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Venture into Melbourne's hidden spaces and iconic laneways and find an eclectic nightlife, tantalising food and wine, a dynamic arts scene and more.
Movida Next Door, Hosier Lane, Melbourne
Discover the diversity and beauty of regional Victoria. From world-class wineries to natural springs, the coastal villages of the peninsulas to alpine towns.
Paddle steamer Emmylou, Murray River at Echuca
Travel from mountains to coast to city in no time at all thanks to Victoria's compact size. Follow tourist routes or make it up as you go along.
Driving the Great Ocean Road
Find your flavour in Victoria, where cups runneth over with fine restaurants, eclectic cuisines, country pubs, regional produce and wineries galore.
Ballooning over vineyards in the Yarra Valley
Combine your sporting passion with a holiday in this wonderfully accessible and laid back part of Australia.
Sport precinct at dusk, Melbourne
Melbourne is home to world-class arts and cultural heritage institutions, cutting-edge design and dynamic festivals and community events.
Vespa outside Movida, Hosier Lane, Melbourne. Photo: Mark Chew
Get outside and find abundant nature and wildlife in Victoria, from desert landscapes to rugged coastline, lush alpine outlooks to inland waterways.
Great Ocean Walk, Great Ocean Road
Paddle, swim or surf in the crashing waves or take a relaxing stroll along the clean, golden sands as you discover Victoria's stunning coastline.
Surfer at 13th Beach, Barwon Heads, Geelong and the Bellarine
Melbourne is one of the world's premier event destinations for a reason. Pick something from the calendar and experience it for yourself!
Get close to koalas, kangaroos and penguins on a trip to Melbourne, a city surrounded by nature. Explore national parks, beaches and rugged mountains.
Venture into laneways and high on rooftops to unlock Melbourne's secrets, whether you've got one, two or three days in Australia's culture capital.
Choose from two-day itineraries to week-long jaunts then hit the road and experience the sights and sounds of Melbourne and Victoria at your own pace.
Explore countless dining opportunities in Melbourne, from rustic tapas bars and country wineries to Japanese fine dining and exquisite haute cuisine.
Take this magnificent three-day self-drive touring route from surf capital Torquay to the famous 12 Apostles, ending at historic village Port Fairy.
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Spend six months to a year experiencing the best Melbourne has to offer on a Working Holiday Visa. See the sights, live the life and make friends.
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Melbourne is home to world-class arts and cultural heritage institutions, and community events.
Explore the natural beauty, diverse attractions, and great local food and wine of the south east.
Take in the beauty of the coastline between Melbourne and Sydney.
There's always something new to discover in Melbourne's hive of bustling, creative laneways.
Hit the road to see Victoria's Great Ocean Road, the Grampians, the Goldfields and spa country.
Discover Melbourne's best dining experiences at restaurants celebrated by critics and locals alike.
See and hear the Victorian poem, Far and wide, by E. J. Brady.
Explore Australia’s sporting capital with Etihad Airways.
Surf's up at Bells Beach every Easter, when the world's top ranked surfers carve up the waves and compete for the most sought after trophy in surfing.
Make the pilgrimage to Australia's home of motorcycle racing with friends and family, meet up with old mates and celebrate on an island full of fans.
Sprout green thumbs in response to the sensory explosions of colour and design to be dug up at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
Light up your January with the first tennis Grand Slam of the year. Be there as the biggest names in the game try to start the season off with a bang.
Laugh, chortle, giggle and snort at everything from wry young hipsters and slapstick heroes to musical comedy and good ol’ timey cabaret stars.
Raise a toast to regional producers and savour a meal and a glass of wine at delicious food festival events, including the World's Longest Lunch.