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Begin your adventure in Sydney, visiting iconic attractions such as Taronga Zoo. Then, begin your road trip north, travelling along the sunny Central Coast with stops at Port Stephens and Coffs Harbour, to see rolling sand dunes and giant bananas! Then it's on to the epicentre of family fun, Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. Relax beachside or opt for a thrill-seeking ride at one of the many theme parks. Continue on to the chic resort town of Noosa for a change of pace, including a day trip to the island paradise of K'gari (Fraser Island). Return to Brisbane via the famous Australia Zoo, and then fly to the tropical north to experience the magic of the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. From here, fly south to Melbourne and journey along the quintessential Great Ocean Road touring route, providing countless opportunities for wildlife spotting and unforgettable photos before looping back to Melbourne.

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This suggested tour costs from AUD$9,270 per person (twin share, low season)

Starts in Sydney, finishes in Melbourne

23 days/22 nights

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 Rental car included

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 1
Private Transfer from Sydney Airport to your accommodation with UltiMate Executive Transfers

On arrival, a private transfer will collect you from Sydney Airport and transfer you to your accommodation.

Arrive into Sydney

Sydney is Australia's most famous city and with almost 20% of the country's population, is also Australia's largest city. Situated on the east coast of Australia it has beautiful white sand beaches, including the famous Bondi Beach and Manly Beach as well as the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and of course, the Sydney Opera House. Rich in history, art, and food Sydney has something for everyone.

Sydney Essential 48h Hop On Hop Off with Big Bus Tours

Experience all the excitement of Australia’s famous Harbour city aboard the Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Beach, open-
top double-decker buses. The Sydney tour is the perfect introduction to this dynamic city, showcasing the iconic landmarks including the impressive arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the glorious Sydney Opera House and the sparkling waters of Sydney and Darling Harbour. The tour passes bustling shops, restaurants and attractions set amongst Colonial, Victorian and postmodern architecture.

Your accommodation: Nesuto Woolloomooloo Sydney Apartments

Nesuto Woolloomooloo Sydney Apartments is situated in the beautiful harbourside suburb of Woolloomooloo, about 900 metres from the heart of Sydney city. It is a 20-minute walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens via the Art Gallery of NSW to Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay, a 15-minute walk to Sydney Tower, Hyde Park and the Sydney Central Business district, close to many sporting facilities such as the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium, whilst being only 30 minutes from Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 2
Explore Sydney

Often mistaken as Australia's capital city, Sydney is a vibrant coastal city with plenty to see and do. Starting in Circular Quay you will catch your first views of the two big icons, Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. From here you can catch one of the quintessential harbour ferries over to Manly Beach or Taronga Zoo, catching a glimpse of Kirribilli House, the Prime Minister's official Sydney residence, on the way over. Kirribilli is also home to one of Sydney's oldest markets at the Kirribilli Neighbourhood Centre twice a month. It is known for its stalls of vintage clothing, arts, delicious street food and its lively community atmosphere - so if you are in town on a market day, you can't miss it. For a relaxing end to your day of exploration, your dinner options are aplenty. From high-end restaurants around Circular Quay that offer amazing views, to the Chinatown food courts and a broad range of eateries at Barangaroo, you will be spoiled for choice.

Aussie Backyard Tour at Taronga Zoo

Aussie Backyard Tour is 1.5 hour walking tour with a Zoo guide including photo opportunities and access to Australian native animals. The tour also includes Zoo entry.

Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer 1 Day Pass

When in Sydney travel like the locals do, on the harbour highway. The best harbour destinations have been combined into one easy to follow ferry timetable. This pass gives you the flexibility to hop-on and hop-off as you like, with the expert local guidance of our onboard crew.

Manly Beach

One of Australia's most famous beaches, Manly Beach is a beautiful seaside town situated among the northern beaches of Sydney, in Manly, New South Wales. It is best known for being the beach where the world's first ever surfing contest was held in 1964. Lined and shaded by picturesque Norfolk pine trees, the beach curves along 2kms, and is actually three beaches in one; South Steyne, North Steyne and Queenscliff. Manly Beach offers up a truly unique landscape combination, with wide ocean beaches on one side and peaceful harbour coves on the other. Active water sports enthusiasts need look no further, as Manly Beach is host to surfing, parasailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and snorkelling options, not to mention the unique saltwater swimming pools. The long, beachfront promenade is an idyllic place for a stroll, bicycle ride, jog, run, or rollerblade. 
No stay in Manly Beach is complete without paying a visit to The Corso, a lively pedestrian mall boasting over 200 bars, eateries, cafes, and retail shops, which is often also host to street performers and musicians. If the retail shops on The Corso haven't satiated your shopping needs, stop by the Manly Markets on the weekend for handmade arts and crafts, jewellery, paintings, and more.

Your accommodation: Nesuto Woolloomooloo Sydney Apartments

Nesuto Woolloomooloo Sydney Apartments is situated in the beautiful harbourside suburb of Woolloomooloo, about 900 metres from the heart of Sydney city. It is a 20-minute walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens via the Art Gallery of NSW to Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay, a 15-minute walk to Sydney Tower, Hyde Park and the Sydney Central Business district, close to many sporting facilities such as the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium, whilst being only 30 minutes from Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport.
Meals included: Lunch

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 3
Choose your style of rental vehicle

Our rental car range includes the latest vehicles from the top suppliers. From economy hatchbacks to SUVs, we can help you decide on a car suitable for this leg of your trip. Insurance can often be included with a small excess or deductible.

Collect your rental car from the Sydney City depot

Head to the Sydney CBD depot today to collect your chosen rental car, and continue your journey.

