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33 - 35 Nixon Street Shepparton
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Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre

33-35 Nixon Street, Shepparton, Victoria, 3630
Email: info@discovershepparton.com.au
Website: www.discovershepparton.com.au
9103945 Phone Number: 61 03 5831 4400

Greater Shepparton Visitor Centre is a comprehensive Visitor Information Centre, providing information on the local region and Victoria. The friendly staff can assist you with your enquiry, including City and district maps and map sales of Victoria. Local souvenirs and postcards, a diary of coming events and free accommodation booking service. They also do group and special interest tours of local areas by arrangement. They look forward to welcoming you into Greater Shepparton, and allowing you to explore all it has to offer. For more information about attractions, activities and accommodation, please contact them on the number above.

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Europcar

189 South Centre Road, Tullamarine, Victoria, 3043
9100926 Phone Number: 61 03 9330 6178

Europcar's Australian branches provide flexible car hire options for an exciting driving holiday or business trip. Europcar has a network of over 133 easily accessible car hire locations throughout Australia, that offer competitive rates in top holiday destinations. From downtown to the outback, Europcar has branches in all major cities, airports and towns. Whether you are looking for a luxury vehicle, a 4WD, a small economy car or a 12 seater people mover, Europcar has the car to get you moving. Why not use your hire car to visit tropical Queensland? Or cruise along the West Australian coastline? With Europcar you are free to discover the rugged terrain of the Northern Territory, discover Tasmania, or you may want to hire a small car to zip around Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or Brisbane - Europcar has your driving holiday covered. Contact Europcar today to book your car hire and start exploring!

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Portland Visitor Information Centre

Lee Breakwater Road, Portland, Victoria, 3305
Email: portlandvic@glenelg.vic.gov.au
Website: www.glenelg.vic.gov.au
9103940 Phone Number: 61 03 5522 2671
Fax Number: 61 03 5522 2290

Discover a wealth of information about Portland and the Discovery Coast region at Portland Visitor Information Centre. Located at the Western end of the Great Ocean Road, the Portland Visitor Information Centre not only can provide you with great idea for your holiday but they also have the Maritime Discovery Centre within the Information Centre. The region boasts rich maritime history, and inspiring natural attractions. The region's towns include historic Portland, scenic Cape Bridgewater, Cape Nelson and the quaint village of Nelson and the rural towns of Casterton, Heywood and Dartmoor. The friendly staff can assist with all your holiday planning needs, including accommodation and activities. Come visit them or contact them today.

Kyneton Museum
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Kyneton Visitor Information Centre

127 High St, Kyneton, Victoria, 3444
Email: vic@mrsc.vic.gov.au
Website: www.visitmacedonranges.com
9118924 Phone Number: 61 03 5422 6110
Fax Number: 61 03 5422 6110

The Kyneton Visitor Information Centre provides accurate and up to date information to local residents and visitors to the region, who seek information on accommodation, attractions, events, maps and directions. The centre offers a comprehensive range of brochures with applicability to the local area and regional Victoria. The friendly staff are more than willing to assist you with all your enquiries.

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Corryong Visitor Information Centre

50 Hanson St, Corryong, Victoria, 3707
Email: vic@towong.vic.gov.au
9103918 Phone Number: 61 02 6076 2277

Corryong Visitor Information Centre provides exceptional insights into the region so you can experience all that the Upper Murray and Australia's iconic Man from Snowy River legend has to offer. The legend of Jack Riley, renowned as the authentic Man from Snowy River who inspired Banjo Paterson with his tales of chasing wild Brumbies in the mountains behind Corryong, is closely woven into Corryong's history. This is iconic Australia, this is the home of the legend and the spirit of Jack Riley lives on today in the Upper Murray. Come and be part of the legend. The Upper Murray region is also home to some of Australia's most pristine natural environment located in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and at the headwaters of the mighty Murray River. It provides easy access to nearby Kosciuszko National Park and Victoria's Alpine National Park. Of significance is Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park which is home to the largest monolith in the southern hemisphere and features some amazing and unique flora. With arguably one of the best climates in Victoria, the region has a pristine environment for visitors to explore and reconnect with nature. Fresh rivers and streams run crystal clear and the mountain air is invigorating. Take the time to explore Australia's High Country heart by touring the Snowy Valleys Way to Corryong. A natural alternative to travelling the Hume Highway, the Snowy Valleys Way links Wangaratta to Corryong (via Beechworth) and onwards to Gundagai (via Tumbarumba) in New South Wales. You will not be disappointed. Discover unique histories, quaint country pubs, a diversity of nature based activities; open gardens, festivals and events, boating, golfing, fishing, four-wheel driving, bushwalking, Arts and crafts, flora and fauna and much more.

