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Victoria is a small but densely populated state of Australia. Victoria is a popular tourist destination, offering many attractions. Melbourne is the largest city and capital city of Victoria.

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  • 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre - Port Campbell

    Local, regional and state wide information to help you make the most of your stay. The 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre specialises in tailoring itineraries to suit the needs of individuals and industry. Contact to find just the right property for a romantic getaway, a haven for the family or...

  • Alpine

    Alpine is located just north of Mittagong amongst the rolling green countryside of the Southern Highlands. The town's rural setting and old world charm make it a perfect base for exploring the region, allowing visitors to reflect on the more leisurely pace of bygone days and soak in the tranquil...

  • Alpine Visitor Information Centre

    The Alpine Visitor Information Centre is situated in Bright; the heart of the North East, just three and a half hours from Melbourne travelling along the Hume Highway. The surrounding townships include Porepunkah, Harrietville, Wandiligong, Myrtleford, Mount Buffalo, Mount Beauty and Mount Hotham. They provide an extraordinary array of...

  • Apollo Bay

    Located at the foothills of the Otways and in the heart of the Great Ocean Road region, laidback Apollo Bay boasts a wide, crescent-shaped sandy swimming beach set against a backdrop of rolling green hills, waterfalls, and national and state parks. Like many destinations along the Great Ocean Road, the beach...

  • Ararat

    Ararat is the only Australian town to have been founded by the Chinese who flocked to Victoria during the gold rush, and it retains the impressive architecture of the era, as well as beautiful orchids and the fine wines of local vineyards. Explore Ararat's gold heritage with a stroll through the...

  • Ararat & Grampians Visitor Information Centre

    Open seven days a week, Ararat and Grampians Visitor Information Centre is situated on the Western Highway between Melbourne and Adelaide, Located just 40 minutes from the Grampians and surrounded by picturesque tranquil surprises and inspiring natural attractions. Immerse yourself in the serene environment of the neighbouring Pyrenees Ranges, Mount Cole,...

  • ARRA Accommodation Group

    February 2009 saw the launch of a new trading name 'Arra Accommodation Group' which encompasses the renowned Budget Motels, Paragon Hotels and a new mid tier level brand called Orbit Inns. Arra Accommodation Group is well positioned with accommodation to suit every travel need and sets a new...

  • Arthurs Seat

    Ascend the summit of the highest viewpoint on the peninsula for breathtaking views, muddling mazes and stunning ornamental gardens. A visit up the 304-metre granite hill of Arthurs Seat is a peninsula ritual dating back to settlement. Soak up the panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay, golden beaches, Melbourne's skyline and...

  • Bacchus Marsh Visitor Information Centre

    Visitors to Bacchus Marsh should make the Bacchus Marsh Visitor Information Centre their first stop. The friendly and helpful staff will be more than happy to welcome you to this beautiful town and introduce you to the attractions that it holds; the Avenue of Honour, bush walks, aerial sightseeing, forest...

  • Bairnsdale

    Head to Bairnsdale at any time of year to discover a busy regional centre from which to explore the vast Gippsland Lakes and spectacular Ninety Mile Beach, or the alpine highlights of Omeo, Dinner Plain and Mount Hotham. You'll find plenty of accommodation options and a wide range of shops...

  • Bairnsdale Visitor Information Centre

    Bairnsdale Visitor Information Centre, in East Gippsland, is ideally situated at the start of the Great Alpine Road and a focal point on the Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Route serving both the Gippsland Lakes to the east and the High Country to the north. The region is an ever popular...

  • Ballarat

    Take a trip to Ballarat in Victoria's Goldfields and discover rich history and heritage and a vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Ballarat is Victoria's largest inland city and is famous as the site of the world's largest deposit of alluvial gold. The legacy of the gold rush is evident in the majestic...

  • Ballarat Visitor Information Centre

    Located in the heart of Ballarat's Heritage and Arts Precinct, Ballarat's Visitor Information Centre offers detailed information on the full range of Ballarat's attractions and accommodation options, along with information on surrounding regions and Melbourne. Additional visitor facilities include free visitor parking, public internet access and a gift shop offering maps...

  • Barwon Heads

    Nestled at the mouth of the Barwon River on Victoria's Bellarine Peninsula, the quiet holiday hamlet of Barwon Heads is the ideal place to slow your pace for long, languid summers on the water. Stay a while in Barwon Heads and be greeted by quiet river beaches on your doorstep,...

  • Bauple

    Discover the ancestral home of the Macadamia Nut with a visit to the charming village of Bauple in Queensland's Fraser Coast. Bauple sits in the foothills of Bauple Mountain and offers the chance to relive the pioneering past, discover incredible nut facts and enjoy locally grown nuts products. The nut was...

  • Beaufort

    Leave the city behind and discover Beaufort, a small town with big history and strong ties to the fine wines and produce of the Pyrenees. Beaufort started as a gold rush town when gold was discovered at Fiery Creek in 1854. Meander down the main street which has several cafés, trattorias...

