This is one to add to the bucket list. The 243 kilometer stretch of road in Victoria is a right of passage for every Australian. The main attraction? The 12 Apostles. Immerse yourself in the landscape and surreal surroundings of the journey that is the Great Ocean Road. As it is one of the most favored road trips, there is plenty to do in the number of towns and villages positioned across the stretch of coastline. Concerns of your fitted tyres lifecycle can be placed on the backburner, although we encourage you to never leave for a road trip without a spare tyre. We do, however, recommend you watch out for wildlife, download maps or have a hardcopy with you in case you lose signal and keep your headlights on.
If you are a beach lover, this one is for you. You cannot miss seamless interaction between the outback and the coastline. Stock up on supplies as suggested in our previous post as resources are scattered across the 1200km stretch.
A true Australian Road Trip enriched in history. Following the path of Alice Springs, Uluru and Kings Canyon with a recommended 6 days put aside to make the most out of the drive. Four-wheel drive is preferred however, the journey can be done by two-wheel drive. National parks, waterholes, gorges are just the beginning of your outback adventure.
Not the be forgotten in seeking the ultimate Australian road trip:
The 75 mile Beach Road (QLD)
Sydney to Jervis Bay (NSW)
The Nullarbor Plain (SA)
Gibb River Road (WA)
The Great Alpine Road (VIC)