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Great Ocean Road
Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia
Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard
Long Beach, Robe
Umpherston Sinkhole
Gambier
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria
Great Ocean Road, Victoria
Great Ocean Road, Australia
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Bathing Boxes, Mornington Peninsula
Melbourne, Victoria
Melbourne Laneways
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island
Phillip Island, Victoria
Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia
Whale Watching Merimbula
Canberra Commemorative Area
Jervis Bay, New South Wales
Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Harbour, Australia

Sydney & The Great Ocean Road

21 day Motorhome Holiday – from £1765

With flights from £2965

Explore Australia’s greatest cities including Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney and take in the spectacular Great Ocean Road in your very own ‘home on wheels.’

Highlights:
  • Drive the Great Ocean Road, past the Twelve Apostles
  • Stop at Phillip Island to see the famous Penguin Parade
  • Visit Canberra, Australia’s capital
  • Explore Sydney’s iconic waterfront, bridge and Opera House
  • Enjoy the freedom of a fully equipped motorhome

Your Itinerary

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You can customise your Australia motorhome holiday by adding extra nights or destinations. Just let us know what you would like to do.

Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia

Day 1 to 2 – Adelaide

Arrive into the picturesque city of Adelaide. There is no rush to pick up your

Arrive into the picturesque city of Adelaide. There is no rush to pick up your motorhome today, we suggest you spend some time exploring the wonderful South Australia region. Visit Adelaide’s favourite beach resort, Glenelg, explore the historic towns of the Fleurieu Peninsula, or if time permits take a historic journey down the Murray River.

    Your chosen Adelaide hotel

Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia
Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Day 3 – Victor Harbour

Leave the city behind in your fully equipped motorhome as you make your…

Leave the city behind in your fully equipped motorhome as you make your way through the Adelaide Hills to Victor Harbour, stopping at the Mt Lofty Ranges and Mclaren’s. This is also a chance to taste some of the great local wines and produce before arriving in the delightful coastal resort, Victor Harbour.

    Adelaide > Victor Harbour | 84 kms
Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard
Long Beach, Robe

Day 4 – Robe

Meander along the coast and travel to the fishing port of Robe on South Australia’s Limestone…

Meander along the coast and travel to the fishing port of Robe on South Australia’s Limestone Coast. Wander through the distinctive historical streets, monuments and pretty coastal trails.

    Victor Harbour > Robe | 354 kms
Long Beach, Robe
Umpherston Sinkhole

Day 5 – Mt Gambier

Today continue your journey southeast of Adelaide to the volcanic slopes of Mt Gambier. Renowned for…

Today continue your journey southeast of Adelaide to the volcanic slopes of Mt Gambier. Renowned for its mysterious Blue Lake and gorgeous volcanic landscape, Mount Gambier is a popular stop nestled in the picturesque hinterland and offers plenty scenic spots.

    Robe > Mt Gambier | 130 kms
Umpherston Sinkhole
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria

Day 6 – Port Fairy

Leave the hills of Mt Gambier behind as you make your way to the delightful fishing…

Leave the hills of Mt Gambier behind as you make your way to the delightful fishing port, Port Fairy. Port Fairy, at the start of the Great Ocean Road and known as the oldest settlement in Victoria boosts wide streets lined with nineteenth century cottages and old stone churches. Spend your afternoon strolling through the quaint town relaxing, and enjoying the arts, fine food and wine on offer.

    Mt Gambier > Port Fairy | 154 kms
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria
Great Ocean Road

Day 7 – Apollo Bay

Set off along the Great Ocean Road this morning admiring the Twelve Apostles, ancient limestone stacks…

Set off along the Great Ocean Road this morning admiring the Twelve Apostles, ancient limestone stacks that rise out of the ocean floor. Spend some time wandering around the boardwalks and lookout points marvelling at the fantastic views. Apollo Bay is the ideal spot for exploring the Otway Ranges and Otway National Park, with its waterfalls and fern gullies.

    Port fairy > Apollo Bay | 185 kms
Great Ocean Road
great ocean road, australia, melbourne, war memorial,

Day 8 – Mornington Peninsula

Leave Apollo Bay as you make your way to Mornington Peninsula, the last stop before Melbourne….

Leave Apollo Bay as you make your way to Mornington Peninsula, the last stop before Melbourne. Boosting some of Australia’s oldest history, spend the day at leisure soaking up the art and craft markets, antique stores, coastal bush walks, koala and penguin reserves and fine wineries in the area.

    Apollo Bay > Mornington Peninsula | 265 kms
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Melbourne, Victoria

Day 9 to 10 – Melbourne

Make your way into the heart of Melbourne this morning. Explore the secret laneways, stylish bars…

Make your way into the heart of Melbourne this morning. Explore the secret laneways, stylish bars and cafes, and great museums. If time permits head to the famous beachside of St Kilda or take a tour a day trip to the great Yarra Valley.

