Hi all, We're heading up to Sydney next week and I'm looking for some advice from those knowledgeable about the routes from Goulburn to Sydney. My current plan is to head off the Hume at Goulburn and drive over to the coast, then up to Sydney by the coast road through Wollongong. No particular reason other than nicer scenery since we're in no hurry. However I'm wondering about just how 'bad' the Macquarie Pass is? It looks very pretty, but I've come across a few articles about the accident rates, wannabes trying to use it as a racetrack, trucks on the single lane sections just about running people off the road on blind bends etc etc. It all sounds a bit overblown, but is it really that bad? This is supposed to be a relaxing road trip so don't want to end up regretting taking an inappropriate route. Since I'll have wife and young daughter on board there's also no possibility of any spirited driving on my part, so am I likely to end up being a pain to the other traffic by cruising through there at non-vomit-inducing speeds (quite slow in my wife's case on windy roads )? Hardly a life or death decision but interested in the perspectives of anyone who has traveled the Pass a bit, thanks!