From Adelaide, you can either travel Via The Fleurieu Peninsula or the Murray River. These Routes have amazing views and are able to provide plenty of breaks and revive on your drive.
For a Coastal drive from Adelaide take the Main South Range Road to travel through the scenic places of Yankalilla, Victor Habour and Goolwa then travel inland to Strathalbyn through the vines to Langhorne Creek, cross the Murray on the 24hr car ferry at Wellington to join Princes Hwy at Meningie.
The more direct route via Fleurieu Peninsula takes the Victor Harbour Road from Adelaide then travel inland to Strathalbyn through the vines to Langhorne Creek, cross the Murray on the 24hr car ferry at Wellington to join Princes Hwy at Meningie.
Take the South Eastern Freeway through the Adelaide Hills, enjoy the view from the bridge over the mighty Murray and turn right at Tailem Bend to join the Princes Highway to Meningie or follow the Dukes Hwy turning right onto Riddoch Hwy for an amazing Inland experience.
From Melbourne, there are many different directions to arrive from. The opportunity to explore many of the wonderful areas on the way can take in some spectacular scenery. The routes are
Starting from Melbourne, it's an easy drive taking you along cliff tops and surf beaches and through lush rainforest. Arrive at the South Australia Border via Nelson and then travel Via Mount Gambier.
Getting Here By Bus
Premier Stateliner is one of South Australia's largest privately owned coach companies and has operated for over 40 years. Running throughout South Australia servicing all towns in the Limestone Coast Region. http://premierstateliner.com.au/
V-Line runs several services to Mount Gambier. https://www.vline.com.au/
Catch a Flight from either Melbourne or Adelaide landing at Mount Gambier. http://www.rex.com.au/