Victoria Tourist Guide

Victoria Accommodation, Things to Do, Attractions and Events


Offering a diversity of regions, Victoria encompasses the lower section of mainland Australia south-east. In size Victoria is Australia's second-smallest state, covering 227,010 square kilometres, a comparison of its size would be that of the British Isles, however, the best part of being small in size, is many of Victoria unique and varied regions are easily reached as day trips from Melbourne.


Travel Victoria

When you travel Victoria, consider Victoria as being a jigsaw and each piece is a Region. These Regions offers several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do. Regions, like the Great Ocean Road, Mornington Peninsula, Gippsland, Bellarine Peninsula, Phillip Island with destinations that can consist of sweeping coastlines, pristine beaches, surfing, rainforests and national parks or the Grampians, Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges, Macedon Ranges, Daylesford, High Country and The Murray with destinations that offer, spas, golf, fishing, National Parks and forests teeming with wildlife, plus wineries, rivers and lakes and mountains offering skiing, climbing and hiking. To travel Victoria is epic.

Melbourne

Melbourne, Victoria's capital, sits on the banks of the Yarra River which flows into Port Phillip Bay
Renowned for its lifestyle, a passionate love of sports, boasting an action-packed calendar of events and a melting pot of cultures which is reflected in its restaurants, cafes and bistros serving a dizzying spread of great cuisines
Easy to get around due to Melbourne grid street layout and serviced by a warren of laneways that now reveal buzzing bars, galleries, live music venues, acclaimed restaurants and designer boutiques that give the city its style and sophistication and creative energy.
The CBD comprises many precincts, some are just a lane, while others cover a suburb or a busy CBD street, like the creative Flinders quarter, the city arcades, the arts and adjoining sports precincts, Chinatown, Paris End of Collins Street and the city iconic streets in Fitzroy, St Kilda, Brunswick, Carlton, Richmond, Toorak and South Yarra.
There are many attractions, events and things to do in Melbourne.
Tours of Melbourne operate Daily
A Variety of Accommodation types to choose from in Melbourne and its surrounding Suburbs

Seasons and Climate in Victoria

Victorias climate varies across the state, with the weather in the north much drier and warmer than the south. The state's Climate is warm to hot in summer (December to February), mild in autumn (March to May), crisp in winter (June to August) and cool in spring (September to November).

Whats On in Victoria

Whats on in Victoria , well, a couple of the popular internationally renowned major events that happen over the summer is the Australia Open Tennis Grand Slam and the Australian Formula One Grand Prix and if you are a foody, the night Market at the Queen Victoria Market. with over 60 global street food stalls, more than 100 specialty shopping stalls, festival bars, and a rotating line-up of live music and entertainment. Undoubtedly Melbourne hottest summer playground, soak up those balmy evenings

Places of Attraction of Victoria Tourist Guide