Explore Victoria's coastline, some of it rugged and windswept, such as near The Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell along the Great Ocean Road, one of the world's most scenic coastal drives.
You can also see memorabilia associated with history at Warrnambool and Echuca. Fed by mountain water the mighty Murray River forms part of Victoria's northern border Vine and citrus fruits appear in abundance almost side by side. A mecca for fishing, swimming and boating, The Murray also supports a thriving industry in the form of paddle steamers which operate sightseeing and dining cruises.
Almost all of Victoria's national parks are accessible to motorists. There are beautiful botanical gardens all over the State, as well as hundreds of wineries. In fact the Yarra Valley is fast becoming recognised as one of the best wine making regions in the world.
Picnic among ferns and waterfalls while you listen to the calls of a thousand birds. Find Australia's history. Pan for gold in the towns that were built on gold. Explore museums and take home local art and craft. Go swimming in a lake, a rock pool or a river Or find a white sandy beach along Victorias magnificent coastline.
Victoria is a playground of changing landscape and natural wonders, and it is all there waiting for you.
Regions of Victoria
Ballarat in a vibrant city with a number of hotel accommodation options.
From the cafes of riverside Southgate to the designer fashion stores of South Yarra, Melbourne is a celebration of style and sophistication. Glorious architecture, excellent hotels providing luxury accommodation, outstanding galleries and opulent theatres, fine cuisine and superb local wines in award-winning restaurants and a lively cafe scene.