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The city of Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is the centre of a vibrant regions that surrounds Port Phillip Bay. A modern, cosmopolitan and multicultural city Melbourne has a lively..
Melbourne has a distinctive style and character that sets the city apart from any other. It is an exciting place to visit, discover and enjoy.
This vibrant, cosmopolitan city is bursting..
Falls Creek is most well known for its fantastic skiing opportunities. During the colder months the fields of Falls turn into a wide spread snow paradise which is perfect for ski..
Cycle or skate along St Kilda’s palm-lined foreshore then make a dash for an alfresco dining table on Fitzroy or Acland streets against the panoramic backdrop of Port Phillip Bay.
Located seven kilometres east of Port Campbell, the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park is Victoria's second largest Marine National Park and covers 7,500 hectares along approximately 17..
Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park extends along 70 kilometres of mainland coastline and covers 15,550 hectares, making it the largest of our Marine National Parks. It is located..
Take a sip of integral Melbourne history in Lygon Street, Carlton. Carlton was the place where the city's famous café culture was born with the arrival of Melbourne's first espresso..
The seaside village of Sorrento is one of the most popular and pretty holiday escapes on the Mornington Peninsula. Sorrento’s position at the southern extremity of the peninsula at the..
The Alpine National Park is Victoria's largest and protects our highest mountains and varied alpine environments. With adjoining national parks in NSW and the ACT, it forms an area that..
Federation Square opened in October 2002, and was one of the most significant architectural developments undertaken in Melbourne and Australia. Federation Square hosts a number of major..
Inner suburban Fitzroy is Melbourne’s bohemian heart. An edgy mix of alternative, artistic and trendy elements, it has a fascinating collection of young designer and retro clothes shops..
A much loved Victorian holiday spot, Lakes Entrance enjoys a spectacular position on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meet the Southern Ocean.
Relax in the easy..
Towards the western end of the Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell is nestled among some of Victoria's most spectacular coastline scenery, including Port Campbell National Park and the Twelve..
The Southbank promenade along the Yarra River is one of Melbourne's most popular dining precincts, with its riverside setting and fantastic views of the city skyline. The promenade has a..
Bendigo is a charming and elegant regional city in central Victoria and an ideal base to explore Victoria's golden heritage. In the centre of town, gold era architecture nestles among..
Majestic and tree-lined, Collins Street is renowned for its style and glamour. The elegant boulevard is lined with grand heritage buildings built on the riches of the Victorian 19th-century..
As more local roads re-open after the recent fires, many areas are open to visitors once again. The information notes listed on Parks Victoria website provides details on all the..
Hotham's distinctively awesome terrain, weightless powder and summit-top village make for an unparalleled snow holiday and an amazing way to experience winter.
Hotham is the only snow..
This park represents all that is special about the Otways: the tall wet forests, ancient rainforests, the drier forests of the inland slopes and the very diverse heathlands and woodlands..
Take a trip to Ballarat in Victoria's Goldfields and discover rich history and heritage and a friendly, cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Ballarat is Victoria's largest inland city and is famous..
Daylesford is a village in the heart of Victoria's spa country. A stone's throw from Melbourne, it has long been a premier spa and rejuvenation centre.
With a population of just 3000..
The Melbourne Docklands is an exciting location with big plans. While it is already popular, a new urban renewal project is set to change the face of Melbourne's CBD, predicting a tourist..
Few cities can boast a garden as magnificent as Fitzroy Gardens so close to the city centre. Valued for its historic, aesthetic, architectural, and horticultural significance, the garden is..
Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, Mt Buller is situated in the heart of Victoria's High Country offering the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. At an easy..
Portsea is a coastal town located at the western tip on Mornington Peninsula. The town is located about six metres above sea level so many residents have great views of the surrounding..
Strut your stuff along Chapel Street and after arming yourself with internationally renowned designer labels from the vast array of fashion boutiques in Prahran and South Yarra, seat..