    Mornington Peninsula > Melbourne | 74 kms
Melbourne, Victoria
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island

Day 11 to 12 – Phillip Island

This morning make the short drive to Phillip Island. Home to an abundance of wildlife and…

This morning make the short drive to Phillip Island. Home to an abundance of wildlife and Australia’s largest seal colony, we suggest you spend your time enjoying the spectacular views and strolling along the boardwalks before watching the famous Penguin Parade at dusk.

    Melbourne > Phillip Island | 141 kms
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island
Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia

Day 13 – Lakes Entrance

This morning leave Phillip Island behind as you make your way back along the rugged coastline…

This morning leave Phillip Island behind as you make your way back along the rugged coastline to Lakes Entrance, stopping at Wilsons Promontory. Here you will see spectacular scenery made up of huge granite mountains, open forests, sweeping beaches and an uninterrupted coastline, the ideal place for those wanting to stretch their legs.

    Phillip Island > Lakes Entrance | 314 kms
Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia
Whale Watching Merimbula

Day 14 – Tilba Tilba

Leaving Lakes Entrance and driving north along the Princes Highway passing through Merimbula, until you reach…

Leaving Lakes Entrance and driving north along the Princes Highway passing through Merimbula, until you reach Tilba Tilba. We suggest you take a short stop in Merimbula for a refreshing swim and some lunch on the busy beach esplanade, before reaching the arts and crafts hub of Tilba Tilba.

    Lakes Entrance > Tilba Tilba | 352 kms
Whale Watching Merimbula
Canberra Commemorative Area

Day 15 to 16 – Canberra

Today leave Tilba Tilba and head inland to explore Australia’s Capital city Canberra. Canberra is filled…

Today leave Tilba Tilba and head inland to explore Australia’s Capital city Canberra. Canberra is filled with culture, history and superb monuments and galleries, surrounded by lush parklands and native bush land

    Tilba Tilba > Canberra | 234 kms
Canberra Commemorative Area
Jervis Bay, New South Wales

Day 17 – Jervis Bay

This morning continue north as you make your way back to the coastline and Jervis Bay….

This morning continue north as you make your way back to the coastline and Jervis Bay. Jervis Bay, enclosed by the pristine wilderness of Booderee National Park and surrounded by tranquil waters, is teeming with native wildlife on land and sea, with varies white beaches, lagoons, secret coves and hidden creeks for all types of aquatic activities.

    Canberra > Jervis Bay | 222 kms
Jervis Bay, New South Wales
Australia

Day 18 to 20 – Sydney

Make your way up the coast this morning to your final stop in

Make your way up the coast this morning to your final stop in Sydney. Here you can spend the next couple of days exploring one of Australia’s most exciting and vibrant cities. From the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, to the notorious beaches of Manly and Bondi, there is plenty for everyone to see and do, and can be as busy or relaxed as you like.

    Jervis Bay > Sydney | 200 kms
Australia
Sydney Harbour, Australia

Day 21 – Farewell

Bid farewell to the bright lights of Sydney as you make your way back to the…

Bid farewell to the bright lights of Sydney as you make your way back to the airport for your onward flight back to the UK.

Sydney Harbour, Australia

Your Itinerary

You can customise your Australia motorhome holiday by adding extra nights or destinations. Just let us know what you would like to do.

Day 1 to 2

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Adelaide

Arrive into the picturesque city of Adelaide. There is no rush to pick up your motorhome today, we suggest you spend some time exploring the wonderful South Australia region. Visit Adelaide’s favourite beach resort, Glenelg, explore the historic towns of the Fleurieu Peninsula, or if time permits take a historic journey down the Murray River.

    Your chosen Adelaide hotel

Victoria Square, Adelaide, South Australia

Day 3

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Victor Harbour

Leave the city behind in your fully equipped motorhome as you make your way through the Adelaide Hills to Victor Harbour, stopping at the Mt Lofty Ranges and Mclaren’s. This is also a chance to taste some of the great local wines and produce before arriving in the delightful coastal resort, Victor Harbour.

    Adelaide > Victor Harbour | 84 kms
Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard

Day 4

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Robe

Meander along the coast and travel to the fishing port of Robe on South Australia’s Limestone Coast. Wander through the distinctive historical streets, monuments and pretty coastal trails.

    Victor Harbour > Robe | 354 kms
Long Beach, Robe

Day 5

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Mt Gambier

Today continue your journey southeast of Adelaide to the volcanic slopes of Mt Gambier. Renowned for its mysterious Blue Lake and gorgeous volcanic landscape, Mount Gambier is a popular stop nestled in the picturesque hinterland and offers plenty scenic spots.

