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Why visit Victoria
From the flourishing culture of Melbourne to the untouched bushland and coastline of the rural surroundings, Victoria has no shortage of things to see and do. You can spend the afternoon on some windswept beaches, take one of the most iconic coastline road trips in the world and even go skiing in the mountain ranges. If you are a coffee and cuisine connoisseur you may just experience the best you've ever tasted in Melbourne, which also happens to be the capital of Australian art and culture with refined galleries and creative street art.
When to visit Victoria
The weather you experience largely depends upon where you visit in Victoria. In Melbourne and it's surrounding regions you can enjoy temperate though often unpredictable weather, lending to the common phrase 'four seasons in one day'. It gets a little drier the more inland you go but in general, Victoria is a great all-round destination. The best time to visit Victoria is March-April (late summer) as the weather remains warm (hovering around 28°C plus) and the night's are cool and settled.
Getting around Victoria
Getting to Melbourne from the airport is made easy with the SkyBus service which takes you straight from the terminal to the heart of the city. Make sure you get yourself a Myki card that grants you access to buses, trams and trains that can take you around town and beyond. The V/Line train and coach service will connect you with regional Victoria and even interstate. If you are embarking on a coastline trip, you have the above options but why not hire a car or some bicycles and take the scenic route?
Things to do in Victoria
There are a lot of things to do in Victoria, that's why we've picked out some of the most worthwhile for you to check out during your stay. The State has some of the most iconic natural attractions like the rugged splendour of the 12 Apostles which can be found along the scenic Great Ocean Road. The Otway Ranges has some of Australia's best rainforest scenery where you can find giant tree ferns at Maits Rest and glow worms at Melba Gully. Your trip is guaranteed to be full of unforgettable sights!
Where to eat and drink in Victoria
Eating and drinking through Victoria will keep you indulged with all manner of tantalising cuisines and beverages. In Melbourne, you'll find everything from Mexicana, Spanish, Chinese and Indian restaurants to laneway cafes selling some of the best coffee in the country. Try the High Country Brewery Trail which spans 3 nights, around 470 kilometres and lets you enjoy some award-winning breweries along the way. Swap out the beer for wine and check out the Gippsland Food & Wine Trail or visit any one of Victoria's premier wine regions for some world-renowned winery experiences.
Where to stay in Victoria
Accor has state-wide of accommodation options in Victoria, including the Melbourne, Yarra Valley and Goldfields regions, along the Great Ocean Road and Grampians,Murray Outback and Gippsland so you won't be short of Victoria hotel options.