Victoria’s top kitchen talent comes together this month to do their bit for children displaced by the conflict in Syria. Following the inspiring success of #CookForSyria in the UK, the Australian […]
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.
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.
This year, Dior, Van Gogh and Aardman lead a stellar line up of arts events in Melbourne, cementing the city’s reputation as a number one destination for fashion, art and culture.
Melbourne is perennially popular with both sports legends and super fans for its year-round calendar of sporting spectacles.
Trees Adventure will arrive at the Otway Ranges this April with over 80 challenges and 20 flying foxes.
SSoccer fans will descend upon Melbourne when the two top-ranked football nations, Brazil and Argentina, play it out at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 9 June 2017.
There are many ways competitive or casual cyclists can experience Victoria on two wheels.
Melbourne will play host to the Golf Croquet World Championships this February.
In an Australian first, Melbourne will host the 2017 World Cup Gymnastics (22 -25 February 2017) at Hisense Arena.
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.
From game-changing concept hotels to leading luxury hotel brands that offer innovative wellness programs, Melbourne’s hotels offer so much more than a space to bunk down for the night
Visitor will be a-maze-d with the variety of hedge and other mazes in which to get lost in regional Victoria.
Ideas for day-stop cruise passengers – how to capture the essence of Melbourne in just 12 hours.
Central Victoria will welcome the state’s first ever Regional Centre for Culture program in 2018.
Tourism North East has launched a new website, Ride High Country, which acts as a one-stop-shop for all things cycling.