Sydney to Port Stephens via Central Coast

After departing Sydney through the leafy northern suburbs, take the scenic route to the Central Coast. A popular stop on the way is the Australian Reptile Park, where you can see an array of local animals and even feed a kangaroo or cuddle a koala.
Continuing along the highway, you should take some time to explore the area with towns like Terrigal, Avoca Beach and The Entrance which are home to long sandy beaches, popular surf breaks, and great cafes and restaurants.
Continue north, skirting Lake Macquarie, Australia's largest coastal saltwater lake and pass Newcastle, the second biggest city in NSW, before arriving at Port Stephens.

Free day on the Central Coast

The Central Coast is a vibrant mix of urban hubs, beach towns, and hinterland villages. For years it has drawn in visitors with its great surf spots, whale watching, national parks and chilled-out atmosphere.
Today you might wish to explore the villages of Pearl Beach, Patonga or Terrigal, or relax on one of the many secluded beaches.
If you want to explore some walking trails, we recommend the beautiful Somersby Falls and native birdlife in Brisbane Water National Park.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Hunter Valley Brokenwood Match at Brokenwood Wines - Wine & Canapes Included

Immerse yourself in the world of Brokenwood at their stunning cellar door. A friendly concierge will welcome you and guide you to a cozy tasting pod. Settle in for a guided flight unlike any other. Savor six expertly chosen Brokenwood wines, each paired with a delicious, seasonal canapé. Witness the magic unfold as the flavors dance together, elevating both the food and the wine. This 45-minute experience is perfect for exploring the intricacies of wine and food pairings at your own pace.

Your accommodation: Oaks Port Stephens Pacific Blue Resort

If you are in search of the ultimate chance to unwind, Oaks Port Stephens Pacific Blue Resort is an ideal choice. Located in Salamander Bay and home to one of the largest swimming pools in Australia, the family-friendly resort includes an onsite gymnasium, heated spa, Japanese steam room, and tennis courts.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 193 kms / 120 miles : 2.4 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 4
Explore Port Stephens

Port Stephens is famous for its beautiful beaches, coastal walks, national parks, resident wild dolphins, and pristine waters. There are 26 sandy beaches, some sheltered in bays that are perfect for families as well as swimming, snorkelling and kayaking. The towering Stockton sand dunes are great for sandboarding, quad-biking and horseriding.

Dolphin Discovery Cruise

Port Stephens is home to over 160 resident bottlenose dolphins, and is known as the Dolphin Capital of Australia! These dolphin-watching tours have a high success rate of dolphin sightings and both inside and outside viewing areas. The skipper gives entertaining commentary about these incredible creatures throughout the cruise. Includes morning or afternoon tea depending on your departure time.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - One Hour Quad Bike Tour with Sand Dune Adventures

Live the adventure that promises you a Quad Riding experience like no other with Sand Dune Adventures. Experience the magnificence of the Worimi Sand Dunes on Stockton Beach, riding safely from bush to beach with expert guides. This one-hour quad bike ride takes in the wonders of the highest sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, the glorious views of the sweeping coastline and a chance to learn about the history of the land.

Your accommodation: Oaks Port Stephens Pacific Blue Resort

If you are in search of the ultimate chance to unwind, Oaks Port Stephens Pacific Blue Resort is an ideal choice. Located in Salamander Bay and home to one of the largest swimming pools in Australia, the family-friendly resort includes an onsite gymnasium, heated spa, Japanese steam room, and tennis courts.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 5
Port Stephens to Port Macquarie

Today's drive begins by following the bay around to the north to rejoin the Pacific Highway and cross the Karuah River. Your drive to Port Macquarie is along the Legendary Pacific Coast Drive, one of the state's most beautiful routes. If you aren't in a rush and feel like a detour to explore more of the coast, then you will be rewarded by a stop in Forster. Seafood lovers can relax here over a lazy lunch of freshly oysters while overlooking the water. Port Macquarie is your destination for the day and is home to 17 beaches, beautiful scenic walks, and the Koala Hospital. If time allows, we recommend the 9km Coastal Walk from town to Lighthouse Beach.

Irukandji Shark and Ray Encounter

Unlike the usual aquarium viewing through glass, at Irukandji you can meet the wildlife, pet them, feed them and even share the water with them! Wade with into the shallow water of the tropical lagoon in bare feet, being surrounded by many curious and friendly sharks & rays. Wearing your own clothes, you will mostly stay dry with only your feet and legs becoming wet. Stepping into the water with the animals, is a whole new level of excitement, fear and admiration.

Port Macquarie Koala Hospital - suggested activity

The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital was established in 1973 and is a licensed wildlife rehabilitation facility. The Hospital is a popular tourist attraction which welcomes thousands of national and international visitors every year. The Hospital is also a scientific research, training and education centre.
The Koala Hospital consists of exhibit enclosures, a treatment clinic, intensive care units and rehabilitation yards, many of which have trees for koalas to learn to climb as part of the rehabilitation process. There is also a Koalaseum - a museum for Koalas which provides information on koala evolution and biology and interactive displays so visitors can touch koala fur or look down a microscope at koala poos (scat).
Admission is free, so we recommend bringing some cash to donate to their valuable conservation work.

Your accommodation: Rydges Port Macquarie

The hotel is located in the heart of the Port Macquarie CBD with breathtaking views over the Hastings River. The hotel is situated on the coast, a short walk from local galleries, bars and restaurants. Relax in the hotel's swimming pool or enjoy the bar and Australian menu in the hotel's restaurant.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 232 kms / 144 miles : 2.5 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 6
Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour

From Port Macquarie, head north on Pacific Highway. Around 30 minutes into your journey, you will pass the town of Kempsey. If you are a country music fan, or want learn about country music in Australia, you can stop in at the Slim Dusty Centre. Slim was a country music icon in Australia, and the museum covers his life, as well as costumes, images of Australian life and its people, as well as the music of some of Australia’s finest musicians.Take a detour to the beautiful, relaxed riverside town of Bellingen and stop for a coffee in one of its lovely cafes, or a beer at the local brewery. From here you can also check out the Promised Lands on the Never Never River, a hidden gem with stunningly crystal-clear waters that you can swim in. Head a little further up the B78 highway to take a walk through the breathtaking Dorrigo National Park, and cool off at Dangar Falls just outside of the Dorrigo township.
From here, continue up the Pacific Highway on to Coffs Harbour. Home to the iconic Big Banana, Australia's first "big thing" built back in 1964. Stop at the cafe for a coffee or banana split, or head into town to take a stroll on the Coffs Harbour Jetty.

