Creating the border between Victoria and New South Wales, the Murray River is Australia’s longest river and is a great spot to disconnect and unwind for a completely relaxing weekend.
Everything you need to know for your first visit to Wilsons Promontory National Park, including when to visit, hiking, permits and the best places to visit.
Get back to nature in one of Victoria’s most picturesque locations. Glamping with Nature at Lake Eildon National Park is such a lovely peaceful experience.
With towering cliffs, iconic surf breaks, misty waterfalls and native Australian wildlife, you can find everything around the Great Ocean Road.
Kennett River Koala Walk along the Great Ocean Road is home to thousands of wild koalas and is definitely the best place to spot wild koalas in Victoria.
Get all the details on the best markets around Melbourne, where to find the best hidden treasures, the best street food and how to get to all of them!
Sitting just 6km from Melbourne’s city centre, St Kilda is the closest beach town you will find to the city, overflowing with iconic landmarks, dining hot spots and it’s own distinct vibe.
Heading to the snow for the first time? Here’s a quick guide with everything you need to know for your first visit to Mount Hotham to make sure you’re completely prepared!
Mount Hotham is Australia’s ultimate winter wonderland, with tall snowy mountains, stunning views and a huge choice of ski runs to get your adrenaline pumping.
For a completely unique and unforgettable way to spend the night at Mount Hotham, you need to stay at Alpine Nature Experience. It’s a snow sleepover like no other.
One of the best adventures you can take from Melbourne is definitely a day trip out to the mighty Grampians – a stunning mountain range that rises out of nowhere in the farmland of Victoria.
Only an hours drive from the city of Melbourne, Mornington Peninsula has some of the most beautiful water and lovely calm beaches you will find around Victoria.