Things to do and see in Greater Melbourne and Victoria.
Ramsay Street | Neighbours | How to get there | Tour
One of our most frequently searched questions | How do I get to Ramsay Street?
Here we explain where the real Ramsay Street is in Melbourne, how to get there yourself or how to see it on an organised tour.
From the television series Neighbours, Read more..
View Profile | Vermont South Anti-Gravity Hill
Not far from Melbourne is one of its best kept secrets and most unusual and baffling places, Anti-Gravity Hill in Straws Lane, Woodend.
Standing near the bottom of a hill facing up hill, if you tip water onto the road it flows 'up' the hill not do Read more..
View Profile | Woodend Ararat Lunatic Asylum
Aradale is Australia's largest abandoned lunatic asylum.
Opened in 1867 as Ararat Lunatic Asylum, this building housed tens of thousands of people described as "Lunatics", "idiots" and "imbeciles" - some of them described as the worst lunatics in Read more..
View Profile | Ararat Arthurs Seat Skylift
First we had the illuminated Melbourne Star wheel for a spin after dark – next may be a midnight ride to Arthurs Seat on new multimillion-dollar gondola.
A planning application for a $14 million gondola attraction is being considered by Morningto Read more..
View Profile | Arthurs Seat Arthurs Seat State Park
Rising above the Mornington Peninsula, Arthurs Seat is the most familiar of all Port Phillip Bay landscape features. It's 314 m summit, reached by road or on foot, gives spectacular views of the bay and Port Phillip Heads.
On a clear day the view Read more..
View Profile | Dromana Bells Beach | Torquay
Bells Beach is an internationally famous surf beach located 100 km south-west of Melbourne, on the Great Ocean Road near the towns of Torquay and Jan Juc.
Bells Beach is a long, generous, slightly archaic surf break in the Australian state of Vict Read more..
View Profile | Torquay Bendigo Tourism
Impressive Victorian buildings line the wide streets of Bendigo, as a reminder of the rich history built from one of the world's most exciting gold rushes. Today there are new treasures to be discovered in this thriving city. Bendigo is a place where Read more..
View Profile | Bendigo Bendigo Trust
The Bendigo Trust runs the Central Deborah Gold Mine, while overseeing some of Bendigo’s other cherished historic assets, including reviving the Bendigo Tramways, the Bendigo Chinese Joss House Temple, the Discovery Science & Technology Centre, the B Read more..
View Profile | Bendigo Bendigo Vintage 'Talking' Tram Tours
With the boom of the gold rush in Bendigo came a wave of development in the late 1800s. A substantial tram network was established to link the city.
Today, there is still no better way to experience the sights of Bendigo than aboard the majestic Read more..
View Profile | Bendigo Castlemaine & Maldon
Come and discover Castlemaine & Maldon located only 120 kilometres from Melbourne in historic Central Victoria!
We have so many experiences for people to enjoy - indulge in luxury at an opulent B&B, chat to a winemaker about his latest vintage, r Read more..
View Profile | Castlemaine Central Deborah Gold Mine
Looking for a truly unique experience? Descend underground at Central Deborah Gold Mine, home of Australia’s deepest underground mine tour, and catch ‘gold fever’.
The passion, enthusiasm and knowledge of the tour guides is contagious and you can Read more..
View Profile | Bendigo Coal Creek Community Park and Museum
Coal Creek Community Park and Museum - FREE ENTRY and unlimited fun for the whole family.
Come along and ride the bush tramway, buy some old fashioned lollies from the general store, visit our friendly animals and feed the ducks too.
While yo Read more..
View Profile | Korumburra Discovery Science & Technology Centre
Discovery Science & Technology Centre is regional Victoria’s largest not for profit educational science centre and one of only seven science centres in Australia.
With over 120 hands-on exhibits, Discovery activates community learning in an envir Read more..
View Profile | Bendigo Duneira Estate
The 1875 historic Victorian homestead is in excellent condition and is warm and inviting as it is still a much-loved family home.
Built in 1875 by Suetonius Officer, Duneira is a renovated homestead that tells the tale of its subsequent owners.
View Profile | Mount Macedon Emerald Bank Adventure Park
Open 10.00 - 4:30pm weekends
7 days during school holidays.
Closed public holidays.
Emerald Bank Leisure Land is a family friendly destination with plenty to see and do.
Whether it is shopping, adventure or relaxation you are looking for, Read more..
View Profile | Kialla Endeavour Fern Gully
Endeavour Fern Gully provides visitors with a glimpse of the original natural environment of the Mornington Peninsular.
It includes 17.5 hectares of natural indigenous bushland that has natural regrowth of many indigenous middle and ground story p Read more..
View Profile | Red Hill Fairhaven Pole House
The Pole House at Fairhaven Beach is the most photographed house on the Great Ocean Road, and probably Australia!
Suspended 40 metres above Fairhaven Beach, the Pole House is one of Australia's most iconic homes. The vision of architect and engine Read more..
View Profile | Fairhaven Gabo Island
A friend recently remarked, why is Gabo Island in your directory?
Easy, almost every night its mentioned during the weather report on the ABC, and if you are like me you eventually say, I wonder where Gabo Island is?