Giingan Cultural Walking Tour with Wajaana Yaam Adventure Tours

This 2-hour tour takes guests on a cultural journey showcasing the local Gumbaynggirr language, bush tucker and Dreaming stories while walking easy grades through the Orara East State Forest. Your tour guides are all Gumbaynggirr or Aboriginal people who have strong ties to Gumbaynggirr country. Throughout your tour they will teach you about local Gumbaynggirr stories and language, and even help you find bush delicacies that you can sample as you bask in the ambience of the panoramic views, uniquely beautiful rainforest flora, and tranquil sounds of native fauna.

Your accommodation: Discovery Park Emerald Beach

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 142 kms / 88 miles : 1.4 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 7
Coffs Harbour to Surfers Paradise

From Coffs Harbour, snake along the coast for 120km until you reach signs for Yamba. This sleepy hamlet has beaches that rival those of Byron Bay but remains a little more low-profile. Take a stroll on one of the beautiful beaches, or head to the Pacific Hotel for some great views.
From Yamba, return to the Pacific Highway and continue to head north. If you want an opportunity to see another Australian "big thing", take a short detour into Ballina to see the Big Prawn.
From here, continue through to Byron Bay, famous for surfers, social media influences, and health retreats. Stop off at the Byron Bay Lighthouse, perched on Australia's easternmost point. The final part of your journey from Byron Bay to the Gold Coast will see you crossing state lines from New South Wales to Queensland.
Travel past Coolangatta, a surf and diving mecca revered for its unpretentious culture and bountiful array of aquatic life and continue onto Surfers Paradise, famed for its white-sand beaches, theme parks, and shopping.

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Day Pass Koala Photo

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a heritage-listed zoological garden. The multitude of events, shows, and attractions include dingo encounters, koalas, kangaroos, wombats, free-flight bird shows, and the feeding of the park's massive saltwater crocodile. You will step back in time with a visit to Lost Valley and a journey through the ancient supercontinent Gondwana. Here, you will experience exotic Australian wildlife, including Cotton Top Tamarins, Red Panda, Capybaras, and four Ring Tail Lemurs. You can also visit the Extinction Trail, where you step back in time and learn about prehistoric times when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. The park also contains a serious aspect of its work and exhibits, and behind the scenes includes a state-of-the-art veterinary and rehabilitation hospital. The Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that invests in world famous Wildlife Research and Conservation Projects, to help save some amazing species from extinction. Their world famous Wildlife Hospital is one of the busiest in the world; the care and treatment are funded from park admissions, visitors, and donations from the public. You are welcome to visit the hospital and see the day-to-day workings from a viewing deck. Enjoy your day seeing the wildlife and learning about everything from Koalas to Wombats and Reptiles to the ring-tailed lemur.

Your accommodation: The Breakers Absolute Beachfront Apartments

Located on the Beach Front, direct access to the beach- Relax and unwind with breathtaking ocean and sweeping panoramic views. The Breakers boasts a great position, centrally located between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 309 kms / 192 miles : 3.3 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 8
Explore the Gold Coast

Famed for its beaches, including the world-renowned Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast has plenty to offer away from the sand and sea. In order to make the most of your free day make sure you include some of the following:
Beach hop between Coolangatta and Currumbin or take a surf lesson at Surf In Paradise from The Spit near Main Beach. Consider heading over to Wave Break Island with Queensland Scuba Diving and experience the fantastic snorkeling and diving. For the more experienced surfers, head to Burleigh Heads. This beach often has whales from April to September.
If thrills are what you are after, head to any one of Gold Coast's world-class theme parks. Holoverse, Wet 'n' Wild, Sea World, Infinity Attraction and Topgolf Gold Coast are just a few.
For those looking for wildlife encounters, look no further than Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. This iconic park gives its visitors the opportunity to wander through open animal enclosures, feed kangaroos and befriend cuddly koalas. It's newest precinct is home to lemurs, cotton-top tamarins, red pandas, capybaras, and exotic birds and reptiles. As a non-profit organisation, all proceeds are put back into wildlife and conservation programs.
Feeling a bit peckish? Rick Shores and the Fish House are popular spots at Burleigh Heads for lunch and dinner. If you're hoping for a craft beer experience, have a pint of one of the award-winning beers from Burleigh Brewing Company, Black Hops, Fortitude Brewing Co., Balter or Lost Palms Brewing Company.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - One Day Admission to WhiteWater World

WhiteWater World is the ultimate theme park for family fun! Here, you will find thrill-seeking rides, from twists and turns to gut-churning drops. WhiteWater World has the perfect slides for thrill-seekers who aren’t afraid of a splash. Enjoy a range of thrill slides today!

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - One Day Admission to Dreamworld

Dreamworld is the ultimate theme park for family fun! Here you will find thrill-seeking rides for that spine-tingling experience the adrenaline junkies amongst you will love. If thrills aren't quite for you, visit Tiger Island to get up close and personal with tigers that are part of conservation work with DWF. You can also immerse yourself in the daily wildlife presentations, cuddle a koala, meet a dingo or witness crocodile feeding time! More than just rides, slides and wildlife, there are also live performances and daily shows, including a foam party!

