Victoria packs a lot within its boundaries. The Murray River along the northern border, the Grampians National Park is a must for nature lovers and the spectacular coastline takes in the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory and Gippsland Lakes.
The Murray

The Murray River, stretching 2,700 kilometres from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range in north-eastern Victoria to journey’s end near Adelaide in South Australia, the Murray River is one of the world’s longest navigable rivers.

Lakes and Wilderness

Occupying Victoria's far eastern corner, Lakes and Wilderness covers a diverse landscape, from unspoilt beaches to towering gums and mountain ranges. Fringed by Ninety-Mile Beach, the Gippsland Lakes and the Croajingolong National Park are the most popular attractions.


Situated in Central Victoria, just over 100km NW of Melbourne, the Goldfields region is filled with opportunities for those wanting to experience the heady days of the gold-rush era. The rich history of the Goldfields and Victorian architecture is evident everywhere.

Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road, Victoria. This legendary coastal route, starting at Torquay and extending 285km west to Warrnambool, is a journey along a stretch of spectacular coastline via seaside holiday towns, surf beaches, dramatic cliffs, expansive ocean, rainforest and woodlands.

Goulburn Murray Waters

Victoria’s inland playground, Goulburn Murray Waters borders New South Wales in Victoria’s northeast. Flanked by the Goulburn, Murray and Broken rivers and home to the lakes of Nagambie, Kerang and Mulwala, the region offers many water-based activities.


Melbourne's changeable climate is renowned, with the more marked seasonal changes giving the city its European feel. Large-scale immigration contributes to the diverse mix of cultures, foods and people, which make Melbourne the cosmopolitan city that it is today.

Macedon Ranges and Spa Country

Boasting over 65 mineral springs concentrated within a relatively small area, this region is recognised as a premier boutique holiday destination due to the resurgence of belief in the healing properties of mineral water. Located a short distance from Melbourne.

Legends Wine and High Country

The Victorian Alps cover a vast and rugged terrain that is mostly protected by national parks. The ski-resort towns dotting the mountains are within an hours radius of each other. Many other recreational activities attract visitors in warmer months.

Melbourne Bays and Peninsulas

Melbourne’s Bays and Peninsulas are synonymous with fun and relaxation, and feature beguiling beaches, fine food and wine, chic beachfront towns. Melbourne stands at the crown of this region, with the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas enclosing Port Phillip Bay.

Mildura and Murray Outback

Striking contrasts dominate the landscape of Mildura and Murray Outback. Bordered by New South Wales and South Australia in the far northwest corner of Victoria, the region is characterised by lush, irrigated orchards and vineyards set against the surrounding desert.

The Grampians

Almost one-third of Victoria's indigenous flora, 35 species of native mammals, 200 bird species and 27 reptile species reside in the unique habitat of the Grampians. Activities include rockclimbing and abseiling, bushwalking and camping out in the rugged bushland.

Phillip Island and Gippsland Discovery

Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory are Victoria's premier destination for international visitors and boasts superior surfing and un-spoilt beaches, an array of wildlife, including colonies of koalas, seals and the famed little penguins' the island's major draw-card.

Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges

The beautiful Dandenong Ranges form a natural backdrop to Victoria's capital city, attracting hordes of city visitors annually to this green haven of hills and forests. The Yarra Valley is becoming renowned as one of Victoria’s premium wine regions.