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Mt Buffalo, High Country, Victoria
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Find a gaol that hosted Ned Kelly, a two-hatted restaurant, and a coach house with craft beers.
Welcome dawdlers, explorers and weekend travellers, here is your...
Climbing to the summit of these sand dunes is a Thurra-ly good idea.
Bank on award-winning regional fare with a dashi of Japanese flair.
Take your tastebuds on a wander with local wines and fresh produce.
A remote river crossing deep among the ancient forests and gullies of the Great Otway National Park.
Tiptoe above the tree line as you follow the craggy spine of this mountain ridge across the Alps.
Wander along the tallest surviving wooden trestle bridge in Victoria.
Climb cliff-carved steps to meet limestone giants Gog and Magog.
Catch up, slow down, stretch your legs.
Wander into Wandiligong Valley for crisp, alpine farm-gate apples.
Flock together for fine wines, fine food and magnificent mountain views.
Things are pretty rosy lakeside in the Murray-Sunset National Park.
Marvel at ancient art and even older views at the northern edge of the Grampians National Park.
Forge a new adventure, take a dip and cast a line at the broad, sandy beaches along the Murray River.
Take an unlikely underground drive to sample a cool-climate shiraz.
Go round the outside at one of Australia's oldest national parks.
Welcome dawdlers, explorers and weekend travellers, here is your place.
Climbing the track that winds to the summit of these sand dunes is a Thurra-ly good idea for a wander.
Bank on exceptional local produce with a dashi of Japanese flair at this award-winning restaurant.
Take your tastebuds on a Peninsula wander as you sample cool-climate wines and fresh, local produce.
Wander amid eucalypt and fern forests, along the tallest surviving wooden trestle bridge in Victoria.
Climb down 86 steps carved into a 70-metre-high cliff face to meet limestone giants Gog and Magog.
Wander into Wandiligong Valley for crisp, alpine apples from the farm gate, seven days a week.
Flock together for fine wines and alfresco dining with magnificent mountain and vineyard views.
See the world through rose-coloured glasses at the Pink Lakes in the Murray-Sunset National Park.
Take an unlikely underground drive to sample a cool-climate shiraz in the birthplace of sparkling red.
Go round the outside for magnificent walks and views at one of Australia's oldest national parks.
Wander over every fourth Saturday morning to find fresh everything.
Shoot the bries over wine and cheese in the heart of the Yarra Valley.
Find a goal that hosted Ned Kelly and a bank that houses a two-hatted restaurant all in one street.
Put some aaah in your R&R at these natural thermal mineral springs.
Bring your binoculars and your sea legs for this island journey.
Marvel at ancient art and even older views in Grampians National Park.
Mussel in on all the seafood action on the Bellarine Peninsula.
In a restored piggery, this Shannon Bennett cafe is hot to trotter.
Tiptoe above the tree line on the craggy spine of this alpine ridge.
Showcasing top tipples, this cellar door and wine bar is a glorious gateway to the wines of the west.
Phillip Island's most southerly tip, ideal for all coastal capers.
Follow your nose for a glimpse of history and present-day dolce vita.
If you're in the market for fresh, locally sourced everything, wander over every fourth Saturday.
Shoot the bries over wine and cheese at this dairy and cheese shop in the heart of the Yarra Valley.
Put some aaah in your R&R and warm to communal bathing at these natural thermal mineral springs.
Bring your binoculars and book a boat tour to wander this twitchers island paradise on the lakes.
Try your luck with a rod and reel and mussel in on all the seafood action on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Housed in a restored piggery and stables, this rustic Shannon Bennett cafe is hot to trotter.
Phillip Island's most southerly tip, equally popular with surfers, mutton birds and ornithologists.
Follow your nose for a glimpse of local Swiss-Italian migrant history and present-day dolce vita.
Wander to your art's content at one of Australia's oldest and largest regional art galleries.
Wander to your art's content.
Like a kid in a candy store.
It's like starring in your very own nature documentary.
Wander Victoria for breathtaking views, literally.
We don't take ourselves too seriously here and neither will you.
Don't take our word for it, take a wander and smell for yourself.
There are things here that you just wouldn't see in the city.
Whoever said you can't hold happiness in your hand has never held a tarte au citron.
Because we're all about good, honest produce.
Crack, twist, mmmm. A taste so good it will have you hooked.
Relax in hot springs, colourful autumns, refreshing winters and glistening summers.