The 10 Best Aussie Road Trips of All Time

If you visit Australia and don’t plan any road trip, you are missing out one of the most memorable moments of your life. For your convenience, here are the top 10 road trips in Australia that will make you fall in love with nature and life, all over again.

1.     Great Ocean Road, Victoria

To summarize, this is Coastal drive at its finest. It is one of the best road trips Australia, with immense scenic beauty. The 12 Apostles, remarkable rainforests, waterfalls, and beaches are the must-visits. There is a lot more adventure to do with surfing, mountain biking, and the excellent bushwalking. Also, explore the town and seaside villages here to experience the beauty and culture of this place.

2.     Sydney to Melbourne

The drill here is to beat the awesomeness of Sydney to Brisbane trip. For that, there is an option; Sydney to Melbourne alongside the ocean. You will come across many small towns and would like to stay there longer, but as there is so much more to see like national parks, Lakes Entrance, Pebbly Beach, you will have to get going.

One of the best ways of adventuring the great nation of Australia is obviously on land. But tight, confined spaces may affect your experience. If News South Wales is your starting point, you might want to consider renting a campervan in Sydney for your travels!

3.     The Nullarbor Plain, Western Australia

Exploring something unique is always the thirst of travelers. If you are one of them, visit the Nullarbor plain. This 2000 kilometers long dry and rocky area has its own unique beauty, which attracts thousands of people from all around the world.

4.     Uluru to Kings Canyon, Northern Territory

From one epic place of red mountains to the other—Ayers Rock to Kings Canyon—this road trip is a must for those whose road trip is incomplete without mountain hiking. This road trip Australia will make you wonder if you are in another world entirely.

5.     Heritage Highway, Tasmania

It is a 200-year-old highway, first built by the convict gangs of that time. The beautiful stone-made villages there are really appealing, and the gourmet meals only add more fun to the mix. If you are an extrovert, have a chat with some villagers there to learn more about the history of this place; it will be fun.

6.     The Alpine Way, New South Wales

In your way from Jindabyne to Corryong, one thing is for sure; you will experience some of the best alpine sceneries here. During this road trip Australia, you will get to explore Kosciuszko National Park and then the famous Snowy River.

7.     Kangaroo Island, South Australia

On the third largest island of Australia, you get to explore the Australian wildlife in a way that is only unique to it. With Seal Bay Conservation Park, Flinders Chase National Park, Cape Willoughby, Murray Lagoon, Kelly Hill Caves and so much more to look forward to, you are going to fall in love with wildlife and the ocean.

8.     Great Alpine Road, Victoria

This is another alpine road from Wangaratta to Bairnsdale, filled with beauty. You can roam through valleys and mountains, and of course, forests to enjoy enchantingly charming places. The best places are Mount Hotham and Mount Buffalo National Park, which makes sure that you get one of the sweetest travel experiences ever.

9.     Grand Pacific Drive, New South Wales

This is a beautiful fusion of good old mountains and ocean with an impressive human-built Sea Cliff Bridge. However, the beautiful bridge does not distract you from having a great experience at rainforests, Kiama, Wollongong, Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands, and many other excellent places during your road trip, Australia.

10.                        Kuranda, Queensland

At Kuranda, Far North Queensland, there are beautiful tropical rainforests and the World Heritage listed Barron Gorge National Park. You can reach here from Cairns in 40 minutes to explore the rainforests full of wildlife. Also, you must visit the Jum Rum Creek Environmental Park, Barron Falls, and Wright’s Lookout toget the best out of the trip.

Australia is a big country. In fact, it’s a continent! Explore it in comfort by considering hiring a motorhome or campervan all through your outback adventure.

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