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Old 05-29-2004, 09:47 PM   #1
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hey guys,
i'm planning a trip from brisbane to melbourne/adielaide/ayers rock/alice springs/great ocean road.

i'm hoping to get to melbourne about JUNE 19TH, and i have about a month for all that.
anyone know the best route to take like, which tour agency and in which order to complete any of this.

If i have time i might check out darwin too.
thanks.
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hmmm id suggest if you're arriving in Melbourne to travel from Melbourne to Adelaide via The Great Ocean Rd.... to see all the sights allow at LEAST 2 days... ummm fly from Adelaide to Alice Springs and possibly hire a car? Drive to Ayres rock/Uluru theres a great hostel there Oh if you're hiring a car and have a spare day check out Kings Canyon very nice! Then prolly fly from Alice to Brissy...

Anyway all just possibilies/options... hope you have a great time! The Great Ocean Rd and Uluru are awesome
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Oh damn 19th June! LOL! the joys of being a newbie.... old posts are new ones for me... i must remember to read all info before answering...

Anyway i hope you had a great trip Glo Bug! Do tell
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