Casterton
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Casterton Visitor Information Centre

3 Racecourse Road, Casterton, Victoria, 3311
Email: castertonvic@glenelg.vic.gov.au
Website: www.casterton.org.au/
9103905 Phone Number: 61 03 5581 2070
Fax Number: 61 03 5581 2405

Casterton Visitor Information Centre is nestled in the Red Gum valley of the Glenelg River, Western Victoria. Casterton is centrally situated to the wineries of the Coonawarra, the Grampians National Park, Portland and The Great Ocean Road and Mount Gambier's famous Blue Lake. Locally, Casterton offers historical buildings, including Warrrock Homestead station, and unique geographical attractions. Casterton is recognised as the birthplace of the Kelpie breed of dog and celebrates this each June long weekend with the Kelpie Muster, Festival and Working Dog Auction. Casterton Visitor Information Centre has local crafts, Kelpie merchandise available. Please contact Casterton Visitor Information Centre for further information and make the Casterton Visitor Information Centre your first stop, when going through the Grampians countryside.

Maldon Streetscape
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Maldon Visitor Information Centre

93 High Street , Maldon, Victoria, 3463
Email: maldonvic@mountalexander.vic.gov.au
Website: www.maldoncastlemaine.com.au
9103892 Phone Number: 61 03 5475 2569
Fax Number: 61 03 5475 2007

The Maldon Visitor Information Centre is your first port of call to learn more about a town steeped in history. The National Trust declared Maldon Australia's first Notable Town in 1966. Maldon was once among the world's richest quartz reefs, attracting a population which built grand houses and a very busy commercial centre. Today Maldon is a charming mix of contemporary experiences set in an historic streetscape. The Visitor Information Centre provides friendly informative guidance about local attractions, icons and accommodation, open every day except Christmas day. View videos of both the history and contemporary stories of the region on their big screen display.

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Ballarat Visitor Information Centre

43 Lydiard Street North, Ballarat, Victoria, 3350
Email: visitballarat@brt.org.au
Website: www.visitballarat.com.au
9103911 Phone Number: 61 03 5337 4337
Fax Number: 61 03 5332 7977

Located in the heart of Ballarat's Heritage and Arts Precinct, Ballarat's Visitor Information Centre offers detailed information on the full range of Ballarat's attractions and accommodation options, along with information on surrounding regions and Melbourne. Additional visitor facilities include free visitor parking, public internet access and a gift shop offering maps and a selection of quality, locally-crafted products. For visitors arriving by train or bus, the Visitor Centre is only a short walk from Ballarat's central station, and visitor service volunteers meet the most popular trains, offering a friendly face and everything you need to allow you to commence your Ballarat experience from the moment you step off the train.

Kooyoora State Park
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Loddon Visitor Information Centre

24 Wilson St, Wedderburn, Victoria, 3518
Email: loddonvisitorinformation@loddon.vic.gov.au
Website: www.loddon.vic.gov.au
9115104 Phone Number: 61 03 5494 3489
Fax Number: 61 03 5494 3003

Come to Loddon Visitor Information Centre, it is in a region where families are valued, breathe in the fresh air, sit around campfires, walk the family pet, sip award winning wines or watch sunrises and sunsets. The Loddon Tourism Area is situated adjacent to the City of Greater Bendigo and forms part of the Goldfields and the Murray tourism regions. Covering an area of 6,700 square kilometres, and containing attractions varying from Aboriginal sites to early European settlements, goldfields, lakes, State and National Parks, and nature reserves. The region is mainly unspoilt and can offer visitors an experience in unhurried holidaying whether this is for an extended stay or a brief visit. The towns still bear authentic streetscapes from the gold rush era and the State Parks are still in their natural state. The Loddon Tourism Area can offer a base for visiting large areas of Central and Northern Victoria, and can be easily reached by road from Melbourne, Bendigo or Mildura via the Calder Highway, or from Echuca and the other Murray River towns via the Loddon Valley Highway. The roads within the region are generally quiet and provide easy peaceful driving. Public transport also services most of the towns within the region. Recreational facilities abound across the Shire. Sporting options for the visitor include golf, water skiing; lawn bowls bushwalking, bike riding, tennis and fishing. You may wish to browse through local shops or visit wineries and museums.

Stawell Visitor Information Centre
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Stawell & Grampians Visitor Information Centre

6 Main St, Stawell, Victoria, 3380
Email: stawell.info@ngshire.vic.gov.au
Website: www.ngshire.vic.gov.au
9103902 Phone Number: 61 03 5358 2314
Fax Number: 61 03 5358 4335

The Stawell and Grampians Visitor Information Centre is conveniently located at Central Park in Main Street, Stawell. Stawell is just 20 minutes from the Grampians, one of the major tourism regions of Victoria. Stawell is most famous for the world's richest footrace, The Stawell Gift, held every year at Easter. The Visitor Centre provides visitors to the region with up to date, relevant information on attractions and sights. Attractions of interest in Stawell include the Ironbark Forest, Stawell Gift Hall of Fame, Central Park, Big Hill Lookout, several small Art Galleries and the Leisure Centre. Not to be missed is the Stawell Cultural Heritage Trail. To find out about all these attractions and more the Stawell Visitor Information Centre is open to the public daily.