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Photographer’s Journey; seascapes, landscapes and nature Great Southern Touring Route

The Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s best known coastal drives and one of Australia’s most beloved icons. Hugging the coast of southern Victoria, it is home to some of the most stunning coastal landscapes in the country. Marvel at the beautiful surfing beaches, rugged cliffs and towering rock stacks, including the spectacular Twelve Apostles. Venture further inland and discover a completely different world, with lush forests, dramatic mountain ranges, historic towns and charming cellar doors.

Farmgate, Wildlife and Coastal Adventure South East Touring Triangle

Melbourne’s Touring Triangle combines three regions all within 90 minutes of Melbourne and each other: the Yarra Valley, famous for wineries; Phillip Island, renowned for the world famous Penguin Parade; and the Mornington Peninsula, a coastal paradise. Wake to the sound of waves on the shore, soar at sunrise over wineries in a hot air balloon, or experience Australia’s furry and feathered wildlife up close. A kaleidoscope of experiences awaits!

Ski, Snowboard, and Slosh Around

Bring the family and experience all the thrills and excitement of Victoria’s Snowfields in wintertime. Ski season starts from 06 June until September, or as long as the snow lasts. Hit the slopes, unwind in boutique accommodation and watch the sun set over the stunning Victorian High Country. Start a snowfall fight, build a snowman together, or race each other downhill on toboggans. Beyond Melbourne, you have a choice of 3 alpine resorts; Mt Buller, Falls Creek or Mt Hotham.

Food and Wine

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

Follow the aromas of freshly extracted single origin coffee beans down cobblestoned laneways and into laid-back coffee strips for that caffeine buzz.

Gourmet trails in The Yarra Valley

Celebrate The Yarra Valley’s great harvests with the lush farmland also yielding freshwater fish, artisan dairy products, organic fruit and vegetables, artisan chocolates, pastas and preserves. Match the Yarra Valley's abundant fresh produce to fine wines as you linger over long lunches in winery eateries and 'hatted' restaurants with views of the rolling hills and boundless vineyards.

East Meets West

See signs of Brunswick's migration history on Sydney Road: a veritable atlas of Mediterranean shops and Arabic eateries. Stock up on pasta and porcini at Mediterranean wholesalers and stuff yourself silly at Middle Eastern bakeries like A1. Taste modern eastern flavours at hotspots like Rumi and Mankoushé


Follow the March of the Penguins

Phillip Island is one of the best places to catch little fairy penguins when they return nightly from the seas to their burrows. Watch from a special stand as the penguins waddle up to their burrows ashore. Raised boardwalks allow you to follow their journey back to their dunes.

How many can you count?

Experience the thrill of rugged coastlines and wildlife up-close on Phillip Island Nature Parks’ new EcoBoat tours! Operating daily, the tours take thrill-seekers on a one or 1.5 hour high speed tour to the local Australian fur seal colony and beneath Phillip Island’s rugged and spectacular coastline. Watch the antics of playful seals as they surround the boat, ducking their heads in and out of the water.

Springtime Bloom!

The annual Tesselaar Tulip Festival starts from 09 September to 06 October and is located an hour’s drive from Melbourne in Silvan, Dandenong Ranges. Set on a 55 acre working farm this is a very unique festival found nowhere else in Victoria. Whatever you do, don't forget the camera!


Trawl the City's Hidden Laneways

Packed with restaurants, bars, clubs, hole-in-the-wall coffee joints, cafés, boutiques, arcades and street art, Melbourne's laneways provide an excellent weekend's worth of 'walk-about'.

Bike the City

Check out Melbourne's cool urban vibes on a bike as you explore its grooviest streets, parks, shops, cafés, hidden laneways and multicultural neighbourhoods. Experience real Melbourne hospitality and sample some gourmet treats on this leisurely ride with a local guide. It's the perfect way to start any Melbourne visit!.

Free City Circle Tram Ride

With the introduction of the new FREE tram zone in the city, travelling on public transport is now made even more affordable! Hop on and hop off the trams to explore the city’s key landmarks and attractions. Take in Melbourne like a local either on the City Circle Tram or the public trams within the CBD!

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