Great Victorian Campervan Adventures Within Two Hours of Melbourne 

Great Victorian Campervan Adventures Within Two Hours of Melbourne 

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Victorian campervan adventures are some of the best in the whole of Australia. Whether you want to explore the stunning coast, inland lakes or historic cities, Victoria has it all. You just need to hire a campervan from Melbourne. Then you can truly get started on one of these Victorian campervan adventures.


It would be difficult to find anywhere quite like Blairgowrie. It's one of the most simple but charming seaside locations in all of Victoria, especially in summer when the light brings out the ocean's gorgeous blue. The beach is family friendly and you only need to drive for an hour and a half from Melbourne.


Ballarat, north west of Melbourne, is one of a kind. Sovereign Hill is the city's most famous attraction. Go panning for real gold and learn about the hardships that migrants faced as they sought fortune during the 1850s Gold Rush. If you enjoy bushwalking, the Grampians National Park is nearby.

Macedon Ranges

This is a great place to visit in autumn when the leaves turn different shades of red and gold. You could easily eat and drink your way across this part of central Victoria. There's a seemingly endless choice of venues to sample gourmet food and wine. You may choose to relax at a spa or have a picnic in one of the beautiful public gardens scattered across the region. The choice is yours!


Planning a visit to the Great Ocean Road? Look no further than Lorne. It's a great location to base yourself as you travel up and down the coast visiting iconic attractions like the Twelve Apostles and Port Fairy. Lorne is also an easy one hour drive from Melbourne. In the summer, the patrolled surf beach is a great place to spend time with the family.
Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza

Brianna Piazza is an Australian television reporter and part-time travel blogger. Originally from Melbourne, she's currently living in Cairns where she works for WIN News and spends her weekends exploring the outdoors Far North Queensland.

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