The ultimate winter experience can be found closer to the city of Melbourne than one might expect. Here are some of the best ways to embrace the chill this winter.
White Night will return to Melbourne for the fourth year running on 18 February 2017, and for the first time ever, the all-night festivities will extend to regional Victoria: Ballarat will host its own White Night, two weeks after the Melbourne event, on 4 March 2017.
Ben Shewry of Attica talks about what makes Melbourne a culinary capital.
Melbourne has been confirmed as the host city for the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards in 2017.
There are many ways to explore the culinary scene in Melbourne and Victoria. Here are some of the finest.
Victoria is fast developing a reputation for premium boutique distilleries with a number of suppliers offering everything from gin using native botanicals to small-batch whiskey.
Melbourne is known for its hidden treasures which means a night on the town sometimes involves getting a little lost. But for these bars, the adventure is always worth it.
A snapshot of the state’s best food and wine; arts and culture; eco-tourism; nature; and hidden villages.
Regional Victoria’s ever-expanding arts scene offers everything from galleries to festivals, from trails to museums.
Whether on skis or a board, or if taking a more relaxed approach on snow shoes, a toboggan or dog sled, or simply building a snow man, Victoria’s alpine region has an option for everyone and plenty of accommodation options from which to explore it.
Historic Castlemaine is a bustling town renowned for its eclectic arts scene, rich gold rush history, and growing reputation as a fine food destination.
From Brae to The Royal Mail Hotel, Oakridge Estate, Little Green Corner and more – regional Victorian chefs are sharing a commitment to using ingredients native to Australia and Victoria.
Victoria’s love of live music and performance sends sound waves far and wide. The state is home to an estimated 350 festivals that feature live music and some of the country’s most-loved live music venues and performance spaces.
Eco-tourism in Victoria provides travelers with the opportunity to go beyond having little or no impact on the places they visit, to leaving behind a positive legacy of their stay.
Bradley Fauteux is the newly appointed Chief Executive of Parks Victoria, which manages more than four million hectares of parks and waterways across the state.
Melbourne is a city obsessed with coffee. Cold drips, aero-press and cupping are common words in the local vernacular thanks to a widespread passion for the bean, complemented by a […]