Australia’s most liveable city, Melbourne is often referred to as the country’s cultural capital. With so much to see and do in this well-visited city however, a private tour can experience is both personal and doesn’t leave anything important out.
May 8, 2013
The Grampians National Park is an area of outstanding natural beauty about four hours drive (235km) west of Melbourne. Featuring a series of magnificent mountain ranges, Aboriginal rock art and sacred sites, the Grampians are popular year-round with walkers, hikers, campers and rock climbers who come to appreciate the area’s lush beauty and remoteness.
April 4, 2013
Melburnians flock to the seaside towns, beaches and national parks of the Gippsland Coast during summer.
April 2, 2013
February 6, 2013
A huge outdoor museum, Sovereign Hill is a recreation of a ‘wild west’ town typical of the gold rush era. Ladies, gentleman, prospectors and craftsmen wander Main Street and Redcoat soldiers’ parade and drill as a show of their military might.
November 5, 2012
Win 2 tickets to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Melbourne on a Melbourne New Year’s Eve Dinner Cruise! See the city light up on a memorable night of fabulous food and marvelous views of fireworks.
November 1, 2012
Puffing Billy is an old restored steam engine that runs on its original mountain track in Melbourne’s Dandenong Ranges. Built to transport the area’s first settlers around the mountains, Puffing Billy now transports visitors through the forest in its open carriages just for fun.
October 24, 2012
While Melbourne is a sprawling city, its central business district and main attractions are compact and easily navigable.
September 20, 2012
Melbourne is an incredible city with so much to see and do as you make your way through city streets and waterways. That said, another great way to experience the city is from above it! Look down at the Victoria‘s capital and enjoy the views from one of these top vantage points:
September 5, 2012
To walk through the doors of Werribee Mansion is to step back in time to the late 1800s and the beginning of European settlement in Australia. A huge Italianate-styled mansion built for wealthy pastoralists in 1877, Werribee Mansion’s grand architecture, formal gardens and carefully restored furniture and furnishings are a fine example of life as it was lived by wealthy settlers in the 19th century.