One of Australia's most iconic tourist drives, the Great Ocean Road is a scenic coastal route renowned for its breathtaking scenery and picturesque natural attractions including the rock formations of the Twelve Apostles, Angahook-Lorne State Park, Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum, historic townships and much more. The Great Ocean Road winds from Queenscliff and Geelong through Torquay, Anglesea, Lorne, Apollo Bay, Port Campbell, Warrnambool and Port Fairy.
The Mornington Peninsula offers historic attractions surrounded by spectacular scenery including Victoria's second largest city Geelong, the Old Fort of Queenscliff, the National Wool Museum, historic Werribee Park Estate, wineries and vineyards, Port Lonsdale, Cape Schanck and breathtaking Arthurs Seat.
A unique destination of Victoria, Phillip Island combines the action of an international racing circuit, world championship superbike and national touring car racing events with its famous wildlife including the 'Parade' of Fairy Penguins and the largest seal colony in Australia.
The beautiful hinterland of the Dandenong Ranges and the famous wine region of the Yarra Valley are popular tourist attractions renowned for their stunning scenery and unique natural environments including wineries and vineyards, wildlife sanctuaries, Mt Donna Buang, Steavenson's Falls and Puffing Billy.
Discover the beauty of spa country's natural attractions including the famous Hanging Rock which inspired the movie and soak up the natural mineral springs of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. Travel back in time to Victoria's heritage with attractions from the famous gold rush period including the living museum of Sovereign Hill and the Eureka Stockade Centre of Ballarat and Bendigo.
Stretching from East Melbourne all the way to the far east of the New South Wales border, Gippsland is an expansive geographical region renowned for its diverse natural beauty. A relaxing place to visit, the region offers breathtaking coastline, scenic lakes and rivers, lush forests and pristine snowfields.
Located in western Victoria, the Grampians extend to the border of South Australia and is named after the famous National Park. The Grampians landscape is characterised by sheep stations and wheat fields and is home to the Grampian National Park tourist attraction which draws one million visitors each year. Not to be missed towns of the Grampians include Halls Gap, Hamilton and Horsham.
Located north-east of Melbourne, this alpine region is best known for its scenic landscape and major winter sports including the ski fields of Mt Hotham, Mt Buller, Falls Creek, Mount Baw Baw and Mt Buffalo however it's also very striking in autumn as the leafy regions of Myrtleford and Bright turn golden.
Victoria's most iconic watercourse, the Murray River is the longest river in Australia and creates the border between New South Wales and Victoria. Winding its way through Albury Wodonga, Echuca, Mildura and Swan Hill, the river passes through stunning landscapes, historical towns, cities and communities and is popular for scenic cruises.