Can you drive from Melbourne to Sydney?

Can you drive from Melbourne to Sydney?

There are a few different routes you could take to get between Melbourne and Sydney. The most direct way is to go straight along the Hume Highway, the main road that connects the two. That takes about ten hours of driving but it’s not particularly scenic.

Where should I stop between Melbourne and Sydney coast?

Phillip Island should be the first stop when you leave Melbourne – or alternatively, you can explore this rugged island on a day trip from the city itself if you’d prefer. Found just off the southern coast close to Melbourne, Phillip Island is famous for being a haven for local wildlife.

Where does the Hume Highway stop from Melbourne to Sydney?

Driving between Sydney and Melbourne: The best stops on a Hume Highway road trip

  • Clementine restaurant in Yass.
  • HMAS Otway submarine. Photo: Paul Jeffers.
  • Albury’s Atura hotel. Photo: Mark Lane.
  • Youngsters play in the Murray River, Noreuil Park, Albury.
  • The Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) is helping put Albury on the map.

How long does it take to drive from Melbourne to Sydney along the coast?

13 hours
How long does it take to drive from Sydney to Melbourne along the coast? The coastal route is infinitely more scenic; it takes an average of 13 hours. I would not recommend you attempt this in less than 2 days.

Where does the Hume Highway start and finish?

A brief history of the Hume Highway In 1928 it was re-named the Hume Highway. The Hume Highway has had a number of starting points over the years however, at this time it starts/finishes on Parramatta Road in Summer Hill in Sydney and starts/finishes at the Western Ring Road in Melbourne.

Where can I stop over on way to Sydney?

The 5 Best Stopovers To Australia

  1. Dubai Stopover. A glistening city flanked by ocean waves and desert sands, Dubai has become an increasingly popular stopover location for people making their way to Australia.
  2. Singapore Stopover.
  3. Kuala Lumpur Stopover.
  4. Bangkok Stopover.
  5. Hong Kong Stopover.

How much does it cost to drive from Sydney to Melbourne?

How long does it take to drive from Sydney to Melbourne? Driving from Sydney to Melbourne and back will take you just over 18 hours in total (9 hours each way), and you can expect an average car to use around $340.50 worth of petrol in total – that’s around $85.00 each for four.

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