Journeys

Adelaide to Clare Trip | Adelaide

A round trip to this town passes through Gawler, Hamley Bridge and Balaklava and returns through Auburn and Kapunda. A day of very varied scenery, through plains and hills can be experienced. The trip is about 326 kms.

Adelaide to Victor Harbor Trip | Adelaide

This trip of about 209 km and passes through some of the best country around Adelaide. Noarlunga is a popular picnic spot, Victor Harbor is a holiday and fishing resort, and at Goolwa you are near the mouth of the Murray River.

Adelaide to Wallaroo Trip | Adelaide

This is an interesting trip to Spencer's Gulf through northern pastoral country, wheat fields and industrial areas. With a visit to the mines at Wallaroo and excursions to towns along the Gulf of St. Vincent, the trip is about 370 km.

Great Ocean Road Journey, Torquay to Warrnambool | Torquay

The Great Ocean Road is a 243 km stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. The road was constructed to provide work for returning soldiers and dedicated as a Memorial to those killed in the First World War. It is one of Australia's great scenic coastline drives. Like sentinels guarding a wild and untamed coastline, the Twel...

Melbourne to Sorrento & Portsea Trip | Melbourne

This trip traverses Mornington Peninsula. The forward journey is along the Beach Road, which skirts the western shore of Port Phillip to Sorrento and Portsea, where tourists have the choice of surfing at either of these resorts. On the homeward journey the Peninsula is crossed to Flinders, and the tour continued along its eastern edge to Hastings and thence back to the city via Frankston and St Ki...

Sydney to Burragorang Trip | Sydney

Sydney to Burragorang via The Oaks, is the Mecca of the caravaner who wishes to laze on the green carpeted banks of the fish stocked Wollondilly River. Return trip 205 km

Sydney to Hawkesbury River Trip | Sydney

The Hawkesbury River rises in the tablelands south of Sydney, where it is known as the Wollondilly and later as the Warragamba and later the Nepean After flowing along the edge of the Blue Mountains it enters the ocean at Broken Bay. From a scenic standpoint the Hawkesbury is one of Australia's finest rivers. Anthony Trollope wrote of it, "The Hawkesbury has neither castles nor islands, nor has ...