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Throughout Victoria, visitors will find food and wine trails mapped out guiding the way to some of the state’s best producers.
Nature lovers are well catered for in Victoria, where accommodation options include rustic rainforest retreats, modernist eco-homes set in bushland, and beachside cottages with killer ocean views.
No matter the season or the stretch of coastline, there’s top notch fish and chips to be found in many of Victoria’s coastal towns and villages. Here are some of the top picks.
Pitch a tent or book a private cabin – holiday parks and campsites provide some of the most impressive locations in Australia and now cater to all budget levels and types of holiday-makers from families to groups.
A family holiday doesn’t just have to include human members of the family. Today, furry friends are welcome to stay at many of Victoria’s holiday accommodation options too.
The world’s most liveable city will welcome a host of new attractions, events and experiences in 2017.
Victoria’s rich gold rush history has left a trail of interesting treasures resulting in hundreds of antique shops with thousands of collectibles capturing a moment in time.
Some of Victoria’s beaches are best explored in winter, when the waves are thunderous and the shores windswept.
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.
No wheels? No worries! Victoria’s compact nature lends itself to easy escapes without a car.
Luxury accommodation in regional Victoria offers much more than fluffy dressing gowns and high cotton thread counts.
There’s nothing like grabbing a bunch of girlfriends and hitting the road for a weekend of laughs and leisure. Discover some of the best getaways regional Victoria has to offer.
Wander Victoria showcases the scenic beauty and diverse natural landscapes to be found throughout Victoria’s regions. Find out more about the featured locations.
There are dozens of local markets throughout Victoria, where craftspeople and producers set up ‘shop’, offering a diverse array of homemade and hand crafted wares and produce.
The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (4 – 13 March) enters its 24th year in 2016 with a smorgasbord of more than 290 food and wine events across Victoria.
The Aboriginal history of the South Eastern corner of Australia stretches back 40,000 years, and can be uncovered with these experiences.