Plan your Brisbane to Melbourne motorhome holiday with the help of our suggested 16-day itinerary. 
Make the experience yours by simply adding or removing any locations you want to include or leave out. If you have more time, you may wish to spend longer in specific places of interest or add more locations to your itinerary.


DAYS 1 -2
Fly from London to Brisbane with Malaysia Airlines via Kuala Lumpur.
DAYS 3 - 4
On arrival in Brisbane, stay in a hotel for two nights to acclimatise to the time difference and to explore the capital of Queensland. Head to South Bank for world-class galleries and entertainment, take a relaxing river cruise or simply pound the pavements, enjoying the sights and sounds of the city.
Pick up your motorhome and head south towards Sydney. Stopover in Byron Bay and create your own mini adventure - be it a surfing lesson, a nature walk, sea kayaking or a whale watching excursion.
Continue south into New South Wales to Coff’s Harbour, a scenic coastal city between the mountains and the sea. The Coffs Coast region is a real beauty spot with mountains, islands, marine reserves and 90 km of sandy beaches.
If koala bears are on your must-see list, factor in a visit to Port Macquarie - it's home to the Billabong Koala Wildlife Park and the Koala Preservation Society’s Koala Hospital.
Head to the famous Hunter Valley and taste some of Australia's finest wine. Semillon is top of the list, and shiraz, chardonnay and verdelho is also grown in the region. Take a vineyard tour, sample the goods and stock up for the remainder of your Brisbane to Melbourne motorhome experience.
DAYS 9 - 10
Sydney is your destination today. A city that needs no introduction, this contemporary east coast metropolis is famous for the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, its magnificent New year fireworks and of course, the gloriously sweeping Bondi Beach.
DAY 11
Continue south to Bowral, a traditional place of escape for Sydney gentry. Visit the International Cricket Hall of Fame, soak up the scenic views at Bowral Lookout or go bushwalking in Gibbergunyah Reserve.
DAY 12
Head inland towards Australia's capital, Canberra, a city rich in heritage and culture. Visit the Australian War Memorial, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery and the National Library.
DAY 13
Continue south into the state of Victoria and on to Falls Creek, a popular ski resort in the Alpine National Park, which is also a delightful walking destination during the summer months.
DAYS 14 - 15
The final leg of your journey takes you to Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, which is famous for its sporting and cultural attractions.
DAY 16
Fly back from Melbourne to London - why not stop over in Kuala Lumpur on your return?