    Robe > Mt Gambier | 130 kms
Umpherston Sinkhole

Day 6

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Port Fairy

Leave the hills of Mt Gambier behind as you make your way to the delightful fishing port, Port Fairy. Port Fairy, at the start of the Great Ocean Road and known as the oldest settlement in Victoria boosts wide streets lined with nineteenth century cottages and old stone churches. Spend your afternoon strolling through the quaint town relaxing, and enjoying the arts, fine food and wine on offer.

    Mt Gambier > Port Fairy | 154 kms
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria

Day 7

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Apollo Bay

Set off along the Great Ocean Road this morning admiring the Twelve Apostles, ancient limestone stacks that rise out of the ocean floor. Spend some time wandering around the boardwalks and lookout points marvelling at the fantastic views. Apollo Bay is the ideal spot for exploring the Otway Ranges and Otway National Park, with its waterfalls and fern gullies.

    Port fairy > Apollo Bay | 185 kms
Great Ocean Road

Day 8

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Mornington Peninsula

Leave Apollo Bay as you make your way to Mornington Peninsula, the last stop before Melbourne. Boosting some of Australia’s oldest history, spend the day at leisure soaking up the art and craft markets, antique stores, coastal bush walks, koala and penguin reserves and fine wineries in the area.

    Apollo Bay > Mornington Peninsula | 265 kms
great ocean road, australia, melbourne, war memorial,

Day 9 to 10

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Melbourne

Make your way into the heart of Melbourne this morning. Explore the secret laneways, stylish bars and cafes, and great museums. If time permits head to the famous beachside of St Kilda or take a tour a day trip to the great Yarra Valley.

    Mornington Peninsula > Melbourne | 74 kms
Melbourne, Victoria

Day 11 to 12

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Phillip Island

This morning make the short drive to Phillip Island. Home to an abundance of wildlife and Australia’s largest seal colony, we suggest you spend your time enjoying the spectacular views and strolling along the boardwalks before watching the famous Penguin Parade at dusk.

    Melbourne > Phillip Island | 141 kms
Penguin Parade, Phillip Island

Day 13

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Lakes Entrance

This morning leave Phillip Island behind as you make your way back along the rugged coastline to Lakes Entrance, stopping at Wilsons Promontory. Here you will see spectacular scenery made up of huge granite mountains, open forests, sweeping beaches and an uninterrupted coastline, the ideal place for those wanting to stretch their legs.

    Phillip Island > Lakes Entrance | 314 kms
Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia

Day 14

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Tilba Tilba

Leaving Lakes Entrance and driving north along the Princes Highway passing through Merimbula, until you reach Tilba Tilba. We suggest you take a short stop in Merimbula for a refreshing swim and some lunch on the busy beach esplanade, before reaching the arts and crafts hub of Tilba Tilba.

    Lakes Entrance > Tilba Tilba | 352 kms
Whale Watching Merimbula

Day 15 to 16

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Canberra

Today leave Tilba Tilba and head inland to explore Australia’s Capital city Canberra. Canberra is filled with culture, history and superb monuments and galleries, surrounded by lush parklands and native bush land

    Tilba Tilba > Canberra | 234 kms
Canberra Commemorative Area

Day 17

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Jervis Bay

This morning continue north as you make your way back to the coastline and Jervis Bay. Jervis Bay, enclosed by the pristine wilderness of Booderee National Park and surrounded by tranquil waters, is teeming with native wildlife on land and sea, with varies white beaches, lagoons, secret coves and hidden creeks for all types of aquatic activities.

    Canberra > Jervis Bay | 222 kms
Jervis Bay, New South Wales

Day 18 to 20

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Sydney

Make your way up the coast this morning to your final stop in Sydney. Here you can spend the next couple of days exploring one of Australia’s most exciting and vibrant cities. From the iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, to the notorious beaches of Manly and Bondi, there is plenty for everyone to see and do, and can be as busy or relaxed as you like.

    Jervis Bay > Sydney | 200 kms
Australia

Day 21

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Farewell

Bid farewell to the bright lights of Sydney as you make your way back to the airport for your onward flight back to the UK.

Sydney Harbour, Australia

This Motorhome Holiday Includes

2 nights hotel accommodation
18 nights motorhome hire, with unlimited kilometers

Flights & More

Ask your FREEDOM Consultant to include Economy, Premium or Business Class flights for a complete ABTA and ATOL protected package.

They can also add extra nights and experiences in places you choose, to create the exact holiday you are looking for. Popular options include:

  • Nights in Adelaide or Sydney, before or after your motorhome hire
  • A stopover to Australia in Singapore, Dubai or another destination

Next Step

Please get in touch with our Australia Experts to start planning your holiday. You’ll have a single point of contact from your first enquiry through booking.

Sydney & The Great Ocean Road

21 day Motorhome Holiday – from £1765

With flights from £2965

Prices are per person, based on two people sharing a two berth motorhome. Flights, hotels and tours are subject to availability and seasonal variations may apply. Please call Freedom Destinations for details.

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Sydney & The Great Ocean Road

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