Victoria’s open-air gallery: The Silo Art Trail

In small rural towns across Australia, grain silos are becoming canvases for towering artworks. In rural Australia, concrete silos are often the tallest thing on the horizon – like bush skyscrapers rising 100-feet or more above the surrounding farmlands. These silos started popping up 60 to 100 years ago, when grain production increased and bags … Continued

Soak up summer on the Great Ocean Road

Sunshine-filled days, sandy beaches, epic surf and stunning sunsets – nothing beats a summer spent along Victoria’s world-famous Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road hardly needs an introduction. This section of Victoria’s coastline is second to none, full of stunning natural landmarks, laid-back coastal towns, stretches of pristine beaches, and world-renowned surfing destinations. But … Continued

Victoria’s Great Alpine Road

The Great Alpine Road may be famous for its incredible ski season and snowy views in winter, but in spring Victoria’s High Country comes alive – with opportunities for adventure around every bend in the road. The Great Alpine Road winds through more than 300 kilometres of Victoria’s High Country – from the bustling rural … Continued

Visit Valley View Caravan Park

In partnership with Valley View Caravan Park Valley View Caravan Park offers a relaxed atmosphere in the peaceful surrounds of the Upper King Valley, near the King River and Lake William Hovell. Located in the heart of Whitfield, at the foothills of the Victorian High Country, it’s quiet and tranquil, and is a great place … Continued

Discover the magic of the Murray

At 2508 kilometres long, the Murray is best known for being Australia’s longest river, as well as the third-longest navigable river in the world (after the Amazon and the Nile!). The Murray is also an amazing ecosystem in which local flora and fauna thrive, and the water feeds a range of other incredible rivers in … Continued

Meander through the Mornington Peninsula

Who says you can’t enjoy a beach holiday in the middle of winter? A visit to the Mornington Peninsula in the off-season is bound to exceed all your expectations. Think: quirky art galleries, epic coastline views and gourmet experiences. Travel along the EastLink and Peninsula Link freeways to Merricks, only about an hour and 15 … Continued

Unearth treasures along the Goldfields Way

The Goldfields Way plots a course between Ballarat and Bendigo, and offers a scenic way of discovering the heritage and natural wonders of this picturesque region of Victoria. Ballarat Ballarat is a UNESCO Creative City of Craft and Folk Art, so a visit to the new Australian Centre for Rare Arts and Forgotten Trades is … Continued

Feel relaxed at Peterborough Caravan Park

In partnership with Peterborough Caravan Park. Peterborough Caravan Park is a tranquil and relaxing park. Sit back and enjoy the views or explore the rich railway history, which Peterborough has become known for. Base yourself here for a few days to explore the region, or stay overnight to continue to the next destination. A great camp kitchen, … Continued

Top things to do in Melbourne before summer ends

Whether you plan to embrace the heat in the great outdoors or retreat into the air conditioning, chances are you will find your version of fun in Melbourne this summer. Go swimming at the Pillars in Mount Martha Only a 45-minute drive from Melbourne’s CBD, the Mount Martha Pillars is a slice of the Amalfi … Continued

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