In this post, you will read how we managed to travel for a month in Australia with only spending $1200 ( EUR 800) each. Australia is definitely not cheap but with these tips and tricks, you can save money during your road trip.
Shark Bay is located on the most West point of Australia and is official a UNESCO World heritage sight. The crystal clear waters, sea-grass beds full of turtles and dugongs (sea cows), dolphins and much more makes it to a place which should definitely be on your bucket list to visit.
After a long and dusty drive from Coober Pedy, we arrived at the mighty Uluru. Maybe the most famous natural wonder of Australia and the place where the longest culture of the world is still active. Everyone has seen Uluru on a picture, but to see it with your own eyes, it is definitely impressive!
On the third day of our road trip, we left the Grampians National Park early and drove all the way to Barossa Valley. Barossa Valley is an important and beautiful wine region a 60 KM from Adelaide. Barossa Valley is well known for the Riesling and Shiraz. As we are both wine lovers, and especially when it comes to red wine, we had to do a few wine tastings here.
The first stop of our road trip is Grampians National Park. This National Park is located 260 KM from Melbourne in the state Victoria. The Grampians is a mountain range filled with beautiful nature, waterfalls, walking tracks, wildlife and culture. We were planning to spend 2 days here hiking and enjoying the nature.