Torquay has the best of both worlds with its beaches — protected family beaches, plus the action of the surging surf. Nearby Jan Juc is a little 'wilder'. Bells Beach is next stop on the..
Bourke Street is in the central CBD of Melbourne. It is the basis of the Bourke Street Mall where visitors will find many different retail shops and very large department stores boasting..
Things to do * Visit the lighthouse museum * Take a guided tour of the historic lighthouse * See some of the best coastal scenery near Melbourne when you follow the Bushrangers Bay Nature..
Geelong is Victoria's second largest city and offers a diverse range of food, wine, cultural and recreation attractions and colonial history. A waterfront city, it is also the major gateway..
Hanging Rock is a rare example of the natural formation of rock known as Mamelon. The landmark was created by an unusual volcanic release of a stiff lava through a small gap in the earth...
Travel just 2.5 hours from Melbourne and step back into another time. Discover a tiny township that was once one of Australia’s richest towns and is now home to around 20 residents who..
Located at the foothills of the Otways and in the heart of the Great Ocean Road region, Apollo Bay has been called "Paradise by the Sea". Discover the town's wide, crescent-shaped sandy..
Each year in autumn, the deciduous trees in the town of Bright and the surrounding countryside put on a breathtaking display of colour. Located on the beautiful Ovens River and nestled in..
Located on the Murray River, Echuca-Moama is a heritage river town, home to a fleet of paddle steamers and a great base for waterskiing, swimming, cruising or taking a houseboat..
Lygon Street is crammed with double-storey Victorian terraces featuring endless cafes and restaurants serving steaming bowls of pasta, espresso and delicious gelati. Charming waiters will..
Melbourne Aquarium is the newest and most state-of-the-art aquarium in Australia. Not to be missed is the 360 degree Oceanarium which houses giant sharks and stingrays - witness the..
Melbourne Museum's stunning modernist architecture is an Australian icon - and the world's first museum for the internet age is interactive, innovative and fun! Plan to stay at least 2..
A Melbourne icon, the river is the focus for numerous spectacular events including the famous Moomba festival, rowing regattas, the Melbourne Festival and Dragon Boat Festivals. Heritage..
Anglesea is a coastal town and a popular resort on Bass Strait, 35kms south west of Geelong. It is surrounded by beautiful forest reserves and has an expansive safe estuarine beach based on..
Ararat is the only Australian town to have been founded by the Chinese who flocked to Victoria during the gold rush, and it retains the impressive architecture of the era. Known as..
Nestled at the eastern base of the Pyrenees Ranges to the north-west of Melbourne, Avoca is known for fine wines and horse races.
Sample the wines in the cool-climate Pyrenees wine region...
Near the township of Buchan, lies a honeycomb of caves full of spectacular limestone formations. Buchan Caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone rock. The..
In 1987 Sherbrooke Forest, Doongalla Reserve and Ferntree Gully National Park were combined to form Dandenong Ranges National Park. Covering 3215 hectares, the park plays an important role..
Base yourself at the picturesque town of Halls Gap for your Grampians exploration and be rewarded with a destination that’s perfect for both relaxing escapes and wilderness adventures...
Set in the Grampians National Park, the mountains dive through Lake Bellfield to create a stunning view. Green forestry lines the water which can best be enjoyed from a drifting..
Lake Eildon National Park is in the northern foothills of Victoria's Central Highlands, 150 km north-east of Melbourne. Situated on the shores of Lake Eildon, the park protects 27,750..
With its Mediterranean feel and picture-postcard scenery, this beautiful seaside town has been attracting visitors for more than a century. Set between the waters of Loutit Bay and the cool..
For a dose of style in the Gippsland Lakes, make your way to Metung. A great base for water sports enthusiasts, this tiny town features fine food and wine and a popular Sculpture..
Mount Arapiles is a spectacular feature, rising sharply from the Wimmera plains to form part of the Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park. The park includes Mitre Rock, adjacent to Mount Arapiles..
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