Gabo Island is located off Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Geelong Australia
With a view over spires and heritage rooftops to the waterfront, Geelong warmly invites you to rediscover a more relaxed lifestyle with all the benefits of a city and nature''s playground just minutes away. Turn left off at the Princes Highway, or ar Read more..
View Profile | Geelong Gippsland Country Tourism
Gippsland is one of the few unique and diverse regions in Australia. It comprises of snow fields, wilderness, rainforests, beaches, industrialised areas, farm land and much much more.
With Australia's number one highway running through the centre Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Grampians Tourism
The Grampians region is approximately three hours from Melbourne. Follow the Western Freeway through Ballarat to Ararat and from there choose between the Ararat Pomonal Road west towards Halls Gap or continue on the Western Highway to Stawell and Hor Read more..
View Profile | Ararat Great Ocean Road
Described as one of the world's greatest coastal drives, a trip down the Great Ocean Road with it's severity and striking contrasts will remain etched in your memory forever.
The Great Ocean Road region demonstrates the power of the sea as it rut Read more..
View Profile | Torquay Hanging Rock
Hanging Rock is a great day out, a scenic one hour drive from Melbourne through the heart of the Macedon Ranges.
It will take roughly forty minutes to walk up to the top of Hanging Rock but the spectacular views across the Mount Macedon region ma Read more..
View Profile | Hanging Rock Hepburn Springs
Hepburn Springs just one hours drive from Melbourne is in the middle of Australia's largest concentration of mineral springs, which are full of health-giving minerals.
Hepburn Springs Mineral Reserve
30 hectares of mineral waters springs that ha Read more..
View Profile | Hepburn Springs Kryal Castle
Kryal Castle Adventure Park and Resort caters to all ages from children discovering the myths, legends and fairytales of the new Castle to teenagers being entertained and thrilled in the Torture Museum and special effects Dungeon and parents enjoying Read more..
View Profile | Leigh Creek Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance is located 319 km from Melbourne. Memories of childhood summers and long days at the beach are revisited here. Cooler months are great for beach walking and fish and chips on the shore. Fishing boats create an idyllic picture.
Let t Read more..
View Profile | Lakes Entrance Loch Ard Gorge
The Loch Ard Gorge is part of Port Campbell National Park, Victoria, Australia, about 10 minutes drive west of The Twelve Apostles.
Loch Ard Gorge is named after the sailing clipper Loch Ard (itself named after Loch Ard in Scotland), which ran ag Read more..
View Profile | Warrnambool Lovick's High Country Adventures
Horse Ride in the Victorian High Country!
The Lovick family are 6th generation mountain cattlemen and have been taking horseback safaris into the mountains since 1967. In 1978 the Lovick family was immortalised through their screening of the film Read more..
View Profile | Merrijig Macedon Ranges
Located on Melbourne’s doorstep, the Macedon Ranges is a diverse collection of unique villages and natural landscapes less than an hour’s drive from Melbourne along the Calder Freeway, and only half that time from Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport.
View Profile | Macedon Mansfield Mt Buller | High Country
Within a 3 hour drive from Melbourne when the High Country comes out to play, expect a good time.
Events and traditional celebrations worth a special trip.
Picnic Races - November
There's been a horse race and picnic in Mansfield on this w Read more..
View Profile | Mansfield Melbourne Tour Company
We have the best job in Australia... showing people around Melbourne and Victoria.
Enjoy the best of Melbourne and Victoria with a great range of tours to suit any budget. One hour to one week tours taking you to the best Melbourne has to offer!
View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne's West
Melbourne's West is without a doubt one of the most dynamic and diverse spots in Melbourne. From the semi-rural setting along its western flank to the urban environment along the Maribyrnong River and Port Phillip Bay, the region offers a multitude o Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Melbourne’s Penguin Colony
In 1956 a rock structure was built for the Olympic Games in Port Phillip Bay, 4 km from the mouth of the Yarra River.
This has become the home for a thriving colony of Little (Fairy) Penguins - kept a secret until 1993 when Captain Noel Butcher (P Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Mornington Peninsula Online
Mornington Peninsula Online Regional Business, Tourism and Events Directory.
Mornington Peninsula the Region
The grandeur of its coastline, glimpses of wind filled sails, distant views of a shimmering city skyline and the heritage of the district Read more..
View Profile | Mount Eliza Mount Baw Baw
Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort is the closest major snowfield to Melbourne & Mornington Peninsula. The snowfields are situated on the edge of the baw baw Plateau & have spectacular views across West Gippsland towards Bass Straight & Western Port Bay.
G Read more..
View Profile | Rawson Mount Macedon
Visit the vibrant and beautiful district of Macedon and Mount Macedon.
Hanging Rock is the heart of the Macedon Ranges - less than an hour’s drive from Melbourne. Made famous in Joan Lindsay’s novel, Picnic at Hanging Rock, and Peter Read more..
View Profile | Macedon Ned Kelly Touring Route
The Ned Kelly Touring Route website has a wealth of information about things to do, places to see and more along the route.
The Ned Kelly Touring Route is a joint initiative between the municipalities of the Rural City of Wangaratta, Benalla Rural Read more..