Your accommodation: The Breakers Absolute Beachfront Apartments

Located on the Beach Front, direct access to the beach- Relax and unwind with breathtaking ocean and sweeping panoramic views. The Breakers boasts a great position, centrally located between Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 9
Surfers Paradise to Noosa

The drive today is fairly straight forward, as you will drive along the M1 highway for most of your journey, bypassing the main city of Brisbane and continuing past the Brisbane Airport. Continue to head north from and travel through the Glass House Mountains. Passing through Beerburrum State Forest you can take a detour to Beerwah, home of Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo, where you can see over one hundred different species including crocodiles, Tasmanian devils, koalas, wombats and dingoes.
Continuing north through the Sunshine Coast, you will turn towards the coast at Eumundi - if you are driving through on a Wednesday or Saturday morning, stop in at the Eumundi markets for local food, arts and crafts.
From Eumundi, it's just 25 minutes to your destination, the beautiful coastal town of Noosa.

Serenity Cruise with Habitat Noosa

Explore deep into the tranquil waters of Australia's only everglades in the Noosa River system, within the sand dunes of the Cooloola National Park. Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this diverse ecosystem which showcases ancient landscapes and spectacular photo opportunities. The cruise will take you on a journey through the southern end of the everglades system whilst your guides provide expert commentary on the fauna, flora and rich history of the region. Throughout the afternoon you will also get to enjoy a glass of beer or bubbles whilst gliding through the reflective waterways as the sun begins to set.

Your accommodation: Habitat Noosa Everglades Ecocamp

Awarded Australia's Best New Tourism Business, Habitat Noosa Everglades EcoCamp ticks all the boxes for the perfect summer getaway location. Set amongst 65 acres of National Park and perched on the edge of the upper Noosa River, the property is also home to a friendly Eastern Grey Kangaroo population. Habitat Noosa also boasts a range of onsite activities, including frisbee golf, water sports hire, bushwalks, tours to the everglades, and an onsite restaurant and brewery.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 207 kms / 128 miles : 2.2 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 10
Fraser Island Adventure Tours - 4WD Adventure Tour - Lunch Included

Adventure Tour to Fraser Island takes you into the best areas of this environmentally sensitive region. You will get the chance to discover its precious eco-systems, abundant wildlife and natural paradise. Seemingly endless golden beaches encompass towering forests, pristine rainforests, mosaic coloured sands, crystal clear freshwater lakes, gurgling red streams and prehistoric ferns.

Your accommodation: Habitat Noosa Everglades Ecocamp

Awarded Australia's Best New Tourism Business, Habitat Noosa Everglades EcoCamp ticks all the boxes for the perfect summer getaway location. Set amongst 65 acres of National Park and perched on the edge of the upper Noosa River, the property is also home to a friendly Eastern Grey Kangaroo population. Habitat Noosa also boasts a range of onsite activities, including frisbee golf, water sports hire, bushwalks, tours to the everglades, and an onsite restaurant and brewery.
Meals included: Lunch

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 11
Explore Noosa and surrounds

Noosa is one of the most popular beachside holiday destinations in Australia for local and international tourists alike. You can spend your days relaxing on one of many local beaches or travel a little further to explore the stunning national parks. There are plenty of beautiful walking trails and bike paths and plenty of spots for you to have your own Aussie-style picnic by the beach.
After a long day of relaxing or exploring, Noosa has no shortage of great local cuisine, featuring fresh seafood (local Maroochydore prawns and Moreton Bay bugs are highly recommended) and lots of delicious locally grown produce.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - The Ginger Factory - Factory Tour and Tastings

Hear the story of how ginger is grown, harvested and turned into a delicious range of Buderim Ginger products. Finish the tour with a tasting and discover some of the best ginger in the world. This 40 minute tour takes you through the Buderim Ginger factory and gets you a behind the scenes insight to Ginger production.

Your accommodation: Habitat Noosa Everglades Ecocamp

Awarded Australia's Best New Tourism Business, Habitat Noosa Everglades EcoCamp ticks all the boxes for the perfect summer getaway location. Set amongst 65 acres of National Park and perched on the edge of the upper Noosa River, the property is also home to a friendly Eastern Grey Kangaroo population. Habitat Noosa also boasts a range of onsite activities, including frisbee golf, water sports hire, bushwalks, tours to the everglades, and an onsite restaurant and brewery.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 12
Noosa to Brisbane Airport

Brisbane is an easy ninety-minute drive from Noosa. Begin the journey by travelling towards Eumundi, famous for its markets which operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays. From here, you will follow the Bruce Highway (M1) all the way to Brisbane. Along the way, you can stop in at the Yandina Ginger Factory for a tour and a tasting, see the Big Pineapple in Woombye, or visit the animals at Australia Zoo. You'll also get a great view of the Glass House Mountains just after Beerwah, and there are plenty of opportunities here to get out and stretch your legs.
Farewell Queensland by arriving at Brisbane Airport, it is the largest city in the state and has been built around the Brisbane River, which winds its way through the middle of the city. 

One Day Admission Pass for Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo, one hour north of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast, was made famous by the Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. The 110-acre zoo is the most interactive conservation destination on the planet where you can get up close to animals including koalas, wombats, and kangaroos! Watch a saltwater crocodile strike from the water’s edge in the daily Wildlife Warriors show, and explore the world’s busiest Wildlife Hospital, where you can watch vets saving endangered Australian animals.

Brisbane Street's Beach - suggestion

A South Bank icon, Streets Beach is a must-visit while you’re in Brisbane. It is Australia’s only inner-city, man-made beach, and it boasts a sparkling lagoon surrounded by white, sandy beaches and sub-tropical plants. It is the perfect antidote to the corporate bustle of the CBD across the river. Streets Beach, with its pristine powder white sand, lifeguards, and permanent huddle of sun-kissed bathers, offers a great spot to cool down and escape the heat. South Bank is also home to a host of free-to-use, public barbeque spots, so why not plan a full day out and make the most of what's on offer in the city's parklands? Streets Beach, Aquativity, and the Boat Pool are free to use and are patrolled by qualified lifeguards all year round.

