Check out these videos highlighting the exciting experiences Victoria can offer you:
Follow Sophie as she enjoys the Great Ocean Walk - one of the many ways you can experience the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne.
Melbourne has a very funky street art scene. Catch up with Andrew Bourke, one of the city's street artists, as he reveals the secrets behind this colourful city. Wander the laneways yourself or join a tour to explore more!
Originally from Northampton, UK, Lydia Hewitson arrived in Oz on a Working Holiday Visa in December 2010. Lydia is a keen photographer and works at the Melbourne Aquarium snapping tourists.
Jarvis Weston lives on Phillip Island (90 mins from Melbourne) working as a penguin ranger. Jarvis champions the Penguin Protection Program, working with volunteers who visit Philip Island on environmental program.
Melbourne singer Lauren Gillard fronts an R'n'B act, 'Brown Sugar'. Follow a day in her life as she hangs out on the beach at St Kilda, eats cake, shoe shops and sings her socks off in one of Melbourne's many trendy bars.
From Melbourne, discover the rugged Great Ocean Road, vine-lined Yarra Valley and nearby Macedon Ranges, and the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. Meet fairy penguins on Phillip Island, houseboat down the Murray River and walk the sand of Wilsons Promontory and 90 Mile Beach. Relive the goldrush in Bendigo and High Country towns and hike the ancient landscapes of Grampians National Park.Add to your dream trip
Great Ocean Road
Drive Victoria's Great Ocean Road, home to the world class surf at Bells Beach and the craggy limestone spires of the Twelve Apostles. This dramatic region also offers fishing villages, migrating whales, shipwrecks, golden beaches, rainforests and national parks. Tackle the Great Ocean Walk or drive the Great Southern Touring Route between Melbourne and Adelaide.Add to your dream trip
Escape from city life to explore Gippsland, a diverse wilderness coast stretching from Melbourne's eastern outskirts to Victoria's far east. Drive the Great Alpine Way to uninterrupted Ninety Mile Beach, the vast Gippsland Lakes, and relaxed coastal towns. Bushwalk, camp, kayak, snorkel and fish along the unspoilt beaches of Croajingolong National Park and Wilsons Promontory, then discover Aboriginal history and gourmet delights.Add to your dream trip