View Profile | Glenrowan Nobbies Centre
The Nobbies (named because of its unique rock formations) lies off Point Grant at the western tip of Phillip Island. The area has high conservation significance featuring penguins and seabirds and, just off the coast, is Seal Rocks - home to Australi Read more..
View Profile | Phillip Island Nude Beaches in Victoria
Victoria's 4 legal 'clothing optional' beaches that allow nude bathing are Sunnyside North, Southside, Point Impossible and Campbells Cove.
Sunnyside North Beach
Sunnyside North Beach at Mount Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula is a long beach bor Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Old Gippstown Heritage Park
Step back in time to the 1850s and enjoy a visit to Old Gippstown, Gippsland’s Heritage Park.
This complete Historical Township filled with authentic buildings and decor makes an ideal venue for weddings and functions. Old Gippstown is also renow Read more..
View Profile | Moe Otway Fly Treetop Adventures
Otway Fly Treetop Adventures offers a whole host of experiences with the two core activities being The Otway Fly Treetop Walk and The Otway Fly Zip Line Tour.
The Otway Fly Treetop Walk is a 1 hour rainforest walk experience that is approx 2km in Read more..
View Profile | Weeaproinah Phillip Island | Nature Park
Located only 90 minutes from Melbourne, we manage four major parks: the Penguin Parade; the Koala Conservation Centre; Churchill Island Heritage Farm; and the Nobbies Centre as well as other recreational areas, including beaches, wetlands and woodlan Read more..
View Profile | Ventnor Port of Echuca
Uncover Echuca's Rich History at Port of Echuca!
Located just over 2.5 hours north of Melbourne, Port of Echuca is located on the banks of the Murray River, in the historic Port Precinct of Echuca.
Open 9am – 5pm daily, Port of Echuca is the Read more..
View Profile | Echuca Prom Country
The Prom Country Information Centre has Level One Accreditation through the Better Business Program and provides tourism information and services to visitors, tourism operators and the wider local community.
These services include: a central book Read more..
View Profile | Korumburra Puffing Billy Railway
Australia's century-old steam train is still running every day except Christmas Day on its original mountain track from Belgrave to Gembrook in the scenic Dandenong Ranges, just 40 km east of Melbourne, Victoria.
The Railway is the sole survivor Read more..
View Profile | Belgrave Sidney Myer Music Bowl
A Melbourne icon, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl is a public outdoor performance shelter and has hosted some of the biggest events this city has ever seen in it's short history.
Recently renovated, this intricate and complex renovation has ensured tha Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Sky High | Mount Dandenong
Less than 1 hour from the CBD, Sky High Mount Dandenong is one of Melbourne's most popular tourist destinations.
SkyHigh has something for the whole family, including a beautiful English garden, adventurous SkyHigh maze, contemporary cafe/family Read more..
View Profile | Mount Dandenong Sovereign Hill | Ballarat
At Sovereign Hill - Australia's foremost outdoor museum, you go back over a century to Victoria's goldrush days and relive the history and excitement of the era.
Built on a 25 hectare (60 acre) site linked with the richest alluvial goldrush in th Read more..
View Profile | Ballarat Steam Train and Wineries Tour
Journey into the rich land of the Yarra Valley via the scenic Dandenong Ranges and enjoy a ride aboard Australia's oldest steam train, Puffing Billy.
Tour the picturesque valleys as we meander our way to lunch and lazily spend the afternoon enjoy Read more..
View Profile | Belgrave Stony Creek Trestle Bridge
About 4.5 km west of Nowa Nowa is the spectacular Stony Creek Trestle Bridge, built in the early 1900s and measuring 276m long and 19m high. Due to its poor condition the bridge itself is fenced off, and trail users must travel down and up the steep Read more..
View Profile | Nowa Nowa Things to do in Marysville
Come and enjoy what the Marysville region has to offer. Things to do include fishing, golf, walking, cycling, cross country skiing, hiking, food, wine, shopping, health and wellbeing. Escape, relax and unwind in the tranquil environment that the myst Read more..
View Profile | Marysville Top 20 Victoria Hot Spots
Here are the Top 20 places in Victoria for holidays, sightseeing and tourists.
Known as Victoria's inland city, Ballarat is mostly known for its gold. It is still a big industry drawing tourists and gold seekers to this unique des Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Victoria StartPage
A website for people living in, migrating to, or on holiday in the state of Victoria in Australia.
It offers carefully selected links covering everything from what's on, attractions, where to shop and sports clubs to wifi hotspots, job and propert Read more..
View Profile | Melbourne Virtual Sorrento
Virtual Sorrento, the internet portal into three towns on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Sorrento, Portsea and Blairgowrie are neighboring holiday destinations on the shores of Port Phillip Bay, about 90 minutes drive from Melbourne. Read more..
View Profile | Sorrento Werribee Gorge State Park
Werribee Gorge retains a wild, rugged natural beauty. The park offers spectacular views and great opportunities for bushwalking and rock climbing.
There are a variety of walks in the park. A popular walk follows the Werribee River from Meikles Poi Read more..
View Profile | Ingliston