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The compact state of Victoria with it’s diversity of landscapes and terrains is the only region of Australia where visitors can get seriously off the beaten track. Off road adventures in Victoria are available for everyone from novice drivers to experienced four wheel drivers.
The Aboriginal history of the South Eastern corner of Australia stretches back 40,000 years, and can be uncovered with these experiences.
Warrnambool will star in Roadshow Films’, Oddball, which tells the story of the successful Middle Island Maremma Project.
A new trail is now open linking the alpine villages of Mt Hotham and Dinner Plain, highlighting the importance of Aboriginal heritage to the region.
A one off discovery tour of the wetlands, the Walupka Woka Ride, will give cyclists the rare opportunity to explore North East Victoria with the Yorta Yorta people.
The market for Australian Aboriginal art is has grown rapidly in recent years. Here are some of the best places to buy Victorian Aboriginal art.
Healesville Sanctuary’s biggest celebration of Indigenous culture, Corroboree, is set to launch on 28 March 2015.
It’s almost school holiday time but parents of Australia don’t panic! From nature and wildlife to cultural experiences, Victoria is well-equipped to entertain even the most energetic of family members this summer.
A new walking tour launching this summer will take visitors on a journey through Federation Square and along the banks of the Birrarung Marr.
Phillip Island Nature Parks, home to the world-famous Penguin Parade, has launched a new Aboriginal Heritage Tour honouring Phillip Island’s Traditional Owners. The tour takes visitors on a cultural journey through the […]
National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee – or NAIDOC Week – will be celebrated all around Victoria from 6-13 July 2014.
Recent days has seen Museum Victoria recognised on a global and national scale for its state of the art and innovative exhibitions showcasing Victoria’s fascinating history and engaging audiences young and old
The Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival (MIAF) returns to Melbourne for its second year from 5-16 February 2014 with a diverse program of 42 events.
The top arts and culture experiences taking place in Melbourne this summer.
The story of Victoria’s First Peoples will be told at a new exhibition at Melbourne Museum.