Victoria

Things To Do & Attractions in Victoria

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AAMI Park

With a bold profile of gleaming triangular panels in a unique bioframe roof, it’s no surprise that Melbourne’s AAMI Park has quickly become an iconic ...  Read more

Albert Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Best known as the home of Formula 1 Grand Prix in March each year, Melbourne’s Albert Park is also a leafy inner-city retreat with a swan-filled lake, sports ...  Read more

A Maze'N Things

A Maze N’ Things is a mini theme park located right on Phillip Island, near Melbourne. It’s the perfect attraction for families waiting to see the Little ...  Read more

Arts Centre Melbourne

Since opening in 1977, the Arts Centre Melbourne has established itself as the epicenter of the city’s performing arts scene. With the building’s dramatic ...  Read more

Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Garden

4.5 star rating: Recommended 75 Reviews

Ashcombe Maze & Lavender Garden in Melbourne’s lush Mornington Peninsula is home to Australia’s oldest traditional hedge maze and features a Lavender Labyrinth ...  Read more

Australian Ballet

For the ultimate ballet experience in Australia, be sure to see a production by The Australian Ballet, which is based in Melbourne. Founded in 1962, this ...  Read more

Ballarat Wildlife Park

Home to around 400 different animal species, the family-run Ballarat Wildlife Park makes a popular day out from Melbourne and there’s plenty for animal lovers ...  Read more

Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre

This world-class destination, 100 percent owned and operated by Australia’s Aboriginal people, is nestled into the scenic backdrop of the continent’s own ...  Read more

Brighton Beach

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Charming and picturesque, Brighton Beach is a cove on Port Phillip Bay that is adored for its rainbow bathing boxes and views of Melbourne city skyline.  ...  Read more

Cape Otway Lighthouse

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

On the southern tip of Victoria’s coast, along the Great Ocean Road, Cape Otway Lighthouse has been steeped in drama since 1843. As Mainland Australia’s ...  Read more

Cape Schanck Lighthouse

The Cape Schanck Lighthouse has been operational since it was built in 1859. Constructed from limestone and sandstone, to this day the lighthouse still uses ...  Read more

Cape Woolamai

With its sandy beaches, windswept bluffs, and miles of rugged walking trails, Cape Woolamai is a place to unwind and simply get back to nature. Stretched ...  Read more

Carlton BrewHouse

Few Australian beers are as world famous as Carlton and there’s no better place to sample the classic Aussie brew than Melbourne’s Carlton Brewhouse. The ...  Read more

Caulfield Racecourse

Racing glamour lives on at Melbourne’s historical horse racing site, Caulfield Racecourse. Since holding its first racing event back in 1859, Caulfield has ...  Read more

Chapel Street

Vibrant, bustling and lined with shops, Chapel Street is an essential urban adventure in Melbourne. This long inner-Melbourne street is perfect for a full day ...  Read more

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