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    Flying would be your best option.... Cheap airlines like jetstar or virgin has flights for about 170aud one way... Too far to drive ( takes days at least) over 9 years ago

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    Jetstar, Virgin, Tiger Airways. Also check out if you could get a Qantas Airpass. See the Qantas website for info (depends on what country you're coming from). over 9 years ago

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    Cheapest way if the timing is right would be to look at relocating a car/van back from Perth... companies like Britz or the following websites offer $1p/day relocation and cover fuel:

    www.drivenow.com.au/onewayrentals.jspc about 9 years ago

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    It is a loooong way, 3500kms, but one of the great journeys to take. Expect 40 hours of driving, so 3 or 4 really long days behind the wheel, which can cause all sorts of problems with fatigue.
    Best to take it slowly and stop off to see the sights along the way. Some beautiful and interesting towns along the way (South west WA, South Australia, country Victoria, and the Nullarbor isn't just a desert, it's actually really interesting)
    Some driving tips for you there. The WA to Melbourne drive is all bitumen with roadhouses/petrol stations along the route (fill up sometimes its over 200kms to the next one), so it's not dangerous (unless you're silly) but it is a bit of an adventure. about 9 years ago

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    You are best to fly (unless you need a car in Melbourne). 3500klm. Petrol is about $1.60litre, you might get 10klm/l. Air will cost about $300/350. Wear and tear on a car and your body means its a no brainer. about 9 years ago

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