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We will be driving from Melbourne to Sydney for 3 days. What are the not to miss places? More to the coast or inland? Where are the best places to stopover in the night? And during the day where to enjoy the natural parks or beaches?

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    You can drive the inland route (Hume Hwy) in 10 hours. I have done it many times. It is direct but fairly boring with not many sights to see. Alternatively you can take the coast road (Princess Hwy.). Take 2 or three days and enjoy the lovely coastal scenery and towns along the way.
    Enjoy Australia.
    Cheers. about 9 years ago

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    Forget about driving the inland route... The only thing to see is Canberra (and there's nothing to see in Canberra).

    Drive along the coast, and stop wherever the scenery looks good. It should be a very safe route. almost 9 years ago

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    The dramatic coast between Sydney and Melbourne is one of Australia's best kept secrets and takes in National Parks, beautiful surf beaches and pristine lakes along the way. Form Melbourne to Sydney the best night stopover place is Canberra too and Tidal River near Wilsons Promontory National Park. The Natural parks are for enjoying like croajingolong national park, Royal National Park, Mimosa Rocks National Park, Cape Conran Coastal Park, Wilsons Promontory National Park.
    www.yeslimotaxis.com.au almost 6 years ago

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