Coastal Drive – Take a drive from Phillip Island to Inverloch and uncover some of the coastlines most spectacular views. Take a drive out to The Nobbies and witness sweeping rugged and sweeping coastal views across to Seal Rocks and Bass Strait. For something a from tranquil, take a slow drive around the township of Rhyll. The drive from Phillip Island into San Remo and beyond offers stunning views of Western Port Bay, French Island and Bass Coast. Follow the route towards Inverloch and be greeted with magnificent coastal views at Kilcunda and along the Bunurong Coastal Drive.
Penguins to The Prom - Journey between two of Victoria's most loved tourist attractions - the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory National Park at the southernmost tip of mainland Australia.
You'll uncover much more than these two major sights as you wind your way through South Gippsland and Bass Coast on this 200-kilometre drive. Detour along the Bunurong Coastal Drive for sweeping ocean views and unique rocky outcrops, wander along almost deserted rugged beaches, cast a line for a fish supper, or enjoy a counter meal in a typical country pub before you reach the breathtakingly spectacular Wilsons Prom.
Towns to visit: San Remo, Kilcunda, Wonthaggi, Inverloch, Cape Paterson, Fish Creek
Sydney Melbourne Touring Route - The magnificent stretch of coastline between Sydney and Melbourne is one of Australia’s most dramatic and naturally beautiful self-drive experiences. Along its length, the great waters of the Pacific Ocean, Tasman Sea and Bass Strait have carved out dramatic headlands and created beautiful coves and beaches. The ancient ranges that follow it inland are covered in vast expanses of national parks and forests protecting pristine lakes and rivers. Nestled amongst these natural wonders are dozens of quaint fishing villages, tiny colonial hamlets and thriving rural towns built by the country’s most adventurous settlers.