The state of Victoria lies along the south-eastern coast of Australia. It is a popular destination for its long sandy beaches, natural attractions, and the culture of the largest city, Melbourne.
The Great Ocean Road, which is the largest war memorial on the planet, stretches for 151 miles and, as the names suggests, is famous for the roads that hug the coastline of the Southern ocean.
Here tourists are treated to the sights of beaches, cliffs and, most famously, The Twelve Apostles. These geological oddities are stacked limestone formations standing in the tidewaters and attract around two million visitors each year.
The capital city of Melbourne is a huge cultural hub for the nation, as it is known as the birthplace of Australian Film and Television, Australian dance styles and Australian Music.
The city hosts major annual events and festivals from the theatrics of the Melbourne Fringe Festival to the Carnival of St. Kilda, the Melbourne Cup, Australian Open, Grand Prix, International Art Festival and much, much more.
Melbourne Hotels are well-known for exceptional service and locations. There are a great of number of Melbourne accommodation options to choose varying from first-class hotels, to holiday apartments and even motels.
Around the safe and comfortable paths of the city’s are many restaurants and gourmet dining venues, adding to the fervour of the culture.
Passenger railways connect the state, as well as tram service that is the largest in the world.
Accommodation across regional Victoria can also be found near most of the natural attractions; whether it is the natural attractions of the state’s reserves or country Victoria.