Regions of Victoria
Filled with history, atmosphere and stunning scenery, the Bays and Mornington Peninsula region has a variety of wonderful attractions. Visit the old Fort at Queenscliff, see Geelong, Victoria 's second largest city and home of the National Wool Museum. The Geelong peninsula also includes vineyards and wineries. Visit the historic Werribee Park Estate of 1877 and take in the breathtaking scenery of Arthurs seat, Cape Schanck or Port Lonsdale.
The famous Great Ocean Road is one of the greatest scenic drives you will ever find. It is filled with spectacular scenery and includes many notable attractions, Angahook-Lorne State Park, The Twelve Apostles rock formation, numerous whale watching locations, Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum, Cape Bridgewater fur seal colony and many beautiful, historic townships along the way.
Discover the heritage of Victoria and relive the history surrounding the 1850s gold rush period. Attractions include the Eureka Stockade Centre and the Sovereign Hill living museum. The spa country is filled with amazing and beautiful natural attractions. This region is also the home of the famous Hanging Rock.
The Yarra Valley wine region and nearby Dandenongs include many beautiful and interesting sights including spectacular eucalypt forests, famous and renowned vineyards and wineries, fascinating Australian wildlife sanctuaries, Steavenson's Falls, Mt Donna Buang scenic lookout, and don't forget the Puffy Billy Steam Train.
An extraordinary place to visit, Phillip Island is home to an amazing collection of wildlife: Fairy Penguins and the "Penguin Parade", Australia 's largest seal colony and the Seal Rocks Sea Life Centre and the Koala Conservation Centre.
Victoria's alpine region north-east of Melbourne is a major winter sports area and a very scenic part of Australia. Ski fields include Mt Buller, Mt Hotham, Falls Creek, Mt Buffalo and Mount Baw Baw.