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Whether it’s food and wine, family time, on-water activities or feeling at one with nature that’s in order, there are many reasons to visit the Murray River region.
Host of the upcoming White Night Ballarat festival, this golden city is as rich in arts and culture, craft beers, food and wine, festivals and events as it is in its history and heritage.
For the second year running, Victorians are treated to a public holiday on the day before the Australian Football League Grand Final (30 September 2016). For football fans, it is […]
Some of Victoria’s beaches are best explored in winter, when the waves are thunderous and the shores windswept.
Victoria is a haven for picture opportunities. For the hottest tips on where to go for the ‘most liked’ photos, we asked some of Melbourne’s leading and best emerging travel and lifestyle Instagrammers.
Luxury accommodation in regional Victoria offers much more than fluffy dressing gowns and high cotton thread counts.
Random facts, talking points and fodder to ponder. Even those who think they know regional Victoria may be surprised by some of these lesser-known facts and stats.
Wander Victoria showcases the scenic beauty and diverse natural landscapes to be found throughout Victoria’s regions. Find out more about the featured locations.
Visit Victoria has launched a major destination marketing campaign encouraging travel to and within Victoria’s regions.
Six Victorian tourism products will share in a $3.6 million funding boost under the Federal Government’s Tourism Demand Driver Infrastructure programme. The successful projects are: Deep Blue Hot Springs Warrnambool […]
Victoria has increasingly become the location of choice for film and TV producers from around the country and around the globe.
Warrnambool is the star of new Australian feature film, Oddball and fans of the film can follow Oddball’s tracks along the Great Ocean Road.
The 62nd annual Tesselaar Tulip Festival is blossoming for another year, with 700,000 glorious blooms set to take centre stage.
With a spate of exciting new places to eat, stay and play, including Dame Nellie Melba’s Coombe Estate and a Greg Norman designed golf course, visitors will find many new reasons to visit the stunning Yarra Valley this spring.