How To Get There
By car: a great way to experience the park is to drive the Great
Alpine Road Touring Route which winds through the heart of the
Victorian Alps on the highest altitude road in Victoria, and offers
panoramic views as far as the eye can see.
The sealed road passes through farmland valleys, along winding
rivers, through the eucalypt forests of the Alpine National Park then
deep into mountain cattleman country, to the lakes and the ocean
beyond. Avoid the winter months if you plan to do an Alpine region
By air: 20 kms from Hotham and 10 kms from Dinner Plain is
Australia’s highest commercial airport. During the peak skiing
season, there are connecting flights Australia wide.
By coach: most Victorian based coach companies operate tours to and
through the alpine regions of Victoria. Coaches depart daily from
Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station Coach Terminal and Tullamarine