Victoria 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.
Popular destinations: Melbourne, Phillip Island and Ballarat

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Melbourne is Australia's second largest city, and the capital of the south-eastern state of Victoria, located at the head of Port Phillip Bay.
Popular destinations: City Centre, Inner east and Inner north
Gippsland is the south-eastern region of Victoria, Australia.
Popular destinations: Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory and Paynesville
The 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.
Popular destinations: Geelong, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell
The Goldfields is a region in Victoria, Australia. For a period of time immigrants came from all over the world for the new gold rush in the Victorian hills north of Melbourne.
Popular destinations: Ballarat, Bendigo and Daylesford
The High Country is a region of the state of Victoria in Australia.
Popular destinations: Mount Hotham, Dinner Plain and Mount Buller
The Murray is a large and unique region along the northern edge of Victoria, Australia.
Popular destinations: Swan Hill, Mildura and Shepparton
Mornington Peninsula lies south of Melbourne, Australia forming the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay.
The Yarra Valley is a wine-growing area with many wineries, near Melbourne in Victoria.
Popular destinations: Belgrave, Healesville and Warburton
The Wimmera is a region in western Victoria, Australia.
Popular destinations: Grampians National Park, Ararat and Cavendish
One of the world's great scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road is a major coastal highway in the South West Coast region of Victoria, Australia.
The Dandenong Ranges are a group of hills forming the eastern boundary of Melbourne, Australia, about 35 km east of the central city.
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