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Melbourne to Adelaide 3 Day (Private Single Room)

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Melbourne to Adelaide 3 Day (Private Single Room)

Day 1

**Day 1: Melbourne to Great Ocean Road** Start your 3-Day adventure by exploring the world famous Great Ocean Road with its stunning ocean views and surf beaches. Spot wild koalas along the way with a stop in the quaint seaside town of Apollo Bay for lunch, followed by a guided rainforest walk in the Great Otway National Park rainforest. Later, we visit the amazing shipwreck coast famous for the Twelve Apostles rock formation and Loch Ard Gorge. Overnight in Warrnambool. Meals: Dinner* (*from01Apr24). Accom: Warrnambool Motel Private Rooms (with ensuite) or similar alternative. Driving Distance: 375km.

Day 2

**Day 2: Great Ocean Road to Grampians** During the second day, you will have the opportunity to visit Tower Hill Conservation Wildlife Reserve, an extinct volcano that is rich in Aboriginal history and has a vast amount of wildlife, such as emus and kangaroos. From here we head north into the Grampians. In the afternoon we will take you up to the iconic Pinnacle lookout, which offers a panoramic view of the Grampians National Park for a delightful afternoon hike. Finish the day with a traditional Aussie BBQ at our overnight stay in Halls Gap. Meals: Breakfast, Dinner. Accom: Gariwerd Motel or similar (private room with ensuite bathroom). Driving Distance: 190km. Hike Distance: 4.5km.

Day 3

**Day 3: HGrampians to Adelaide** On the last day of our journey, we will start early in the morning to hike to the base of Mackenzie Falls, and then we will explore some other famous sites, such as The Balconies/Reeds Lookout and Boroka Lookout, which are among the most famous in the area. Following lunch, we head west away from the coastline and rugged mountains towards Adelaide, passing Dimboola Pink Lake and Nhill before crossing the South Australian border into Bordertown and arriving in Adelaide around 7:30pm. Meals: Breakfast. Accom: N/A. Driving Distance: 520km. Hike Distance: 2km.
Summary

What’s included?

Accommodation

Motel
Ensuite

Local transport

Mini-coach

Meals

Breakfast:
Lunch:
Dinner:

Additional info

WHAT TO BRING
  • 1 Litre water bottle
  • Overnight bag & small day pack
  • Any medications you usually take
  • Warm jacket
  • Thermals (advisable for the colder months)
  • Comfortable walking shoes with tread
  • Hat, sunscreen & sunglasses
  • Swimmers, towel & toiletries
  • Camp torch/headlamp
  • Camera

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