  • Beaufort & Pyrenees Visitor Information Centre

    The Beaufort & Pyrenees Visitor Information Centre is located close to the Pyrenees wineries, Mount Cole State Forest, Mount Buangor State Park, Beaufort Lake and Goldfields Recreation Reserve. Activities in the area include hiking, camping, boating, fishing, golfing, hang gliding, heritage walk, art and antique shopping and more. Events...

  • Beechworth

    Once one of Australia's richest goldfields, Beechworth is an immaculately preserved gold rush town, featuring the courthouse where Ned Kelly's final trial commenced. These days its claim to fame is more gastronomic thanks to its proximity to the High Country gourmet food and wine regions. Four million ounces of gold were...

  • Beechworth Visitor Information Centre and Booking Service

    Beechworth Visitor Information Centre and Booking Service is located in the High Country of Victoria and is one of Victoria's best preserved gold towns. There are numerous historic buildings including the Beechworth Historic and Cultural Precinct. The precinct is a series of authentic gold rush administration buildings identified as the...

  • Belgrave

    Stumble upon bustling Belgrave nestled in the lush surrounds of Sherbrooke Forest and get your fill of the quaint and urban, mainstream and alternative and of course, Puffing Billy. Swing your feet out the sides of Puffing Billy's open carriages or watch the scenery unfold from first class as the...

  • Bell

    This picturesque township is nestled in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains with panoramic views of rolling farmland. Only a 30 minute drive from the Bunya Mountains National Park, Bell is an ideal spot to take a break and look around. Facilities available in Bell include a caravan park, a...

  • Benalla

    Set on the picturesque banks of the eponymous lake, Benalla is renowned for links to infamous bushranger Ned Kelly and its historic botanic and rose gardens, considered to be some of the finest displays of roses in Victoria. The Benalla Regional Art Gallery in the Botanic Gardens is recognised for its...

  • Benalla Visitor Information Centre

    The Benalla Visitor Information Centre is situated on the east bank of Lake Benalla, just across the bridge from the Benalla Art Gallery. Adjacent to the Centre is the Gaudi inspired Ceramic Mural. The Benalla Visitor Centre is staffed by local volunteers who will help to gain the most from...

  • Bendigo

    Bendigo is a charming and elegant regional city in central Victoria and an ideal base to explore Victoria's golden heritage. In the centre of town, gold era architecture nestles among century-old gardens, sidewalk cafés, contemporary art galleries and antique stores. Take a walk and explore the city's heritage buildings and...

  • Bendigo Visitor Centre

    Start your Bendigo experience by visiting one of the grandest Visitor Centre's in Australia, Bendigo Visitor Centre. Bendigo Visitor Centre is housed in the former historic Post Office, which showcases Victorian architecture at its best. This iconic building was testament to Bendigo's status as the richest city in the world...

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  • Big Blue Air Touring

    In parts of Outback Australia, you can see the curve of the Earth's surface. At night, you can see more stars in the sky than just about anywhere else on Earth. Big Blue Air Touring, an exclusive Australian air tour operator has developed the ideal experience for those who...

  • Bourke Street Mall

    Take a deep breath and dive into the bustling hive of commerce that is the Bourke Street Mall, emerging hours later, arms laden with shopping bags and head reverberating with the sounds of the street's lively buskers. Melbourne's retail heart links Swanston and Elizabeth streets and is only open to trams...

  • Bright

    Each autumn, the deciduous trees in the town of Bright and the surrounding countryside put on a breathtaking display of colour. From its location on the beautiful Ovens River in the valley below Mount Buffalo, Bright's avenues of elms, chestnuts, poplars and scarlet oaks combine with the gardens of local...

  • Bright Visitors Centre and Booking Service

    Bright Visitors Centre and Booking Service is located on the Great Alpine Road in the beautiful North East Victorian town of Bright and assists visitors to the area to be able to access everything that they need to make their stay an exciting and memorable one. They have been...

  • Brunswick

    Pull up a wooden crate or a designer chair and join Brunswick locals hopping from one newly-opened cafe to the next, switching to bars toward evening before patronising a hip eatery for a late meal. There's plenty of choice in Brunswick, with edgy, high quality bars, restaurants and cafes seemingly opening...

  • Buchan

    Be enchanted by a honeycomb of spectacular limestone caves and rock formations at Buchan, nestled in a picturesque valley in East Gippsland. Originally named Bukan-Mungie, meaning 'the place of rocks with holes in them', the area was one of Victoria's earliest European settlements. Visitors can take a leisurely walk in the...

  • Budget Motel Chain

    When travelling on your holidays throughout Australia you will find over 290 Budget Motels offering motel style accommodation for the budget-minded traveller. The Budget Motel Chain recognises guests require good, clean, comfortable accommodation at affordable tariffs. These basic philosophies are the hallmark of our chain, and it is our intention to...

  • Carlton

    Take a sip of integral Melbourne history in Lygon Street, Carlton, the birthplace of the city's famous café culture. The arrival of Melbourne's first espresso machine at one of Lygon Street's Italian-owned cafés in the 1950s was a defining moment. These days 'Little Italy' is crammed with double-storey Victorian terraces...

