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Victoria is the only mainland Australian state where your are able to drive to every part in a day from its capital, Melbourne. Victoria’s regions have it all, bay and ocean beaches, spectacular mountains, ski fields within two hours of Melbourne, international sporting and cultural events, desert country, ancient rivers, gold mining towns, vast eucalypt forests and rolling dairy and sheep country. Melbourne is rich in cultural delights and Victoria's major events calendar draws many visitors all through the year.
Just some of the popular attractions in Victoria
Browse for antiques in fascinating country towns
Bushwalking and trekking
Enjoy excellent performances at concerts, the theatre, opera and ballet
Fine dining, groovy cafes and alfresco meals
Visit art galleries and museums
Play on Melbourne's sand belt golf courses
High country horse riding
Hot air ballooning
Major sporting events
Mineral springs and spas
Shopping par excellence
Water skiing in summer, snow skiing in winter
Award winning wineries
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Victoria has a predominantly temperate climate with mild to hot summers and cool winters. The seasons are reversed to those of the northern hemisphere, with the hotter summer months being December, January and February.
Arriving by Air
Melbourne International Airport is a 20 minute car journey by freeway/tollway to the CBD. Alternatively, the Skybus Super Shuttle runs between MelbourneAirport and the Melbourne central business district, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Avalon Airport is a 15 minute car journey to Geelong, the gateway to the Great Ocean Road. The airport is a 50 minute car journey by freeway to the Melbourne central business district. Shuttle coach services run from the airport to Melbourne and Geelong. The shuttle service also provides passenger services to the Bellarine Peninsula, the Surfcoast and the Great Ocean Road.
Public Transport for Getting Around Melbourne and Regional Victoria:
Melbourne’s trains, trams and buses service the inner, middle and outer suburbs. Visit the Metlink website for information about tickets and timetables for all services.
Free Tourist Tram. The City Circle tram service (Route 35) operates within Melbourne's central business district. The service operates in a circular route passing major tourist attractions, as well as linking with other tram, train and bus routes in and around Melbourne. The Melbourne City Tourist Shuttle is a free bus service, stopping at key tourist attractions.
Regional Victoria: V Line is Victoria’s country service with rail and coach services to all major country destinations.
Time: GMT +10 (GMT +11 from last Sunday in October to first Sunday in April).