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On Grand Final Day, Melburnians can generally be found cheering loudly at the nearest sporting pub.
New international direct flights to Melbourne announced and an history making new route completed its inaugural flight.
With the arrival of spring, Victoria’s wildflowers, gardens, parks, paddocks and pastures burst to life.
Home to an enterprising population of creative, crafty types, Melbourne is one of the best places in Australia to pick up locally-produced wares.
One of the best ways for visitors to get under the skin of Melbourne is to soak up the knowledge and expertise of the city’s dedicated industry leaders and passionate experts.
Richmond’s many eating, drinking and shopping destinations will keep footy fans entertained long after the game is won.
Artisanal chocolatier Atypic Chocolate has opened its doors at Melbourne’s iconic South Melbourne Market.
Melbourne has something to tickle the fancy of fathers from all walks of life.
This month, Dialogue in the Dark, an immersive experience that has made its way around the world, will open in Melbourne.
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.
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.
May 3, 2017 marks the second Wild Koala Day initiative started by Koala Clancy Foundation in Victoria to raise awareness of declining populations of koalas in Australia and the need to protect their habitats.
Launching in June, the Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour will be just that – the ultimate foodie tour.
Visitors can experience the true essence of Victoria’s regions, by immersing themselves in nature, via one of these idyllic farmstays.
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.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) will launch Family Sundays in April, offering a new free program held on the first Sunday of every month.