Overview: Road trip of Victoria’s East Coast
Take road trip through Victoria’s Eastern coast, from Melbourne to the NSW border. Follow this guide for the best places to stop and where to find the best fish n’ chips!
A small coastal town with THE best fish n’ chips in Australia and a daily pelican feeding!
One of the most popular day trips from Melbourne. Check out the famous adorable blue fairy penguins at night and get up close to a variety of Australian native animals.
A beach with cool rock formations that’s worth checking out if you’re driving by on a road trip.
Wilsons Promontory National Park
Wilson’s Prom is a huge national park roughly 3 hours drive from Melbourne. It sits at the most southern point of mainland Australia. There are coastal views, mountain views, beaches, tropical hikes, sand dunes, and wildlife! Check out my comprehensive guide here.
Raymond Island is a small island located off of the town of Paynesville. This island is known for its large population of wild koalas. It’s a free ferry onto the island and only takes half an hour to follow the koala trail.
Lakes Entrance is a seaside town that is a popular place for fishing. It’s aptly named from all the surrounding lakes that converge in this one area and flow out to sea.