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Located between Yarrawonga and Wodonga, just 10 kilometres from the Murray River and the small state border town of Wahgunyah, Rutherglen combines historical charm with a burgeoning food and wine scene.
How to take a date from ‘drinks and nibbles’ to ’24 hours of romance’ in one impressive swoop.
Victoria’s snow season is fast approaching and 2017 promises to be another bumper year with a range of activities, events and amenities just waiting to be experienced.
Ballarat turns into a winter wonderland this July when the Ballarat Winter Festival returns for another year.
As Melbourne gears up for the blockbuster South American Derby between Brazil and Argentina, it’s not only Neymar vs Messi that will entertain soccer fans in Melbourne, the city’s South American inspired entertainments provide muchos frivolity for visitors and locals alike.
Melbourne maintains a long-standing love affair with all things French, and Bastille Day (July 14) provides the perfect opportunity for Francophiles to say ‘Bonjour!’ to all things French.
Bypass the florist stores and send away the violins – recent research shows that a short break in regional Victoria is one of the most romantic things that partners can do for each other.
As Melburnians get their hops on for the annual and growing Good Beer Week, (12 – 21 May) showcasing local, Australian and international brews with hundreds of event around town, craft breweries in Geelong and surrounds continue to make their mark in this burgeoning industry.
Whether it’s Mother’s Day (May 14th Australia) or not, Melbourne provides every reason to extend celebrations of the mother to a full and memorable day out for the whole family.
Launching in June, the Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour will be just that – the ultimate foodie tour.
Travel beyond Melbourne’s city limits to properly appreciate the beauty of Victoria.
The West Gippsland region of regional Victoria is somewhat of a hidden gem, a place that offers visitors space and time to experience an authentic slice of rural life.
A ground-breaking celebration of Aboriginal culture and indigenous arts.
Two of Melbourne’s dining institutions have recently gone under the knife, and not in the way one might expect. Both Cutler & Co., and Attica have had their interiors stripped back, re-designed, and are now re-defining dining room aesthetic.
A sunny summer, followed by good rains and an autumnal cold snap have seen Victoria’s deciduous trees swiftly produce leaves in all manner of vivid reds, oranges and browns. The oh-so-photogenic foliage makes this the perfect time of year to explore the landscapes of regional Victoria, while also sampling some of the best food, wine and events the season has to offer.
Chef Aaron Turner of renowned restaurant Igni takes us on a tour of his favourite Geelong Bellarine producers.