Where do you stop when driving from Melbourne to Adelaide?
Download the Melbourne to Adelaide map and start planning with our top spots to stop along the way….
- Robe. Robe, Limestone Coast.
- Coonawarra. Bellwether Wines, Coonawarra.
- Victor Harbor. Victor Harbor, Fleurieu Peninsula.
- Kangaroo Island. One Kangaroo Island.
- McLaren Vale. dArenberg Cube, Fleurieu Peninsula.
How long does it take to drive from Melbourne to Adelaide?
Minimum drive time from Melbourne to Adelaide is 8-9 hours (probably longer with children as you will need to make more stops) and it’s over 700 km. Going through Robe make the scenery nicer but increases the drive to over 850 km.
What is there to see between Melbourne and Adelaide?
Scenic Attractions from Melbourne to Adelaide
- The Otways and the Great Ocean Road.
- Sovereign Hill, Ballarat.
- The Grampians National Park.
- Mount Gambier, South Australia.
- The Wine Region of Coonawarra.
- Naracoorte Caves National Park.
- Victor Harbour and the Granite Island.
- Kangaroo Island, Lake Alexandrina, and Lake Albert.
Where do you stop on the way to Adelaide?
STOP 1: Melbourne.
What town is halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide?
The best city between Melbourne, Australia and Adelaide, Australia to meet is Horsham, Australia which is about 35 miles from the exact midpoint. The town that marks the exact halfway point is actually Nhill, Australia.
How long does it take to drive the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Adelaide?
The total distance from Adelaide to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road is just under 1,000km, and the drive time is 12.5 hours directly. (Note that it is quicker to take the inland route if you’re in a hurry, but this guide is all about the coastal attractions!)
How much would it cost to drive from Melbourne to Adelaide?
The total cost of driving from Melbourne, Australia to Adelaide, Australia (one-way) is $88.89 at current gas prices. The round trip cost would be $177.79 to go from Melbourne, Australia to Adelaide, Australia and back to Melbourne, Australia again. Regular fuel costs are around $4.92 per gallon for your trip.
What’s Adelaide famous for?
South Australia’s capital city of Adelaide is known for its festivals, incredible food and premium wine regions just a short drive from the centre of town. With a packed events calendar and some of the country’s best restaurants and small bars, there’s always something exciting happening in Adelaide.
Is Adelaide a boring city?
No, Adelaide is not a boring city, however job opportunities are limited after the closure of the car assembly industry.