Your accommodation: The Manor Apartment Hotel

The Manor Apartment Hotel is a Heritage listed building with contemporary style hotel rooms as well as One and Two Bedroom Apartments overlooking Queen Street Mall, Post Office Square, Anzac Square and Cathedral Square.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 130 kms / 81 miles : 1.6 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 13
Return your vehicle to Brisbane Airport

Explore more of Brisbane before dropping your rental car at the airport depot and continuing your onward journey.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Own Arrangements - Brisbane to Cairns Domestic flight

The cost for this flight is additional to your tour, we can book this flight for you.

Choose your style of rental vehicle

Our rental car range includes the latest vehicles from the top suppliers. From economy hatchbacks to SUVs, we can help you decide on a car suitable for this leg of your trip. Insurance can often be included with a small excess or deductible.

Collect your rental car from the Cairns Airport depot

Head to the Cairns Airport depot today to collect your chosen rental car, and continue your journey.

Cairns to Daintree

The best route north is the Captain Cook Highway (State Route 44). This drive offers countless opportunities to stop and admire the breathtaking views or walk along the beach. Just 20 minutes north of Cairns is Smithfield, home to the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway where you can take a bird's eye view of the world's oldest continually surviving tropical rainforest, or divert a little further to Kuranda for the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway.
Continue north through Palm Cove and onto Port Douglas, stopping on the way at Rex Lookout for a 180-degree view over the Coral Sea, with views to Double Island to the south. Stretch your legs on Four Mile Beach and grab some lunch or a coffee before continuing your drive. Back on the highway, you will pass through Mossman as you head north on your journey into the Daintree Rainforest.

Your accommodation: Daintree Wilderness Lodge

Daintree Wilderness Lodge is surrounded on all sides by the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park and is ideally situated halfway between the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation, in the very heart of the worlds oldest rainforest.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 104 kms / 65 miles : 1.5 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 14
Daintree

The world's oldest rainforest by an impressive 10 million years, surviving cataclysmic events that wiped out the dinosaurs, the Daintree exudes ancient energy to those who visit. The traditional custodians of the area, the Kuku Yulanji, have been living in complete harmony with their environment for 50,000 years.  Encompassing approximately 1200 square kilometres stretching from the Daintree River to the sea's edge, north to Cooktown and west to the Great Divide, this World Heritage-listed area is the single largest block of tropical rainforest in Australia. With creeping vines, emerald tree canopies and winding rivers below, there are memorable experiences to be gained for all. One of the most well-known natural features of the Daintree is Mossman Gorge, promising breathtaking scenery, unique wildlife and lush rainforest steeped in history and legends that have been passed down generations. Whether you are seeking luxury, immersive cultural experiences, or something more adventurous, the Daintree has it all.

Ngana Kulkinga Dungay: We All Going Cape Tribulation with Walkabout Cultural Adventures - Lunch Included

Travel through Kuku Yalanji country, led by your local Aboriginal guide and learn about the culturally significant sights and local attractions between Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation including the World Heritage Daintree rainforest. Hear about the unique relationships the Kuku Yalanji people still have with their land and experience these diverse environments. Walk through the world’s oldest living rainforest, see the majestic Daintree River, and reach Cape Tribulation: where the rainforest meets the reef, explore coastal habitats learning about the environment, different foods and medicines utilised from nature, sample some bush tucker, swim at one of the pristine freshwater streams in the area before returning to your accommodation.

Your accommodation: Daintree Wilderness Lodge

Daintree Wilderness Lodge is surrounded on all sides by the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park and is ideally situated halfway between the Daintree River and Cape Tribulation, in the very heart of the worlds oldest rainforest.
Meals included: Lunch

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 15
Daintree to Port Douglas

Departing the Daintree you may wish to stop at Jindalba Boardwalk circuit for a short walk through the lush forest. Cross the Daintree River on the ferry and head south along Mossman-Daintree Road. Passing through the town of Mossman, you can take a detour to Mossman Gorge for a self-guided walk through this famous wilderness area. This is also a good opportunity to stop for lunch at the Mossman Gorge Cultural Centre. From here it is just a 20-minute drive to the beautiful resort town of Port Douglas.

Port Douglas

Port Douglas is a relaxed, tropical sea-side village, where the reef meets the rainforest. A perfect getaway location, it features a great range of restaurants, bars and boutique shopping. Relax by the beach or take a tour to some of Australia's iconic natural wonders, the World Heritage-Listed Great Barrier Reef and the World's oldest living rainforest, the Daintree. Go snorkelling or diving, adventure on a mountain bike tour or learn about Indigenous country and culture through immersive experiences.

Dreamtime Walk at the Mossman Gorge Centre

A visit to Mossman Gorge is a must-do for anyone travelling to the beautiful Far North Queensland region. The Mossman Gorge Centre is the gateway to the world’s oldest rainforest, the Daintree Rainforest, as well as a unique link to the lives, cultures, and stories of Australia’s Indigenous people and their connection to the natural environment.

Your accommodation: Freestyle Resort Port Douglas

A Tropical haven, located between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Unwind and relax in the personalized apartments, hang out by the heated pool, or explore the gardens.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 64 kms / 40 miles : 1.4 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 16
Outer Barrier Reef Cruise with Quicksilver Cruises - Lunch Included

For your experience of a lifetime, Quicksilver’s wave-piercing catamaran and friendly crew will take you to a reef at the very edge of Australia’s Continental Shelf, to an underwater world that is a dazzling kaleidoscope of colour and brilliance.
Choose to dive, snorkel, or stay dry and explore the stunning reef from the comfort of a Quicksilver semi-sub, just one meter underwater. Watch the fish feeding from Quicksilver’s unique underwater viewing platform and underwater observatory. Whichever way you choose, you’ll bring home a lifetime of memories from this living natural wonder.

