Try these seven places on a Melbourne to Sydney road trip.
You may have to detour about an hour from M31 but the lovely town of Bright is well worth it. Situated along one of Victoria’s most scenic drives, the Great Alpine Road, Bright is famous for being beautiful at every time of year. Spend time at a winery, explore the area’s many walking trails or perhaps visit a local market.
Make Stop along the New South Wales/Victorian border at Albury. This thriving border city sits along the Murray River. With beautiful 19th century architecture, bustling cafes and gorgeous scenery surrounding the city, this is a must-see destination on your drive between Melbourne and Sydney.
Australia’s first inland city is a popular stopover for many travelling on the Hume Highway. Shop for antiques, find out about Goulburn’s fascinating history, dine at wineries, explore old cathedrals and find out more about Goulburn’s Rail Heritage.
This national park is home to some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery. Visit waterfalls, go bushwalking or simply relax at a day spa. Gaze upon the area’s iconic rock formation ‘The Three Sisters’ and learn the indigenous dreamtime legend behind their existence.
Around 320 kms east of Melbourne, Lakes Entrance is a popular yet peaceful water-front town in Gippsland. Panoramic views, walking trails and many water activities make Lakes Entrance a great family spot.
Australia’s capital city has iconic landmarks such as Parliament House and the Australian War Memorial. You can visit the National Gallery of Australia or even take the family to Questacon – a centre that teaches its visitors about science and technology through fun and interactive activities.
This peaceful seaside town in New South Wales is perfect for a quick stopover between Sydney and Melbourne – even if it’s just for a coffee at a quiet café. Stunning beaches and pristine forests also surround Kiama.