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Destination

Visitors will find Melbourne an exciting city to explore. Modern architecture and design is juxtaposed with heritage buildings reflecting Australia’s cultural history. But beneath the city’s impressive fa├žade, lies the true heart and soul of the city; laneways which snake the city grid to reveal cafes and bars, fashion houses, boutiques, innovative cuisine, galleries, theatres and museums.

Host City

Melbourne, located on the east coast, is the second largest city in Australia. Almost 4 million people live in the city, which has been voted The World's Most Liveable City on a number of occasions.

Melbourne has a lively passion for social eating and drinking, which is reflected in the thousands of restaurants serving up gastronomic experiences from around the world. Everywhere you look you will uncover a vast array of fashionable cafes, where you can enjoy Melbourne's existential coffee and cafe culture to the fullest.

Discover Victoria

Few places can match the vast natural diversity on offer in Victoria.

From surfing the world-famous Bells Beach surf coast, to skiing at Mt Buller, from enjoying an Aussie barbecue at Emu Bottom homestead, to learning to make wine on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria offers unique experiences which capture the imagination.

Natural wonders abound, such as the Great Ocean Road, which offers breathtaking sea views and a welcome change of pace. The majestic Murray River, with its awe-inspiring sunsets, stretches along the top of the state, while The Grampians region offers ancient and expansive landscapes.

For a splash of indulgence, board a luxury charter and discover Port Phillip Bay in Style. Swim with dolphins and seals, snorkel, or simply soak up the sun out on the deck. Visit Domaine Chandon, one of the Yarra Valley’s stunning vineyards, for world celebrated sparkling wine, and gourmet platters filled with fresh, local produce.

Wind down with a treatment at an award-winning Daylesford Day Spa, or by teeing off at one of Australia’s top 10 golf courses, such as the Shearwater Cape Schanck Resort, surrounded by spectacular ocean views and magnificent natural landscapes.

Whether discovering Australia’s gold-mining history at an historical township such as Ballarat, or getting up close and personal with wildlife and penguins at Phillip Island Nature Parks, visit regional Victoria for an unforgettable experience of Australia.

For a comprehensive guide covering all that Victoria has to offer, see www.visitvictoria.com.au

 

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