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Victoria is located in the south eastern corner of the Australian mainland and while the second smallest state in terms of land size, it nonetheless consists of over 227,000 square kilometers. The state is bordered by South Australia to the west, its 1,580 kilometers of coast line to the south and the Murray River for most of its northern border.

It is centered around the capital, Melbourne on Port Phillip Bay with holiday beaches on the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas and adjacent to the popular Yarra Ranges.

The western coast contains surfing and holiday beaches of the Great Ocean Road and some of the most iconic coastal tourist attractions in the state. The eastern coast consists of the famous Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory and great coastal vistas and national parks.

The western volcanic plains head north to national parks and then the oasis of Mildura on the Murray River. Coming east is the Goldfields where one of the world’s largest gold rushes changed the region forever. The Great Dividing Range range ends there with the soaring cliffs of The Grampians. Heading further east is the beautiful valley of the Goulburn River and then to the High Country, the Australian Alps.

Squeaky Beach

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Musical sands from ancient dunes. Just a few minutes north west of Tidal River and accessible by road, is the beautiful Squeaky… Read More »Squeaky Beach

Sandy Point

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A choice of beautiful surf beaches and a water sports haven. On the western side of the Yanakie Isthmus to Wilsons Promontory,… Read More »Sandy Point

Sealers Cove

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Returned To Its Pristine Beauty and Isolation. Located on the eastern coast of Wilsons Promontory, directly north of Refuge Cove, Sealers… Read More »Sealers Cove


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The Yanakie Isthmus Yanakie is a small coastal township and region, the last before entering the Wilsons Promontory National Park.… Read More »Yanakie

Whisky Bay

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A beautiful beach with coastal views of Norman Island To the north of Tidal River, Whisky Bay is another spectacular beach… Read More »Whisky Bay

St Arnaud

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The northern end of the ‘Golden Triangle’ St Arnaud is a former gold mining town with a great deal of… Read More »St Arnaud


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Located just a few kilometers east of Halls Gap and the Grampians National Park, Stawell is a town of some 6,000… Read More »Stawell


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A gold rush town enroute to the Grampians. Ararat, named after Mount Ararat just 10 kms south west, is a… Read More »Ararat


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On the road to the Victorian Goldfields Gisborne is located on the Calder Freeway, south of Mount Macedon and heading… Read More »Gisborne