About Victoria

About Victoria

Indulgent, relaxing, cultured and inspiring.

Victoria really packs a punch when it comes to variety, with a proud display of unique and diverse opportunities to meet all travellers holiday expectations, all encompassed in this very compact state. Victoria is considerably smaller than its robust neighbours, but offers an outstanding range of landscapes and activities all within easy driving distance in this compact state ensuring visitors will yearn for nothing, except a return visit.

Although geographically the smallest mainland state, Victoria is the second most populated state in Australia. New South Wales borders Victoria to the north, South Australia to the west and Tassie to the south and across Bass Strait.

Incredibly, over 70% of Victorian residents have flocked to Melbourne, the states capital, making it the second largest city in Australia.

Explore your way from one end to the other of Victoria's splendid, unique regions. Take a guided tour to reveal Melbourne's best kept secrets, sink into a world of total relaxation and well being in the Daylesford and Macedon Ranges or explore and indulge your senses with the stunning beauty of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges.

For those with a penchant for a good Pinot noir, let your taste buds lead you along the cellar door trails of the Mornington Peninsula. Phillip Island will amaze and allure you again and again with exciting wildlife and the twists and turns of the Great Ocean Road remains as the inspiration to trigger many Aussie road trips.

Stray from the coast and step back in time to immerse yourself in the romantic and stormy years of Ballarat's Gold Rush Era in the Goldfields region. Challenge your body in the photogenic surrounds of the Grampians National Park and rejuvenate your soul with an exploration of one of our planets gifts from Mother Nature.

Sample the local produce of farmers and winemakers in the High Country where their reputation for food and wine decadence is unsurpassed. Overdose on fresh air and adventure in the Gippsland region as hikers and skiers have done over and over again. Visiting the Murray region is not complete unless you have succumbed to the enigmatic Murray River. Board a paddle steamer for an experience you will remember forever, as you meander along without a care in the world.

With a radical geographic climate that is known to change in the blink of an eye, it's all part of Victoria's charm and you too will be swept up in this vibrant state.