Self-Drive Tour of Melbourne
4 Nights/ 5 Days 
Melbourne - Mornington Peninsula - Warrnambool - Melbourne 
Detailed Tour Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrive Melbourne Airport

After arriving at the Melbourne international airport, continue to the car rental company desk to pick your car hired for self-drive. Proceed to the hotel. Later, leave for sightseeing including the Eureka Skydeck 88 entry- to have a bird’s view of the city, Melbourne cricket ground (tour between 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.) and the Melbourne aquarium – home to thousands of aquatic animals. The evening is scheduled for an unforgettable and unique dining experience on-board the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant, a restaurant on wheels. Relish your dinner and taste the best Australian wines while cruising along the streets of Melbourne. Admire the colonial-style interiors and the friendly service. Stay overnight in Melbourne.

Day 02:

Melbourne - Mornington Peninsula

On day 2, post breakfast begin driving to Yarra Valley, a beautiful and lush valley, popular for its wines. Indulge in wine tasting at the well-known De Bortoli Wine Estate. Afterwards, continue your drive to Mornington Peninsula where you can indulge in a number of activities. Take a walk in the lush fields and relish juicy sunny ridge strawberries at the peninsula fields- Australia’s largest producer of strawberries. Growing strawberries is the third generation business in the peninsular region. Next you explore the beautiful Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens (25 acres of area) - the oldest and the most famous hedge maze and circular rose maze in Australia. Night stay in Mornington Peninsula.

Day 03:

Mornington Peninsula - Warrnambool

Post breakfast on the 3rd day of the tour, you can opt for a tour of the Queenscliff Sorrento Ferry Service. This trip of 40-minutes is a link between the spectacular Bellarine Peninsula and Mornington Peninsula. Enjoy a view of this beautiful coastal region and spot the dolphins. The next attraction is Port Campbell National Park, popular for the twelve apostles and collection of wave-sculpted rock formations. Another major highlight is Loch Ard Gorge, a shipwreck ‘loch ard’ of the 19th century and the London Bridge. Take a walk along the shipwreck coast. Afterwards, drive along the picturesque Great Ocean road. After this, if you want then you can take a flight towards the bay of islands over the 12 apostles through the London Bridge or can simply take a walk on the shipwreck coast up till the Cape Otway Lighthouse. Night stay in Warrnambool.

Day 04:

Warrnambool – Melbourne

Post breakfast on day 4, begin driving towards Melbourne. On the way take a halt to visit Ballarat, the sovereign hill a Gold Museum. Get back in time, into the 1850s when affluent men and women, all dressed-up in the fineries and gold, walked down the street, showingoff their wealth. View the jaw-dropping collected of gold coins, artifacts and nuggets. Continue towards Melbourne. The evening is free for the activities of your interest. Stay overnight.

Day 05:

Departure from Melbourne

Today is the last day of the tour when post a healthy breakfast, you receive an on-time transfer to the airport where your first return the car and later board a flight for your onward journey or can opt for an extension of your vacation.

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