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Adelaide to Melbourne Tours

Adelaide to Melbourne Tours

Adelaide to Melbourne

Explore the incredible natural scenery and quaint rural towns between Adelaide and Melbourne on a tour through this amazing part of southern Australia.

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An overland journey from Adelaide to Melbourne is the best way to ensure that you do not miss out on all the wonderful spots in between these two cosmopolitan cities. Take in the amazing coastal scenery of the Great Ocean Road, the wild bushlands of the Grampians and several rural towns along the mighty Murry River as you travel with a charismatic local guide. Adelaide to Melbourne tours also give you a glimpse into the indigenous Australian culture and their connection to the land.

Best Adelaide to Melbourne Tours

Trips from Adelaide to Melbourne visit the spectacular bushland of the Grampians, famous for its breathtaking hikes and abundance of native Australian wildlife. The Grampians boasts several jaw-dropping lookouts, waterfalls and hiking trails that you will be fortunate enough to experience.

An overland trip from Adelaide to Melbourne would not be complete without visiting The Great Ocean Road. Undoubtedly the most famous attraction in Victoria, The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre stretch of road constructed in 1922 to honour the soldiers killed during World War I. The windy road takes in dramatic coastal scenery, lush rainforests, charming seaside towns and pristine sandy beaches. Highlights of a trip along the Great Ocean Road include The Bay of Martyrs, Loch Ard Gorge, and the spectacular Otway Rainforest just to name a few. And of course, don’t forget the iconic 12 Apostles.

If you are wishing to spend a little longer exploring the route between the two cities, join us on our Adelaide to Melbourne Ultimate Package tour. You will begin by spending a night at the prized Kangaroo Island, just off the coast of Adelaide, where you will be blown away by the remote wilderness and amount of wildlife that live on the island. Activities include sandboarding at the Little Sahara, kayaking down Harriet River, snorkelling, and swimming at beautiful North Coast beaches.

Spend the night at accommodation in Hanson Bay, surrounded by koalas, possums, kangaroos, and the occasional echidna. After a second day of exploring Kangaroo Island, you will make your way back to the mainland for the night, ready to rest for a big day of wine tasting in the famed Barossa Valley. Then it’s time to head east, beginning your journey to Melbourne, visiting the Grampians and Great Ocean Road along the way.

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