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Discover the diversity and beauty of Victoria's regions. From the Great Ocean Road to the world-class wineries of the Yarra Valley, from the mineral springs of Macedon Ranges and Spa Country, to alpine towns in the High Country, the state of Victoria has something for everyone.

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Great Ocean Road Itinerary and Things-To-Do

VisitVic | 2009-09-16 | Whilst camping or staying in a Bed & Breakfast along the Great Ocean Road is enough for many, there is still many more activities to enjoy whilst touring this spectacular area. | read more

Touring The Great Ocean Road

VisitVic | 2009-09-16 | Stretching from Geelong to Portland in south-western Victoria, visitors touring The Great Ocean Road enjoy exquisite coastal scenery, mountains and farmland, thriving country towns, rainforests and historic relics. | read more

Ararat, VIC

VisitVic | 2009-01-15 | Town in Focus: Ararat claims to be the only Australian town to have been founded by the Chinese who flocked to Victoria during the gold rush. There is accommodation in the town and surrounding district. | read more

Leaghur State Park

VisitVic | 2009-01-15 | Leaghur State Park is located on the Loddon River, near Nerang and allows you to both camp and BBQ in the beautiful surroundings of both woodlands and wetlands. | read more

 

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2.0 Mornington Peninsula National Park

Review VisitVic | 2009-01-18 | The Mornington Peninsula National Park has long been a favourite for summer holidays, with a great range of tourist accommodation in the tourist towns of Dromana, Rosebud, Rye, Sorrento, Portsea, and Flinders. | read more

0.0 Leaghur State Park

Review VisitVic | 2009-01-15 | Leaghur State Park is located on the Loddon River, near Nerang and allows you to both camp and BBQ in the beautiful surroundings of both woodlands and wetlands. | read more

0.0 Port Phillip Heads

Review VisitVic | 2009-01-15 | Situated between Port Phillip Heads is a diverse habitat both on the shoreline and under the water. Popular places to stay for those enjoying this area is campsite or self-catered accommodation between Portsea, Sorrento and Rye. | read more

0.0 Strathbogie Ranges

Review VisitVic | 2009-01-14 | Not many people realise that the spectacular rugged hills, misty forests and the tales of Ned Kelly are only 90 minutes drive from Melbourne. This area is known as the Strathbogie Ranges. | read more

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