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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.
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.
No wheels? No worries! Victoria’s compact nature lends itself to easy escapes without a car.
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.
Vibe Hotel Marysville has opened its doors, bringing 101 fresh new guest rooms, a fabulous new conference centre, exhibition space, spa and wellbeing facility to town.
Victoria received three Gold, seven Silver and two Bronze awards at the 2013 Qantas Australian Tourism Award.
The ‘Best in State’ of Victoria’s tourism industry were recognised and awarded for excellence at the 29th RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.
A quaint little village in The Macedon Ranges, Trentham is an ideal location to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy the variety of indulgences available in the region.
Pieces monthly roundup of ‘hidden gems’ – cultural romance at Fairhall, Melbourne by Foot beer tour, new giraffes at Hall Gap Zoo, Walhalla Vinter Ljusfest, RACV Food & Wine program and Healesville Sanctuary’s new interactive bird experiences.
Set amidst the picturesque slopes of Victoria’s High Country is the village of Bright, a scenic four hour drive out of the CBD.
Since the 2009 fires Marysville and surrounds have been heavily engaged in rebuilding tourism infrastructure with all towns now open for business.