As you leave Adelaide you head through the Coorong National Park and the Limestone Coast on the way to the Grampians & the Great Ocean Road.

 

  

 

The trip from Adelaide to Melbourne via the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road is one of the more popular road trips in Australia.

 

This below route is from Adelaide to Melbourne via the Coorong National Park, Kingston SE, Mt Gambier then across to the Grampians and then onto the Great Ocean Road to Melbourne.

 

Road Trip Map Adelaide to Melbourne

 

When you open the above link just remove the places that you are skipping and the map will adjust automatically.

 

There are various additions to this journey including the Coorong National Park, Kingston SE & Robe before heading to either Mt Gambier and the Grampians that can be included if time permits.

 

Also these other useful links will help you on your way.
 
If stopping at Kingston SE head into the Crown Inn Kingston SE and enjoy a cold beer and great food and let the guys know you are from Sunny's Backpackers and they will give you a great deal on accommodation which includes free car parking.
 
 
 
 
Useful links;
 
 

Grampians National Park

This link takes you straight to the park website.  It has all the info on the park and what to do, camping, hiking and all also all the details about access and fees.

 
 
Has all the must see places and all that you need to know for the Great Ocean Road.  As it is the official website of Tourism Victoria it is a great site to use as you are not bombarded with any pop up ads or any crap.  Just really good information and its easy to follow.
 
 
Happy road tripping!!!!!