Your accommodation: Freestyle Resort Port Douglas

A Tropical haven, located between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Unwind and relax in the personalized apartments, hang out by the heated pool, or explore the gardens.
Meals included: Lunch

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 17
Explore Port Douglas - Free Day

Port Douglas is a chic, yet relaxed seaside village with a plethora of restaurants and bars, as well as fantastic boutique shopping. The village is also the ideal base to explore three of Australia's most iconic natural attractions - the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest, and Cape Tribulation with an abundance of tours and day trips available.

Walking Tracks Around Port Douglas

Flagstaff Hill lookout track
1.5km. Allow 15 minutes.
If you need a picture worth framing (or posting) look no further than the Flagstaff Hill Lookout. Located at the summit of Island Point Road, it is an easy walk, bike ride or even short drive to the lookout viewing area. From here you will witness sweeping, majestic views of Four Mile Beach and the rainforest-clad mountain ranges to the south. Venture along the Flagstaff Hill Walking Trail down to Four Mile Beach and walk the plank (or viewing platform) and take in the 180-degree views to the Coral Sea, Low Isles, and Snapper Island to the north. Find the hidden Low Isles Lighthouse viewing platform located on the corner where Wharf and Island Point Roads meet.
Mossman Gorge
Embark on your own adventure through the Gorge with a voyage through the lush green rainforest. Soak up the wonders of the national park at your own pace as you navigate walking tracks and trails, including the popular Gorge Circuit. Pack a picnic lunch to savour at one of the many water holes, where you can find a quiet place to sit back, catch your breath, and appreciate the wonders of your surroundings. Find yourself under the towering canopy of the rainforest, beautifully framed by the striking mountains.
All of the walking tracks are clearly signposted and maps are also provided upon entry. Seasonal track closures may occur from time to time due to localised flooding or track maintenance. Please note, shuttle bus fees apply to the below Mossman Gorge walks. For a guided experience, we recommend joining a Mossman Gorge Dreamtime Walk, where an experienced interpretive Indigenous guide demonstrates traditional plant use, identifies bush food sources, and provides an enchanting narrative of the rainforest and their special relationship with this unique tropical environment.
Baral Marrjanga
270 metres. Allow 5-10 minutes.
Baral Marrjanga leads through the rainforest from the shuttle bus stop to a lookout with views of the Mossman River and the mountain ranges beyond. The track includes two sections of elevated boardwalk that pass through the lower rainforest canopy. The track is suitable for wheelchairs, strollers, and the vision-impaired.
Lower River Track
300 metres. Allow 5-10 minutes.
This track starts at the shuttle bus stop and winds along the Mossman River before joining Baral Marrjanga. Several small lookouts along the track provide views of the river. Although most of the lower river track is easy walking, the steps can be slippery. Please take care and use the handrails provided.
Rex Creek Bridge
460 metres. Allow 10 minutes.
To reach the Rex Creek suspension bridge, follow Baral Marrjanga to the lookout and take the short, signposted track to the left.
Rainforest Circuit Track (from Rex Creek Bridge)
2.4km return. Allow 45 minutes.
This track begins on the far side of Rex Creek bridge. On the left, 80m from the bridge, a small lookout provides views of Manjal Dimbi (Mount Demi). A little way past the lookout, the track divides to form a circuit that meanders through the rainforest.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Wildlife Habitat - General Admission + Breakfast with the Birds Upgrade

Wildlife Habitat is an eco-certified wildlife sanctuary that allows you to interact with wildlife in five unique habitats. It provides a chance to experience the animals of Wetlands, Rainforest, Savannah and Woodlands environments. Today, you will start with the iconic Breakfast with the Birds, which has been a must-do for visitors who are seeking a unique breakfast experience. The Curlew Cafe team will be serving up scrumptious breakfast platters, and you can interact and feed Koala’s, colourful birds and more, whilst chatting with the friendly, knowledgeable keepers about their passion for wildlife and conservation. After that, explore the Rainforest Habitat from forest floor to canopy, as you make your way along the boardwalks and admire the wildlife that call this environment home, including the southern cassowary. Savannah Habitat offers you the opportunity to hand-feed kangaroos and wallabies, as well as admire emus and the Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo. If you are looking for an unforgettable Australian wildlife experience, this is the place for you!

Your accommodation: Freestyle Resort Port Douglas

A Tropical haven, located between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Unwind and relax in the personalized apartments, hang out by the heated pool, or explore the gardens.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 18
Port Douglas to Cairns

This short 70km drive will take you down the Captain Cook Highway (State Route 44) to the beautiful city of Cairns. Consider picking up some groceries in Port Douglas and enjoy a picnic on one of the many stunning beaches along your drive. Pebbly Beach, located approximately 15km south of Port Douglas is a bit of a deviation from the standard sandy beaches of the tropical north but is beautiful nonetheless. As the name suggests, the beach is covered with smooth, tiny stones and is popular among motorists to stop and explore.
Your next stop on your drive south will be Rex Lookout, with panoramic views of the Coral Sea and views of Double Island to the south.
Further south, you will reach the beautiful coastal village of Palm Cove. Spend some time wandering the paperbark-lined streets dotted with boutique shops and artisan cafes and restaurants. Finally, pass through Smithfield before getting off the highway and heading into Cairns.

Return vehicle to the Cairns Airport depot

Return your rental vehicle to Cairns Airport terminal before checking in for your flight.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Own Arrangements Domestic Flight - Cairns to Melbourne

The cost for this flight is additional to your tour, we can book this flight for you.

Choose your style of rental vehicle

Our rental car range includes the latest vehicles from the top suppliers. From economy hatchbacks to SUVs, we can help you decide on a car suitable for this leg of your trip. Insurance can often be included with a small excess or deductible.

Collect your rental car from the Melbourne Airport Depot

Head to the Melbourne Airport depot today to collect your chosen rental car, and continue your journey.

