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    Hi Alicia
    It really depends what you want to see and what you where you want to go. The east coast is a huge distance to drive if you want to see all of it - options are drive, take the train or fly into selected airports (my preference is the last!)
    Regards
    Suzi almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Suzi Watral via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    There are many ways, and it all depends on how you like to travel and see it. In my opinion there are three ways of traveling, and this will hopefully help you in making a choice on the way you want to travel. If you were totally independent this would mean that you would love to do everything yourself, then you would like to take a camper or a car. If your semi-independent then the bus such as the Greyhound bus, these work by kilometre passes, so you can pick where you would like to go. there is also the OZ Experience, this is where you pick the route you would like to do and then you decide if you want to stay extra anywhere else. The last way would be Adventurer tours, which would include accommodation, Food, Transport and a guide. So those are the ways of transport, my favourite is Oz Experience, because it let me jump on and off where ever i wanted to, and i still got to meet some awesome people and made some really great friendships, almost 9 years ago

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    Buy or hire a cheap van and drive up yourself at your own pace. almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Ian C via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I like Ian's idea. I'd probably quite happily just drive my car around though. I'd do a little research first and just camp in my tent as appropriate. It really does depend on how long you want to take - a few days or a few weeks... almost 9 years ago

    Answered by Dan via Site_iconTravellr.com

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