Wilsons Promontory National Park Walk to Squeaky Beach
The journey from Melbourne to Wilsons Promontory will take you around 3 hours. Wilsons Promontory is a beautiful National Park where you can enjoy a walk to Squeaky Beach, or further along the coast where there are plenty more beaches awaiting to be explored. Hike Mount Oberon which takes around one hour from the car park. For beautiful photography, hike Mount Oberon during the sunset or sunrise to capture those soft pastel colours
Gippsland Lakes from Wilsons Promontory National Park
From Wilsons Promontory National Park make your way to Gippsland Lakes. The drive will take around 3 hours. The Gippsland Lakes are a network of lakes and lagoons where you can swim and surf. The best way to spend the afternoon here is by getting on a sail to explore the lakes. Great, because you can visit the Ninety Mile Beach which is a 90-mile-long stretch of pristine golden sand.
The Picturesque Village of Pambula
The picturesque village of Pambula is one of the highlights along Australia’s stunning Sapphire Coast. Pambula’s highlights are its amazing fine, sandy beaches, the Ben Boyd National Park that surrounds it, an abundance of wildlife; and of course, the succulent oysters from the nearby oyster farms. You can easily spend a few days or even a week in Pambula without getting bored.
Jervis Bay Boomerang Coast
On the Melbourne to Sydney section of the Boomerang Coast, you’ll have the chance to camp in state forests and by beaches; two of my favourite spots are Army Camp near Jervis Bay and Scrubby Creek Rest Area, which has some great walking tracks, located near Eden.
From Jervis Bay, take the route to Sydney which should take around 3 hours of driving. Here is some info on where to stay in Sydney to help you plan your accommodation in advance. It’s time to rest and spend a few days exploring Sydney, before getting back on the campervan, taking the route further North, towards Brisbane.
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