Your accommodation: Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne

In the heart of Melbourne with its chic boutiques, cool laneways and trendy bars sits the Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne. Located on Queen Street, minutes from Bourke Street Mall, the Old Melbourne Gaol and the National Gallery of Victoria, this location is unbeatable.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 59 kms / 37 miles : 0.9 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 19
Explore Melbourne

Melbourne is the cool, artsy capital of the state of Victoria. Renowned for its laneway art, cafes, bars, restaurants and museums, there is no shortage of things to do, see, eat and drink. Grab a coffee in Degraves Street, see the murals on Hosier Lane or Blender Lane, pop over to St Kilda and stroll along the promenade or visit one of the many museums. For a spot of retail therapy, catch the 86 or 96 tram from the CBD to the bohemian Brunswick Street shopping district for an eclectic mix of second hand vintage and high-end boutique stores. On the opposite side of the city, the Docklands open-air entertainment precinct boasts a myriad of public artwork, family fun activities such as glow in the dark mini golf, and a variety of dining options lining the marina. Get there easily on the free City Circle tram, or wander over the Bourke Street footbridge. To make the most of your time in Melbourne, we recommend taking a city tour to get true local insight into this vibrant city.

Melbourne City Circle Tram - suggested activity

The City Circle Tram service provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Tourists, shoppers, office workers and families can use the City Circle Tram to travel to major attractions, shops and city events. An audio commentary provides details of city landmarks and major attractions such as the City Museum, Parliament House, Docklands, Federation Square, Melbourne Aquarium and the Princess Theatre. You can spend all day, or stay one hour - this is a perfect free version of a hop on-hop off service so that you can enjoy each of Melbournes sites with the added bonus of traditional Melbourne transportation. 

Luna Park - suggested activity

Step through Mr. Moon's Giant Mouth and into a world full of fun and entertainment, with something for everyone to enjoy, it's the perfect day out. Enjoy the range of rides that are on offer, for the thrill-seeking, heart-pumping enthusiasts ride the Power Surge, and the Twin Dragon, and for the more scenic adventures enjoy the Carousel and scenic trains! Stopping for a bite to eat you will find plenty of options with your favourite classic carnival treats from Fairy Floss, Snow Cones, and Popcorn to one of the cafes on site! Entry is at your own expense. To purchase your ticket or find out more about Luna Park visit https://lunapark.com.au/

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - Admission to Werribee Open Range Zoo

A short trip from Melbourne is the Werribee open range zoo, a chance to immerse yourself in an authentic African experience. Spread over 225 hectares there is so much to explore in the natural surroundings- watch the incredible creatures roaming around in their natural environment! Jump on the free safari tour and learn about the amazing animals from your knowledgeable tour guide and spot the Giraffes, Zebras, and Rhinos all living together! Being one of Victoria's most popular attractions- you will be sure to have an amazing day out surrounded by wildlife and nature!

Your accommodation: Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne

In the heart of Melbourne with its chic boutiques, cool laneways and trendy bars sits the Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne. Located on Queen Street, minutes from Bourke Street Mall, the Old Melbourne Gaol and the National Gallery of Victoria, this location is unbeatable.

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 20
Melbourne to Lorne

Begin your journey by heading south to the picturesque town of Torquay, recognised as the surfing capital of Australia, thanks to the famous Bells Beach. Follow the coast from through Anglesea to Lorne, here we recommended a short detour to Erskine Falls. You can park close to the 30 metre cascading waterfall, or take a walk through the lush rainforest to stretch your legs.

Lorne

Lorne is nestled between Loutit Bay and the Otway National Park, bringing the beach and the bush together at your doorstep. It's an ideal spot to stop and enjoy on your journey, there are a great range of places to eat and drink, shop and explore, with 10 waterfalls within 10km of the town.
The Great Ocean Road Heritage Centre located in Lorne's Visitor Complex showcases the historical story of the road carved in rock, a gruelling feat by returned servicemen of World War 1.
During the whale watching season (from May to September), Lorne is a great spot to capture a glimpse of these gentle giants. It is also the perfect spot for surfers with beginner waves at Lorne Beach, a more advanced break at Cathedral Rock in the Great Otway National Park and several other nearby breaks.

Lorne Walking Tracks & Waterfalls - suggested activity

There are 23 walks around Lorne, with over 60km of marked tracks. Many of the walks in the area feature waterfall and lookouts over the rugged coastline. There are waterfalls of all shapes and sizes, dramatic cliffs and peaceful pools along the river valleys, as well as fascinating geological features like the Canyon.

Lorne Foreshore (South) - Shipwreck Plaques and Doug Stirling Walk
1.5 km one way, allow 1 hour, Easy walk, Start: Lorne Visitor Centre, Finish: Shelly Beach
This easy walk on gravel paths and boardwalks along the Lorne foreshore takes you past a number of plaques commemorating the shipwrecks in Louttit Bay. The Doug Stirling Walk is a
1km walk along the foreshore between the Lorne Surf Lifesaving Club and the Lorne Pier.

Lorne Foreshore (North) - Swing Bridge and Bert Alsop walk
2 km one way, allow 1 hour, easy walk, start: Lorne Visitor Centre, finish: car park on Great Ocean Road
From the Lorne Visitor centre walk through Top Bank Caravan Park to Swing Bridge. Cross the bridge and
turn right past the memorial graves and continue along through a Melaleuca grove, finishing the walk
on the beach below the car park. Dependent on the tide, the walk can be returned back along the beach to the river mouth.

Five Mile Track
8km one way, allow 3 hour, moderate walk, start: Lorne Visitor Centre, finish: Deans March Road
This walk is on a 4WD track seasonally closed to vehicles. Wallabies and kangaroos frequent the understorey
and some rare and threatened plant species may be found along the track. There are views across the Erskine River to Erskine Falls Road.

Teddy’s Lookout and Queens Park Lookout Loop
1.6 km loop, 45 min, moderate walk
Drive to the rotunda at the end of George Street and walk a few hundred metres to Teddy’s Lookout.
The Queens Park Lookout Loop takes you through the bush of Queens Park via three lookouts with panoramic views along the coast and the Otway Ranges.

