Melbourne is a smart city, and it’s proud. It even has an event to prove it. The fifth annual Melbourne Knowledge Week (MKW) takes place Oct. 27 through Nov. 2. The event transforms the city into a massive classroom where locals and visitors learn about innovative projects and thinkers and participate in public conversations about what it […]
The Melbourne Spring Carnival rivals the Super Bowl in popularity. The culmination of Australia’s spring horse racing calendar, the Melbourne Cup is a public holiday in Victoria during which Australians and visitors dress in vintage formal wear and hit the tracks, or the nearest pub, to cheer on their favorite steed. Betting games and fashion […]
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If you’re looking for a great wildlife experience in Melbourne, there’s a spectacular (and adorable) one unique to the area — and it’s just a bus ride away. Travel by coach from Melbourne to Phillip Island, home of the largest little penguin colony in the world, on this Phillip Island Little Penguins Parade Evening Tour.
Ghost tours aren’t for everyone, but for those who do enjoy them, they offer a unique insight into the history of a given place. The ghosts of Melbourne are plentiful, but there are three famous locations of supernatural activity that shouldn’t be missed when visiting the city.
Whilst NSW has well-known attractions like Newcastle and Byron Bay, and in Queensland, the Whitsundays and Cairns are destinations just as popular as Brisbane, many visitors to Victoria concentrate just on Melbourne. They’re missing out! There are plenty of reasons to see more of Victoria than just Melbourne.
Melbourne is one of Australia’s most-visited cities, with lots to see and do. If you’re only spending a weekend in Melbourne however, it becomes difficult to pick and choose which adventures you want to have in the short time period.
Of all the reasons to visit Ballarat – and there are many – the rich history of the area is the most encompassing of them all. Ballarat rose to fame as a gold mining town in the 1850s, before cementing its place in Australian history in 1854 as the site of the Eureka Rebellion.
Great Otway National Park (also known as The Otways or the Otway Ranges), is a national park west of Melbourne, sitting on the Victorian coastline along the Great Ocean Road. Whilst the most well-known attraction in the park is the famous Otway Fly, there are plenty of things to do in the Otway Rainforest