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AUD / USD Rate: USD 0.765
 

Melbourne

Melbourne

Consistently crowned the world’s most liveable city, Melbourne is an elegant blend of stunning architecture, tree-lined boulevards and cobblestone laneways brimming with some of Australia’s most celebrated galleries, boutiques and food and wine experiences. The surrounds of Melbourne, replete with seaside villages, enchanting wildlife and undulating vineyards, are as diverse as they are breathtaking. Victoria’s cultural and sporting calendars are teeming with world-class events. As the host of the Australian Open, the Australian Formula One Grand Prix, the Melbourne Cup Carnival, the acclaimed Melbourne Winter Masterpieces and much much more, Victoria revels in celebrating passions and delights in entertaining visitors.

Great Ocean Road

One of the world’s most breathtaking touring routes, the Great Ocean Road is a journey that lingers long after the return. Culminating in a visit to the spectacular Twelve Apostles, iconic limestone stacks in the Southern Ocean, the journey itself is full of surprises. The beauty of the Great Ocean Road is incomparable, as you soar hundreds of metres above the ocean, clinging to the cliffs, only to find yourself at wave level as you turn the next corner. Keep your eyes open and spot koalas clinging to the trees as you travel through the Otway Ranges, or look out to see for whale sightings from May to November. The route is peppered with cosmopolitan villages, renowned surf breaks, idyllic rainforests and remarkable rock sculptures, making the Great Ocean Road both a quintessential and yet entirely unique coastal escape.

Phillip Island

Phillip Island is a diverse holiday haven, teeming with a range of natural and man-made attractions, enchanting visitors of all ages and interests right throughout the year. The tiny penguins that totter from sea to sand in the Penguin Parade draw a hushed and enthralled crowd every evening, but don’t forget that nature lovers can also view koalas in the treetops from a boardwalk at the Koala Conservation Centre, or take a boat to the colony of 30,000 Australia fur seals at Seal Rocks. Those fond of a little more noise and speed flock to the Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit for a calendar of world-class racing events. Blend these iconic attractions with an array of sandy beaches, nature reserves and a host of luxuries for an old-fashioned seaside holiday, with a unique twist.

Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a gorgeous medley of romance and relaxation. Golden beaches and elegant seaside villages enclose a tranquil hinterland replete with day spas at Peninsula Hot Springs, rolling vineyards, boutique cellar doors and acclaimed restaurants. From prestigious golf courses and beachfront villas to Horseback Winery Tours and secluded walks, there’s a sophisticated and rustic charm to the peninsula reminiscent of the best of European coastal living. Just an hour’s drive from Melbourne, explore the Mornington Peninsula on a leisurely day trip, or unwind and savour its many delights over a longer escape.