What's on in Victoria - Events, Happenings, Entertainment and Gigs

The southern Australian State of Victoria boasts spectacular National Parks, lush forests, delightful alpine area and charming semi-desert lands and a wonderful coastline. The capital city of Melbourne is regarded as Australia's capital for fashion, food, restaurants, cultural and entertainment. Phillip Island is renowned for its penguins and the heritage Gold Rush towns of Ballarat and Bendigo show case life as it was in the Goldrush era. The major centres and tourist attractions are: #. Melbourne - known for its diverse culture,fabulous restaurants, cafea and thrilling night life. Attractions include Melbourne Aquarium, Federation Square, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Zoo. # Ballarat - is mostly known for its goldrush heritage and the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery. # Geelong is famous as the gateway to the wonders of the Great Ocean Road, the Ford Discovery Centre and the National Wool Museum. # Mildura is the gateway to the mighty Murray River, grapes, wineries and fresh fruit. The World Heritage Lake Mungo National Park is famous for its red sand dunes and aboriginal heritage. # The Snowy River and Snowy Mountains are renowned for its wild horses and Australia’s best ski fields. the are is popular for all types of outdoor sports such as abseiling, canoeing, bike riding, kayaking, horse riding and bushwalking. # Macedon Ranges are renowned for its scenery, hot springs and fabulous wineries. # Lakes Entrance and Gippsland Lakes are very popular for boating, swimming and sailing. # Wilsons Promontory National Park and Phillip Island offer incredible scenery, wildlife, stunning walking trails and wild secluded beaches. # Bendigo - Visit the take a tram tour, local wineries, pottery museum, or visit the central Deborah mine for an underground experience. # Grampians National Park offers incredible wildlife, birds, bushwalking, mountain bike riding, camping and scenery. # Great Ocean Road is one of Australia`s most scenic drives stretching from Torquay (the surfing centre) through to Warrnambool and the incredible scenery of Port Campbell National Park. # Philip Island is famous internationally for its motorbike race track, its Penguin parade, its boating and fishing, and its great beaches. Yarra Valley is well known for its wines, cafes, restaurants, antiques and craft stores and is a great place to go bushwalking, cycling and driving. # Dandenong Ranges National Park is home to the Puffing Billy steam train and has wonderful sceneryand bushwalking tracks. # The Mornington Peninsula just south of Melbourne boasts rugged coast lines, beautiful beaches, natural bushland, vineyards, orchards and fabulous wineries and restaurants.# Milawa is a charming town set in the King Valley wine producing region, and is the gateway to a wide range of fresh foods such as cheese, berries, honey, nuts, olives and of course, fabulous wines.

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