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Victoria encompasses the lower section of mainland Australia south-east.
In size Victoria is Australia’s second-smallest state in area. However, the best part of being small in size is many of Victoria’s unique and varied regions are easily reached as day trips from Melbourne.
When you travel Victoria, consider it as being a jigsaw and each piece is a Region. These Regions offers several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do.
Regions, like the Great Ocean Road, Mornington Peninsula, Gippsland, Bellarine Peninsula, Phillip Island. With destinations that can consist of sweeping coastlines, pristine beaches, surfing, rainforests and national parks.
Or the Grampians, Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges, Macedon Ranges, Daylesford, High Country and The Murray. With destinations that offer, spas, golf, fishing, National Parks and forests teeming with wildlife, plus wineries, rivers and lakes and mountains offering skiing, climbing and hiking.
To travel the Regions is epic.
Popular destinations in Victoria · The Murray · The Grampians · Gippsland · Phhillip Island · Melbourne · Great Ocean Road · Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula · Mornington Peninsula · Yarra Valley and Dandenong Rangers · Daylesford and Macedon Rangers
Melbourne Victoria Australia
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