Victoria’s picturesque landscapes and pleasant weather make it ideal for travellers. Its capital, Melbourne, is Australia’s cultural locus – art, food, architecture and history are perfectly combined in this fascinating city. Moving west, visitors will encounter places like Ballarat and Grampians National Park, each representing a unique point in Australia’s history. For those seeking a dose of cuteness, the penguin parades of Phillip Island should definitely be on the itinerary.

Dinner Plain

In the rugged highlands surrounding Mount Hotham sits Dinner Plain, a thriving snow village with a reputation for hospitality stretching back to the nineteenth century....

Phillip Island

An easy daytrip from Melbourne’s thriving urbanism, Phillip Island is a haven for sea-going wildlife.  This small island has a population of just under 10,000...

Torquay

The Great Ocean Road, that magnificent route spanning hundreds of kilometres of coastline, begins at Torquay, and it’s a starting point that makes sense. Torquay...

Ballarat

On the banks of the Yarrowee River in Victoria’s Central Highlands is Ballarat, Australia’s third-largest inland city and the birthplace of modern Aussie democracy. It...

Melbourne

Stylish, elegant and refined, Melbourne is Australia’s undisputed cultural capital. This vibrant metropolis is populated by dozens of national attractions, while the inner city’s labyrinthine...