Erskine Falls, Lookouts 1 and 2
1st lookout - 300m return, easy (15 min return), 2nd lookout - 700m, moderate (30 min return)
Erskine Falls is one of the most popular falls in the Otways. The 30 metre falls are attractive even
when there is little water tumbling into the pool below. It is an easy walk to the first lookout, providing a spectacular view over the falls. The steep climb down steps to the second lookout is more strenuous, but worth it for the view from the beautiful fern gully.

Allenvale Mill Car Park to Phantom Falls, The Canyon, Won Wondah and Henderson Falls
8.6 circuit, allow 3-4 hours, moderate walk
After reaching Phantom Falls, from above the falls there is a track leading to The Canyon, a fascinating geological feature with sheer walls rising to 10 metres on either side, onwards to Won Wondah Falls and then worth diverting the short distance to Henderson Falls. From here return towards the Sheoak Picnic ground, walking back along the Allenvale road to the Allenvale Mill Site. This is one of the most diverse and spectacular loop walks around Lorne.

Your accommodation: Cumberland Lorne

Located directly across from glorious Louttit Bay and nestled between vibrant restaurants and boutiques, Cumberland Lorne Resort combines breathtaking views, friendly atmosphere, and luxury accommodation available by Great Ocean Road.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 112 kms / 70 miles : 1.5 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 21
Lorne to Port Fairy

Follow the Great Ocean Road along the coastline, past Apollo Bay and the Great Otway National Park to the iconic 12 Apostles, the most famous landmark on the Great Ocean Road. To walk out and view these formations you can park at the carpark and follow the paved path to the lookout, or to take some time and stretch your legs take the path down Gibson's steps to the beach. Descending down these 86 stairs carved into the cliff face, reaching the beach you are treated to a closeup view of these incredible rock formations.
From here, it's just a short drive to your destination for the night, Port Campbell. This small coastal town is home to cafes and restaurants with views of the beach, as well as vibrant shops and galleries to explore. Finish your day with a walk out to the Port Campbell Jetty and watch the waves crashing against the limestone cliffs.

Walk with Wildlife Tour with Wildlife Wonders

Embark on a thrilling guided walk through the mesmerising landscapes of the Otways. Traverse lush tree fern gullies, and majestic eucalypt woodlands, and take in the breathtaking ocean vistas. Led by a knowledgeable conservationist guide, you'll delve into the secrets of the diverse plants and animals that inhabit this stunning region. Each nature tour offers a unique and unforgettable experience, where you'll encounter Australia's beautiful wildlife living freely in their natural habitat. You're almost certain to see koalas, and with a bit of luck, you might also spot potoroos, bandicoots, and many other incredible Australian animals that call Wildlife Wonders home. This adventure is perfect for nature enthusiasts and anyone seeking to connect with the wonders of the natural world.

Port Campbell

Port Campbell is a popular tourist destination primarily because it is so closely surrounded by some of the Great Ocean Road's most famous and scenic coastal attractions.
A few minutes drive away is the rocky (but broken) platform of London Bridge, the Loch Ard Gorge, Gibsons Steps, and the most celebrated of all Great Ocean Road attractions, the Twelve Apostles. Originally named "The Sow & Piglets", the Twelve Apostles are a series of off-shore limestone stacks. Wind and sea erosion continually batters them, with some having collapsed over the years, leaving 8 standing now.
A colourful and lively seaside village on the lands of the Eastern Maar People, Port Campbell is home to restaurants and cafes with views of the beach, bakeries selling homemade goodies, and plenty of vibrant shops and galleries to explore. Sheltered by cliffs and Norfolk pines, the town has the atmosphere of a safe haven on the edge of wild nature. Finish the day with a walk out to the Port Campbell Jetty and watch the waves crashing against the limestone cliffs.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY - 12 Apostles to London Bridge Scenic Helicopter Flight

An energetic, 15 minute flight that packs in the must-see Great Ocean Road sights. Catch the highlights of the Shipwreck Coast from a luxury helicopter. See the 12 Apostles, London Bridge, and more from breathtaking heights. London Bridge is a thrilling addition to any Great Ocean Road tour.

Your accommodation: Southern Ocean Villas

Southern Ocean Villas sets a new standard of contemporary accommodation in Port Campbell. Ideally situated on the edge of the picturesque Port Campbell National Park, famous for its rugged beauty, shipwreck coast and spectacular scenery, Southern Ocean Villas are positioned in a tranquil, landscaped environment.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 140 kms / 87 miles : 2.3 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 22
Port Campbell to Melbourne

Today you will head to Melbourne. Follow Cobden-Port Campbell Rd to Camperdown, where you will reach the junction for the Princes Highway (A1). Head east and the highway becomes the M1 Motorway as you pass Geelong and the Avalon Airport on your way into Melbourne.

Melbourne Skydeck

At Melbourne Skydeck, the Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing attraction, the city of Melbourne comes alive in front of your eyes when you take it all in from nearly 300 metres high. It’s Melbourne on another level. The Skydeck experience features Bar 88, in association with Bollinger, operated by the Eureka 89 team. With 360° panoramic views all day and night, you can relax and enjoy all of Melbourne’s legendary views with a delicious snack and cool drink.

Your accommodation: Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne

In the heart of Melbourne with its chic boutiques, cool laneways and trendy bars sits the Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne. Located on Queen Street, minutes from Bourke Street Mall, the Old Melbourne Gaol and the National Gallery of Victoria, this location is unbeatable.

Driving distance and time (approximate) for this leg: 245 kms / 152 miles : 2.9 hours

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Epic Eastern Adventure Tour - Day 23
Return your vehicle to Melbourne Airport

Explore more of Melbourne before dropping your rental car at the airport depot and continuing your onward journey.

Farewell from Australia

Farewell Australia today. If there is more of Australia or New Zealand you would like to explore, talk to your sales consult about planning your next stop!

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