Attractions in Victoria

There are so many attractions in Victoria that if you run out of things to do when you visit then you’re not really trying.

If you happen to be flying to Australia and find yourself in Victoria, you really could not have ended up in a better place. You could spend your entire holiday visiting the different attractions in Melbourne or attending the many events and festivals which are a constant(ly) changing feature of the Melbourne tourist scene.

Visit Victoria’s first prison, the Old Melbourne Gaol, which is one of Melbourne’s oldest surviving buildings and one of the must-see attractions in Victoria for many visitors…

If old crims are not your scene, Melbourne’s Luna Park is a galaxy of amusements and sensations, from the jaw dropping, eye ball popping super thrill rides like the Pharaoh’s Curse, to the much more family friendly attractions that even your very young ones will enjoy.

NOW, if you love shopping then this is for you!

This is one of the attractions in Victoria you can’t afford to miss.

Come on an exciting fun filled day shopping in Melbourne – sightseeing and exploring the city’s fabulous factories and warehouses.

Shoes, clothing, cosmetics, china, glass, chocolates, jewellery, handbags, sporting goods, children’s wear… the list just goes on!

Shop till you drop has never had more meaning than now!

Or perhaps you’d prefer something a little more “racy”?

Experience a Harley Davidson ride over Melbourne’s most famous bridge, the Westgate.

Cruise over the Yarra River and along the St. Kilda Esplanade, before finishing with a ride around Albert Park’s Formula One Grand Prix circuit.

Yes, there are so many Melbourne attractions you’ll never run out of things to do; just click the link for a full list of Melbourne’s attractions and events.

Yarra Valley.

In the beautiful Yarra Valley you’ll find fifty-five of the world’s premier wineries, dozens of splendid romantic retreats and some equally splendid restaurants, all set in a landscape of colour that’s impossible to resist.

For many of us this is one of the best attractions in Victoria….

So, if you’re looking for a fun and affordable Australian winery tour to take in some of Victoria’s best wineries in this stunning wine region…….

A one-day Yarra Valley Wine Experience includes tutored tastings at 4 premium wineries, a superb restaurant lunch with wine and finishing the day at the home of Australia’s No.1 bubbly, Domaine Chandon, for gourmet platters and a glass of their splendid sparkling wine.


If you would prefer to experience the magic of the Yarra Valley from the air, fly for approximately one hour over the beautiful Yarra Valley and its vineyards in a balloon, completing the experience with a sumptuous champagne breakfast at Fergusson Winery.

Let the breeze usher you along the corridors of grape vines and over the Yarra River as you take in the breathtaking views of mountains that surround the valley.

A perfect way to experience the attraction of the Yarra Valley!

Mornington Peninsula.

Set between Port Phillip Bay and Western Port Bay, the Mornington Peninsula is Melbourne’s holiday playground and one of the very special attractions in Victoria.

With stunning views from Arthur’s Seat summit over the bay with its long white sand beaches, the splendor of vineyards, farms, holiday homes and a quiet country lifestyle, the Mornington Peninsula is one of the quieter attractions in Victoria and is a true delight.

You can take a day tour of this wonderful region from Melbourne with highlights which include:

Spectacular views of rolling hills, pastures and vineyards,

Devonshire tea at Arthurs Seat on top of the mountain,

Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Gardens, lose yourself in Australia’s oldest traditional hedge maze,

A guided tour of the magnificent rose maze and lavender gardens, Witness and learn the extraction process of lavender oil,

Enjoy a delightful two course lunch while overlooking the maze and gardens,

Take in the serenity of the water gardens, bird life and the impressive rose maze,

On the descent from Arthurs Seat witness spectacular views of the Mornington Peninsula and Port Phillip Bay,

Beach side hamlets of Dromana and Mt Martha,

Follow the coast road with wondrous views of Port Phillip Bay,

Visit the picturesque seaside resort of Mornington,

Or perhaps just walk along the pier or simply relax on the beach.

Macedon Ranges.

While you’re sampling the attractions in Victoria you really should take a day trip to the spectacular Macedon Ranges.

Discover the Victorian countryside and it’s bygone era of paddleboats on a once bustling river highway as you wind along the Murray River to historic Echuca.

Cruise under majestic rivergums and explore the restored port before heading to Bendigo to discover the town’s grand old buildings.

Your tour to Ecucha includes the following highlights:

Journey through the impressive Macedon Ranges and visit charming country towns and classic farming landscapes along the way.

Visit Bendigo and her grand historic buildings, meticulously preserved to retain the city’s opulence and splendor.

Built on gold, Bendigo continues to flourish 100 years after the gold rush era that brought immense wealth to the town

Climb aboard another of Victoria’s attractions, the Talking Tram, to discover Bendigo’s fascinating history whilst touring the local heritage sights.

Cruise the mighty Murray River aboard an authentic paddle steamer, the P.V. Canberra.


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