  • Casterton Visitor Information Centre

    Casterton Visitor Information Centre is nestled in the Red Gum valley of the Glenelg River, Western Victoria. Casterton is centrally situated to the wineries of the Coonawarra, the Grampians National Park, Portland and The Great Ocean Road and Mount Gambier's famous Blue Lake. Locally, Casterton offers historical buildings, including Warrrock Homestead...

  • Castlemaine

    Paved by gold, Castlemaine's history and heritage is visible in its fine public buildings, wide streets, ornate hotels and century-old shops selling everything from antiques and art to increasingly coveted gourmet food. Castlemaine has a thriving arts and cultural community and has made its mark as a leading regional arts...

  • Castlemaine Visitor Information Centre

    Located in the Castlemaine Market Building, circa 1862, the Castlemaine Visitor Information Centre is a great place to begin your exploration of this diverse region. The Castlemaine Visitor Information Centre offers all the latest information on attractions, accommodation, tours, and services and is open every day of the year except...

  • Central Goldfields Visitor Information Centre

    Central Goldfields Visitor Information Centre offers a full range of guides and brochures for Central Goldfields and Victoria. The friendly staff can assist you with finding a full range of souvenirs and locally made craft items all at very reasonable prices, Maryborough Postcards and Gold Nugget Pins. They also have maps...

  • Centre Place and Degraves Street

    Idle a city afternoon away by the bluestone cobbles at a Degraves Street or Centre Place cafe and become part of a Melbourne postcard scene. Centre Place's ever-changing stencil art and graffiti provide a sensory overload best dealt with by squeezing into Jungle Juice for an international coffee. The laneway's soups,...

  • Chiltern

    Venture off the High Country's beaten tracks and stumble upon tiny villages like Chiltern, which came of age following the discovery of gold in the 1850s. These days over 20 buildings in Chiltern are registered or owned by the National Trust. Wander through the village's well-preserved nineteenth century streetscape and imagine...

  • Chinatown

    Absorb the heady mix of Australian-Chinese history, sumptuous aromas of Asian cuisine and contemporary nightlife as you enter Melbourne's Chinatown through its imposing arches. Explore the nineteenth century buildings on the strip of Little Bourke Street between Swanston and Spring streets that comprises Australia's oldest Chinatown, now intermingling with hip bars...

  • Choice Hotels Australasia

    Experience the Choice Hotels Australasia difference with a range of city centre, coastal and regional locations right across Australia to choose from. Feel right at home with more than 275 Econo Lodge, Comfort, Quality and Clarion hotels, hotels, Inns suites and resorts across Australia and New Zealand, offering personalised service,...

  • City Ambassadors

    For assistance with directions, public transport enquiries, events and general questions about Melbourne, keep and eye out for the City Ambassadors dressed in their distinctive red uniforms. Whether you are from across the world or just across town, these helpful volunteers can assist you! They are approachable, friendly and equipped...

  • Clarion Hotels, Suites, Resorts and Apartments

    Experience the Choice Hotels Australasia difference with Clarion and Clarion Collection hotels, suites and resorts. Located in city centre and spectacular resort locations across Australia and New Zealand. Ranging from 4.5 to 5 STAR and offering a first-class, full-service experience, you will feel right at home with a warm welcome,...

  • Clunes

    Clunes, one of the most original and intact gold towns in Australia, has a secret identity as a hub for literary heavyweights and culture vultures. Every May Clunes hosts a weekend of book browsing, book talks and author interactions at its Booktown festival. You'll find collectable, rare, second-hand, new, and small...

  • Cobram-Barooga

    The twin towns of Cobram and Barooga sit either side of the mighty Murray River. With wide sandy beaches and towering river gums, Cobram-Barooga offers a relaxed lifestyle amidst the fine agricultural land, rich in fruit and dairy. Take a picnic lunch to one of the 103 sandy beaches along the...

  • Cobram Barooga Visitor Information Centre

    Situated in the centre of the 'food bowl' of Australia, the Cobram Barooga and district area is renowned for its magnificent climate and variety of available attractions and activities. The Cobram Barooga area is home to some of the most picturesque sections of Australia's mightiest river, the Murray. Cobram is a...

  • Colac

    Base yourself in historic Colac to experience the Great Otway National Park, where you can camp and bushwalk to beautiful waterfalls or stunning beaches. Head to inspiring Lake Elizabeth hidden deep in the towering trees and dense fern glades of the Otways, with heavily timbered flanks and calm waters punctuated...

  • Colac Visitor Information Centre

    Come and explore the Otways! Enjoy the spectacular natural scenery, mighty timbers and magnificent waterfalls, the lush green hills that roll down to long stretches of sandy beaches of the Great Ocean Road, the volcanic lakes, craters and wetlands of the Otway Hinterland. Here you will find something for everyone...

  • Coldstream

    Best known as the place where Australia's most famous opera singer Dame Nellie Melba lived, Coldstream is also the gateway to the Yarra Valley wine region. Learn about Dame Nellie's life and connection to the area in a fascinating exhibition at the Yarra Ranges Regional Museum, and see her Coombe Cottage...

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