Melbourne to Adelaide Tours
Whilst making your way from the beautiful metropolis of Melbourne, to the quirky and vibrant city of Adelaide on an overland tour, you will travel via some of Australia’s most well-known locations, the Great Ocean Road and the Grampians National Park, where you will soak up the fresh air of the lush rainforests, admire the limestone stacks of the 12 Apostles and keep an eye out for some very unique Australian wildlife.
Melbourne to Adelaide tours take you on a beautiful journey through Victoria and into South Australia via some incredible natural scenery. As you head out from Melbourne, the first leg of your adventure covers 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 that boasts some of the most scenic coastal views in the world.
Best Melbourne to Adelaide Tours
You will spend a day marvelling at the Great Ocean Road, while being transported by a knowledgeable tour guide with a small group of fellow travellers. Highlights of the day include The Bay of Martyrs, the iconic 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, and the spectacular Otway Rainforest, just to name a few.
You will spend a night in the quaint town of Halls Gap, located in the beautiful Grampians. Famous for its breathtaking hikes, soaring views and abundance of native Australian wildlife, you will leave the Grampians feeling refreshed and revitalised by nature. The journey continues to give you a glimpse into several rural Australian towns along the mighty Murray River before arriving in Adelaide.
If you plan to spend a little longer in Adelaide and discover what the city has to offer, join our Melbourne to Adelaide Ultimate Package tour. You will begin by travelling along the Great Ocean Road and into the Grampians, before arriving in Adelaide for an overnight stay in the city. You’ll wake the next day ready to explore the prized Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island will leave you astounded by the remote wilderness and abundance 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.
The night will be spent at private accommodation in Hanson Bay on Kangaroo Island, 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 another night in Adelaide. Your last day of the trip is a big day of wine tasting in the famed Barossa Valley before your journey has come to an end.