4 Day Adelaide to Melbourne Explorer incl Kangaroo Island Itinerary

Enjoy a fun-filled small group adventure that starts in Adelaide, finishes in Melbourne and takes in Kangaroo Island, the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road.

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    • Total price tool tip
      USD $770
      CAD $795
      AUD $780
      EUR €535
      GBP £450
      NZD $870
      ZAR R7,810
      CHF FR650
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Grampians group

Day 1 Adelaide/Kangaroo Island

Travel to Cape Jervis and hop aboard the Sealink Ferry for the journey out to Kangaroo Island – make sure to keep your eyes peeled for dolphins surfing along in the bow’s wake. Pay a visit to the local sea lions of Seal Bay, then hit the white sand dunes of Little Sahara and try your hand at sandboarding. Perhaps spend the spare hours before dinner kayaking in Harriet River, trail-bike riding or exploring the area’s numerous hiking tracks. When night falls, perhaps embark on a guided nature walk in search of wallabies and possums.
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Day 2 Kangaroo Island/Adelaide

After breakfast, head out to the Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary in search of wild koalas nodding off in their eucalyptus-tree hideouts. Continue to Flinders Chase National Park and take in the superb coastal views from Remarkable Rock. Watch the local fur seals frolic offshore at Cape Du Couedic, and visit the gorgeous beaches of Stokes Bay before returning to the mainland.

Day 3 Adelaide/Grampians National Park

Leave Adelaide city behind and head out across its hills and the Murray River into Victoria. Enter the Grampians National Park and learn about the land's cultural significance to the local indigenous people. Then check out either McKenzie or Silverband Falls on a short nature hike and overnight in Halls Gap.
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Day 4 Great Ocean Road/Melbourne

Start the onwards journey to the Great Ocean Road. Savour the ever-changing but always stupendous coastal vistas offered by the route, culminating in arrival at the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge. Stop off briefly to see some koalas at Kennett River and to witness the world famous Bells Beach surf break in Torquay, then hit the highway – final destination, Melbourne.