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Day 1: Melbourne - Apollo Bay
On leaving Melbourne, cross the West Gate Bridge and take the Princes Highway to Geelong, the largest provincial city in Victoria. From Geelong travel
to Torquay, the start of the Great Ocean Road, and recognised as the surfing capital of Australia. Stop at the nearby famous Bells Beach or the
beautiful Erskine Falls. The scenic coastline from Lorne to Apollo Bay has been described as one of the most beautiful and breathtaking drives
in the world.
Day 2: Apollo Bay - Port Fairy
This morning travel along the fabulous Great Ocean Road to Port Campbell. See the amazing rock formations of the Twelve Apostles, which are huge stone
pillars sticking out of the surf, carved over time by the crashing Southern Ocean waves. Travelling on past Port Campbell you will see London Bridge
- the broken arch. Continuing the Shipwreck Coast' begins, from Port Campbell and Warrnambool and on to Port Fairy.
Day 3: Port Fairy - Halls Gap
There is a choice of routes today, the shorter route will take you via Portland and Cape Nelson, along the coast directly to Mount Gambier, and then
on to Robe, via Millicent. The longer route will mean a very early start. Travel via Penhurst to Dunkeld, and then from Dunkeld a scenic drive
will take you through the Grampians National Park and onto Halls Gap. Highlights within the Grampians include McKenzie Falls, Reids Lookout and
the Balconies. There are walks of varying length and difficulties to reach some of these points.
Day 4: Halls Gap - Barossa Valley
Continue on to Kingston and travel towards Adelaide, travelling along the Coorong National Park skirting Lake Albert and Lake Alexandria. Travel to
the towns of Tailem Bend and Murray Bridge. Travel through Mannum, Mt Pleasant and Angaston. Mannum is one of the oldest towns located on the Murray
River and has an historic and lively past. The Barossa Valley is one of Australia's most famous wine producing areas. It is a warm and intimate
place of charming old towns, the vineyards spreading across undulating hills in well-tended, precise rows.
Day 5: Barossa to Adelaide
There is plenty of time to explore the Barossa Valley. There are many famous wineries to visit including, Yalumba, Orlando and Penfolds, as well as
many boutique wineries to discover. Some wineries are still run by members of the same families that established them last century. You can also
experience an array of gourmet food products and local delicacies. This afternoon travel south through Gawler to Adelaide, the capital of South
Australia and known in Australia as the City of Churches.
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Travel dates: 01 May - 30 April
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