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A guide to township of Halls Gap – the gateway to the grand and majestic Grampians National Park and home to Victoria’s longest running food and wine festival, the Grampians Grape Escape.
A guide to Gippsland’s Bass Coast, which will host one of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival’s Regional World’s Longest Lunches on March 14.
A number of new accommodation offerings have opened in Melbourne over the past few months.
A guide to the heritage town of Maryborough – home of the annual Maryborough Highland Gathering held every New Years Day.
Playing and sleeping green in Victoria is made easy with a variety of award-winning eco-friendly accommodation operators throughout the State.
Daylesford welcomes the addition of two new accommodation options to its stable of premium self-contained properties.
Tourism Victoria has launched a new video highlighting the premium spa village of Daylesford.
Victoria has exciting new accommodation developments in key regions of the Great Ocean Road, Marysville, Victoria’s High Country and Melbourne cbd.
Lighthouses, located along Victoria’s coastal cliff tops, were built as beacons to warn ships of treacherous coastlines. Some now offer romantic accommodation in the lighthouse keepers’ cottages.
Sassafras is a charming village set in the Dandenong Ranges, just an hour’s drive east of Melbourne along the scenic Mount Dandenong Tourist Road. Set next to the Dandenong Ranges National Park, the village is a fern-lined haven for travellers wanting a peaceful escape from city life.
The Mornington Peninsula recently welcomed the addition of four distinctly different accommodation options from apartment style accommodation through to exclusive retreats.
Spring is the ideal time to visit regional Victoria with several notable properties recently opening their doors.