Australia's cultural heart, with visitors flocking to Victoria for sport, theatre, museums and food. From the bustling capital city of Melbourne to the coastal sites of the Great Ocean Road.

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Port Campbell

This two day “walk and tour” package has been designed to provide visitors with an opportunity to walk a spectacular 14 km section of the Great Ocean Walk, combined with an unforgettable journey along the Great Ocean Road on the return to Melbourne.


Comfortable and friendly hostel right in the city centre


Set in the heart of the picturesque Yarra Valley - only a short drive to Mystic Mountains, Phillip Island, Dandenong Ranges and Melbourne.

Home of the Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road

Located at the eastern end of the Gippsland Lakes, which form the largest inland network of water.


Large historic mansion built in the late 1800`s with the most homely, cheap Melbourne accommodation, in a cracking location right next to the Royal Botanical Gardens - just one of the many attractions


A major Melbourne coach tour operator, offering tours to Victoria's top destinations. Daily departures to: Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island Penguin Parade, Grampians National Park, Yarra Valley, Mornin

A post card backdrop of rolling hills and broad white sand beaches. This ridiculously picturesque town is popular for fishing and is a a top spot for surfing in summer or just lazing around.

A major wine growing region surrounding the upper section of the Yarra River. The area is a very popular day-trip and tourist area.


Enjoy Melbourne from a different angle: in the air. The Star is a giant Ferris wheel affording 360-degree views of the city through a glass cabin ( 30 minutes ride)


Stroll around The Healesville Sanctuary and discover our unique fauna and flora, visits to 3 – 4 wineries for tastings first class lunch including a glass of local wine and tea and coffee.

Tower Hill

Just a short drive from Warrnambool and Port Fairy, Tower Hill is a main natural landmark featuring an ancient crater and other volcanic landforms. The park also offers a wealth of wildlife


Victoria surfers' paradise on the Great Ocean Road

Tarwin Lower

Standing on a remote part of the South Gippsland coastline it helps ships to navigate the treacherous Bass Strait

Phillip Island

Great wildlife and scenery just a stone throw from Melbourne