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perth to sydney in three months!!!

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1. Posted by ruby_rhr (Budding Member 2 posts) 8y

My friend and I are going to be landing in perth around 14th Feb and plan to have three months in oz before flying to new zealand from sydney mid may. What is the best route to do this and squeeze in the most. Ive found a few routes in travellers books but they are all based on a six month stay.

Any comments and guidance really welcome guys :)

Thanks

2. Posted by divaboy (Full Member 75 posts) 8y

Not very helpful I know , but looks like i'll be landing the same day as yourselves in perth

3. Posted by ruby_rhr (Budding Member 2 posts) 8y

ha no way!! cool - where you flying from? how long you there for and what are your plans? you could be very useful if you know stuuf?? what do you know stuff about? :)

4. Posted by divaboy (Full Member 75 posts) 8y

Flying from heathrow on the 11th of Feb with Malaysian airlines. Off to Australia for 12 months starting perth and working my way round with the weather.

What do you want to know ??

5. Posted by lavenlaar (Budding Member 46 posts) 8y

Quoting ruby_rhr

My friend and I are going to be landing in perth around 14th Feb and plan to have three months in oz before flying to new zealand from sydney mid may. What is the best route to do this and squeeze in the most. Ive found a few routes in travellers books but they are all based on a six month stay.

Any comments and guidance really welcome guys :)

Thanks

North - South
Could look at Perth > Broome > Darwin > Alice > Adelaide > Melbourne > Sydney

or
South - North
Perth > Albany > Kalgoorlie > Alice > Kakadu > Cairns > Brisbane > Sydney

Dont forget you can always fly to Melb/Syd/Bris for about $70 one way.

cheers
brendan

6. Posted by hmclehto (Full Member 142 posts) 8y

I would miss the Rock, you will see enough red dirt along the way anyway ;) will save you lots of time. Follow the coast line Perth down South then across the Nullarbor to Adelaide, Melbourne and via Sapphire Coast (absolutely gorgeous beaches along this way, often people drive straight up from Melbourne) to Sydney. If you have more time continue up north...