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Victoria's regions, cities & towns

  • Melbourne offers a vast range of attractions and activities for visitors. Experience retail therapy at markets and shopping centres. Enjoy the many parks and heritage gardens. Re-live Melbourne's colourful history. Discover the popular bayside beaches. Engage in a range of sports. Treat yourself to culinary delights. Immerse yourself in the international ambience of this multicultural city.

Melbourne and Suburbs Daylesford and Macedon Ranges Gippsland Goldfields Great Ocean Road Grampians High Country Mornington Peninsula Murray Murray Phillip Island Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges Map of Victoria

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  • The Macedon Ranges are dotted with natural mineral springs which has seen this region develop into a hub of therapeutic treatments for the mind and body.

  • The diverse Gippsland region includes the wilderness of Wilsons Promontory, historic fishing villages, pristine beaches, lakes, forests and rugged mountains.

  • The Goldfields was home to some of Victoria's largest gold discoveries which has left behind a rich legacy of grand architecture and historic attractions.

  • This region is dominated by the vast Grampians National Park. There are soaring mountain peaks, forests, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and incredible views.

  • A journey along the iconic Great Ocean Road allows you to explore beach holiday towns, striking coastal formations including The 12 Apostles, rainforests and waterfalls.

  • Victoria's High Country provides an interesting selection of national parks, mountain ranges, snow resorts, lakes, rivers, wineries, historic towns and bush legends.

  • There are safe bay beaches on one side of the Mornington Peninsula, wind-swept ocean surf beaches on the other, and in the middle is a quality cool climate wine region.

  • Re-live the heyday of steamboat transport along the Murray River, pass by rich agricultural districts and discover the highlands at source of the river.

  • A holiday island accessible by road or ferry with great beaches, fascinating coastal features, native wildlife colonies and the famous Penguin Parade.

  • Explore the scenic mountain villages of The Dandenongs and the nearby picturesque rolling countryside of the Yarra Ranges that is home to Victoria's oldest wine region.