Victoria knows about food and wine, it also knows how to host events, the Victorian 'season' includes world class festivals to sports and culture, and Victoria has it's share of Australia's natural beauty. Cool Melbourne with it's thriving café culture and art and design scene (encompassing good shopping) is the hub for visitors to venture off along Victoria's scenic rocky coast (think rocky tors like knives sticking into the beach) or into the lush wine regions, the now degraded goldmining towns and hinterland of wide lakes and mountain ranges. But some people still just visit for the sport (tennis, grand prix racing, horse racing, the cricket or the Aussie rules football), comedy festival or the Philip Island penguin parade.
We know a total of 42 attractions in Victoria. See all Victoria attractions.
Photos of the Great Barrier Reef attract a lot of visitors to Australia, especially those with an eye for art and Melbourne makes an artistic pairing.
Australia: it's a big place. And there's just no way you're going to be able to see all of it on a flying visit. But two weeks is enough time to experience both.
Oz is the land of colour and the big colour destinations: the Red Rock, Blue Barrier Reef and Green Daintree can all be seen in one fantastic trip.
There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?