prepare for the next leg of your journey by stretching your legs on the one-and-a-half-hour Narrows Walk along the stunning Mallacoota Inlet shoreline, or venture further out to Gabo Island, a 13-kilometre boat trip. 

Narooma to Jervis Bay Bus Tour

Wake yourself up with a splash in the warm waters of Narooma’s Surf Beach and charge up your camera for the ancient rock formations known as the Glasshouse Rocks located at the beach’s southern end. Head along the highway through the lush forest until you hit the water again at the popular holiday spot of Batemans Bay, less than an hour away. 

Jervis Bay to Sydney Bus Tour

Emerge from your accommodation and spend the morning amid nature’s wonders in Jervis Bay National Park. Take in sensational coastal views and enjoy ample birdwatching opportunities along the White Sands Walk from Greenfield Beach to Hyams Beach, said to have the whitest sand in the world.

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