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Great Ocean Road



Recognised as one of the world's most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road follows the stunning coastline of Victoria's south-west. Stretching from Torquay, just south of Geelong, to Allansford, east of Warrnambool, the road winds along cliff tops beside breathtaking headlands, down onto the edge of beaches, across river estuaries and through rainforests, offering ever-changing panoramic views of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. If you driving between Melbourne and Adelaide, it is definitely the long way but well worth the extra time because of the stunning scenery.
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  • Great Alpine Road



    The Great Alpine Road is Australia s highest year-round accessible sealed road that winds through Victoria's High Country. It is one of the few roads in Australia that passes through lofty mountains, valleys, forests, rivers, vineyards and farms, giving travellers the opportunity to sample the local food and wine, and fish, cycle, climb or ride along the way.
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    • Grand Ridge Road, Gippsland



      Grand Ridge Road snakes 132km along the ridge of Victoria's Strzelecki Ranges between the Latrobe Valley and South Gippsland. The ever-changing scenery encompasses Mt. Baw Baw to the north, to the green Latrobe Valley and the sandy beaches and blue waters of the Bass Coast and Wilsons Promontory to the south. Along the way are quaint villages, fern forests, rolling pastures, towering mountain ash and forestry plantations.
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      • Upper Goulburn Valley Goldfields



        In the 1860s the mountainous terrain of the Upper Goulburn Valley was invaded by thousands of miners after alluvial gold was first disovered at Raspberry Creek in 1859. Today the Goulburn and Jamieson Rivers are popular for trout fishing, canoeing, 4-wheel driving and gold fossicking in and around the ghost towns and gold mines on and beyond the Yarra Track.
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        • Barry Way



          Anyone who plans to travel between Melbourne and Sydney but wants to go the long way around through the heart of Australia's Alpine Country, Barry Way is for you. It is a combination of sealed and unsealed road linking Jindabyne in NSW high country to Lakes Entrance on the Victorian Gippsland Coast. During Summer, Barry Way is a popular route for adventuring cyclists. The road passes through some very remote and unspoilt wilderness in the Australian Alps, and provides views of the Snowy River valley and the surrounding mountains.

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