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where should we visit from Melb. to South Australia

melb, australia
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where should we visit from Melb. to South Australia

We are first trip caravanners and we plan to start off in Melb. and then travel around the coast to Adelaide and then go inland to Broken Hill etc

Where do people suggest we visit? We have 10 weeks to do this

Thanks heaps

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1. Re: where should we visit from Melb. to South Australia

This will be an awesome trip for you.

Having a caravan will allow you to stop off a number of great places.

I can give you some advice around Great Ocean Road and Warrnambool, into Limestone Coast South Australia.

Warrnambool has a great holiday park on the beach called Surfside Holiday Park. This allows you access to the each and the foreshore promendade area. You can also buy tickets to the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village at a discount overthe Surfside reception desk.

I also like Nelson as a small little town. Good pub and fishing in the Nelson River. If you like bush camping try Princes Margeret Rose Caves near Nelson.

Drop into Beachport over in South Australia Robe. Great little villages and interesting walks and drives.

Have a great trip.

melb, australia
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2. Re: where should we visit from Melb. to South Australia

Thank you very much for all your help

Regards

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