Victoria Australia - Tourist Guide
Although a younger state than New South Wales, Victoria is known for its sense of history. The arts, drama, sports (including the Australian Grand Prix) and literature are appreciated here and it shows. See Map of Victoria.
It is also known for lush farmlands, great wineries, ocean beaches, mountains, deserts and more than 30 national parks. All these places are within easy reach of Melbourne Australia, the state’s capital.
Covering more than 227,000 square kilometres, Victoria has both rugged coastline as well as long sandy beaches, some with famous surfing spots as well as sheltered coves.
Coast of Victoria
The coast of Victoria has natural attractions, wonderful beaches, national parks, lakeways and stunning scenery - See Touring the Victoria Coast
Located on the shores of Port Phillip Bay and divided by the Yarra River, the first European settlers arrived in 1835. Helped by the prolonged Gold Rush, the little village boomed and within 50 years became a teeming city. See more on Melbourne Tourist Guide - Melbourne Luxury Hotels.
Victoria State Regions
Great Ocean Road
Phillip Island Map - See Phillip Island Map VIC.
The Grampians Ranges
Map - See Grampians Map Victoria.
The Gippsland - See Gippsland Map Victoria Australia.
The High Country
High Country Map - from the Gippsland north east coast to High Country - See High Country Map VIC.
Work, Jobs in Australia
Why not try a working holiday in Victoria? - Work in Australia.
Victoria Hotels and Accommodation
Australia accommodation - Australia Hotels.
Photo: Yarra River - Melbourne Skyline, Victoria. Photographer James Lauritz.
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