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Sitting in Australia's South East is Victoria! You'll find diverse terrain and climates here, ranging from its hot, arid centre to cool temperate coastline.
Victoria's capital city and main tourist destination is Melbourne, home to some 5.2 million people. Here a traveller can find countless resteraunts, bars and cafés whilst exploring Australia's second largest city. Visit Melbourne Victoria Australia for a comprehensive online tourist guide.
Take a step East of Melbourne and you've entered Gippsland. A vast region where the traveller can find, Wilsons Promontory and the Baw Baw Plateau. Over 100km of coastline provides backpackers with endless possibilites for hiking, surfing and general relaxation.
Another city of importance is Ballarat, found North-West of Melbourne. It is a city steeped in history and charm. Born of the world's greatest gold rush, it is still a goldmine for shoppers and holiday-makers today. Visit Ballarat for more information.
If Australia's history piques your interest, be sure to pass through Bendigo, another of Australia's historical cities, it is rich in culture and fun family attractions such as the Central Deborah Gold Mine, the Discovery Science and Technology Centre and the Bendigo Tramways. If Museums interest you more, why not visit the Golden Dragon Museum and learn of the Chinese influence on Victoria's goldrushes?
When small towns aren't to your taste, visit Victoria's second largest city, Geelong. A haven of waterfronts and vinyards awaits!
MINI BREAKS - MELBOURNE TO MELBOURNE
MELBOURNE MINI BREAK (5 days)
Arrive in the busy city of Melbourne, the city of contempory art, music and the home of quirky café’s and the delightful Phillip Island that is famous for its adorable penguins, also visit the Koala Conservation Center
Today leave Melbourne and head for the coast to Mornington Penisula for a little bit of paradise, featuring sparkling bay beaches on one side, surf beaches on the other and in between rolling hillsides famous for their vineyards. Mornington Peninsula also offers great fishing from the pier.
Or why not try horse riding beside the sandy stretches of Gunnamatta beach or weave your way between orchids, vineyards and farmlands with spectacular ocean views. Explore bush land around Anglesea and discover the lush forest of the Yarra Valley on horse back.
Then return to Melbourne.