Victoria GuideVictoria is the southernmost of the eastern mainland states of Australia. The state is roughly triangular in shape. New South Wales lies to the north/north-east, with the Murray River forming most of the boundary between the two states. HotelsFind hotels in Melbourne, Bendigo, Mildura and more.
Popular in VictoriaMelbourneMelbourne is Australia's second largest city, and the capital of the south-eastern state of Victoria, located at the head of Port Phillip Bay. BendigoBendigo is a large regional city in Victoria, Australia, population 100,000. Bendigo is located some 140 km north-north-west of Melbourne. Mornington PeninsulaMornington Peninsula lies south of Melbourne, Australia forming the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay.
In VictoriaGippslandGippsland is the southeastern region of Victoria, Australia. It includes the southernmost point of the Australian mainland at Wilsons Promontory. High CountryThe High Country is a region of the state of Victoria in Australia. It extends down from the wine regions in the mid north-east of the state to the alpine regions to their south. GoldfieldsThe Goldfields is a region in Victoria, Australia. A 46km route for cycling or horseriding from Ballarat to Skipton. Great Ocean RoadThe Great Ocean Road is more than a road – it represents a coastal region of south-west Victoria, Australia, running from Bellarine Peninsula near Geelong to Portland near the border with South Australia. Yarra ValleyThe Yarra Valley is a wine-growing area with many wineries, near Melbourne in Victoria. The MurrayThe Murray is a large and unique region along the northern edge of Victoria, Australia. WimmeraThe Wimmera is a region in western Victoria, Australia. It runs from west of the Goldfields region to the South Australia border. GeelongGeelong is a city located 70 km south west of Melbourne, Australia, on Corio Bay, part of Port Phillip Bay. Bellarine PeninsulaThe Bellarine Peninsula forms the western side of the mouth of Port Phillip Bay in Victoria, Australia. FrankstonFrankston is a city in Victoria, Australia. Frankston is a town 40km from Melbourne on the edge of Port Phillip Bay often referred to as the "Gateway to the Mornington Peninsula". Port CampbellPort Campbell is a town in the Great Ocean Road region of Victoria, Australia. By car - The quickest route from Melbourne to Port Campbell is via the Princes Hwy without stops. AraratArarat is known as the Gateway to the Grampians. It is situated in western Victoria, Australia about 200 km northwest of Melbourne. TallangattaTallangatta is a town near the inflows to Lake Hume in Victoria. Tallangatta is not pronounced like Coolangatta, rather tal-LAN-gadda. DaylesfordDaylesford, an hour northwest of Melbourne, has many spas, good food and wine, a lush environment, artists, and holistic therapists. BullartoBullarto is a small country farming hamlet in Victoria, Australia. The name is derived from the Australian Aboriginal word "Bullarto", meaning "Fertile" or "Place of Plenty". HeathcoteHeathcote is a town around 50km south of Bendigo in rural Victoria. Take the B75 exit from the Hume Freeway heading north from Melbourne at Wallan. Murray Sunset National ParkMurray-Sunset National Park is in Victoria, Australia. The park is made up of semi-arid plain and four seasonal lakes.
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