Guide to Victoria

Mark Chew - 2010 - Shrine of Rememberance   

Melbourne »

Venture off the beaten path and discover Melbourne's basement, rooftop and laneway cafes as well as gourmet feasts and fine wines, dynamic events, secret bars, boutiques and more.

Image: View of Melbourne's skyline from the Shrine of Rememberance. Credit: Mark Chew


Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges »

Feast on food and wine and enjoy scenery and inspiring arts in the Yarra Valley, then escape into the Dandenong Ranges’ secret fern glades and forests.

Image: Wine tasting at Stones of the Yarra Valley cellar door. Credit: Rob Blackburn


Mornington Peninsula »

Combine the best of Europe's coastal living with traditional Aussie charm on the Mornington Peninsula: surf beaches, seaside villages, small galleries, wine boutiques, fresh local produce cuisine, and the list goes on.

Image: Bathing Boxes - Mornington Peninsula. Credit: Peter Dunphy


Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges »

Enjoy the relaxing properties of Daylesford’s waters, either in a mineral spa, or indulging in a decadent meal of local produce or unwinding in a luxury accommodation with a lake view.

Image: Water Falls - Macedon Ranges. Credit: Macedon Ranges Tourism

Phillip Island

Phillip Island »

Join families and fans of water sports to see fairy penguins and koalas, stunning white beaches and the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix, just 90 minutes from Melbourne.

Image: Sunset at Phillip Island. Credit: Phillip Island


Great Ocean Road »

Travel the Great Ocean Road and beyond for one of the finest scenic drives in the world, and see the Twelve Apostles, iconic surf breaks, rain forest, waterfalls and cliffs.

Image: Twelve Apostles - Port Campbell National Park. Credit: Peter Dunphy

Did you know...

Victoria has more than 2000 kilometres of coastline with hundreds of beaches