Victoria has history on its side. From the established vineyards to the establishment of old.
Victoria is famous for its food and wine culture, along with a fascinating early Australian history. One thing is for sure as you travel around this diverse state, you will find fine dining just about anywhere.
If you do like history with your travel, quite a few towns and locations are totally about the past. There are far too many to mention here, but use the search page to explore while building your itinerary. It is always best to be flexible with your travel plans, as fellow travellers will share their experiences, sending you in new directions.
As for Nature at Her most dramatic, this state is a standout. The Snowy Mountains are an obvious choice for a tour. There are a few places to stay with the dogs even though large areas are National Park.
The Murray River is dotted with absolutely stunning camping sites that dazzle the eyes. The glitter of the river as it runs through majestic trees is not a moment to be rushed.
The south coast plays out its own drama with the Ocean Road a must. Camping with the dogs is possible; you just have to sniff it out. Johanna Beach is one of the few national parks that allow dogs.
The deep green rolling hills of fertile farming land, dotted with farms producing all kinds of fabulous fare for the hungry traveller. This is not a good state to travel on a diet!
If you happen to be travelling in the AFL season you will not avoid footy fever. It is in every news report, conversation, newspaper and at the top of most Victorian minds. It is well worth attending a game just to feel the fervour.
The weather in Victoria is not to be boasted about, but prepared for. All seasons in one day is the norm around here. Just part of the adventure!