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Pack up the kids and set out on a road trip around Victoria during the school holidays. Hit the south coast in summer time, get some sun during the cooler months on a drive along the mighty Murray River, or try some adventure camping in the great Victorian bush.
Make use of the improved road network and statewide tourist signage, allowing you to confidently find your way around Victoria. There are hundreds of tourist parks throughout the state. They feature comprehensive facilities and most also offer cabin-style accommodation, ranging from basic onsite vans to luxurious chalets.
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From $30 - $175
Toora Tourist Park is a caravan, cabin and camping park located in the small historic town of Toora just two hours drive south east of Melbourne. The...
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Geelong Riverview Tourist Park BIG4 - Aspen Parks is located less than five minutes drive from the centre of Geelong and fifteen minutes from World...
From $110 - $305
BIG4 Yarrawonga Mulwala Lakeside Holiday Park is located in the beautiful VIC/NSW border towns of Yarrawonga and Mulwala. Directly opposite the Lake...
From $30 - $110
Lakes Bushland Caravan Park is a pet friendly caravan park featuring fully equipped ensuite cabins, caravan and camp sites in serene and picturesque...
From $35 - $1,000
Marysville Caravan and Holiday Park is in the centre of Marysville, within walking distance to all your needs. Beautiful gentle river running through...
From $37 - $259
BIG4 Frankston Holiday Park is your family's ideal destination in any season offering a great selection from Camping and Caravan Sites to large...
From $105 - $170
Riverview Family Caravan Park is ideally located in Ocean Grove, on the sand spit between the ocean and the river. Our accommodation includes a brand...
Bonnie Doon Caravan Park is a small town situated in Northeast Victoria on Lake Eildon close to the High Country. This lake is ideal for all boating...
Boomerang Way Tourist Park is a peaceful shady 12 acre park with abundant birdlife, situated 500 metres North of shopping centre and the mighty...
From $140 - $325
Best Friend Holiday Retreat is tourist holiday accommodation that is totally dog friendly. Best Friend Holiday Retreat is on 10 acres in Tarra...
From $95 - $350
BIG4 Hopkins River Holiday Park is located on the banks of the beautiful Hopkins River off the Great Ocean Road and just ten minutes from...
From $130 - $320
Welcome to BIG4 Swan Hill, a privately owned family focused park situated on over ten acres of landscaped grounds and only one kilometre from the...
From $30 - $219
Warrnambool Holiday Park and Motel is Warrnambool's only centrally located holiday park with a brand new Jumping Pillow. An ideal family park,...
From $90 - $170
Centrally located and offering a swimming pool, two tennis courts and a games room with a large flat screen television. The park has lovely shaded...
From $22 - $85
Kerang's best kept secret, Ibis Caravan Park, welcomes you with their large grassy Caravan park. The park features shady sites, a pool, free...
From $25 - $199
Cohuna Waterfront Holiday Park is situated on the banks of the Gunbower Creek, home to the Australian barefoot ski championships. The holiday park...
From $95 - $470
Numurkah Caravan Park is a beautiful park right on the banks of the Broken Creek. A five minute walk to the shops, pubs, swimming pools, gym, golf...
From $29 - $250
Best described as a truly hidden oasis, Wakiti Creek Resort is a picturesque, secluded holiday park surrounded by acres of beautiful natural bush...
Central City Caravan Park is Bendigo's closest caravan park, only two and a half kilometres from the centre of Bendigo town, conveniently close to...
From $118 - $274
BIG4 Traralgon Park Lane Holiday Park offers all you need for the perfect stay. From luxury chateaus to budget cabins, along with powered sites there...
V8 Supercars return to Phillip Island in November. Witness motor sport at its best with return airfares to Melbourne with Virgin Australia, two nights' accommodation and a three day Trackside Pass.
Discover Victoria's national parks
Touch and feel your way through local history; give Phar Lap a nod, explore a rainforest, rest in a rollercoaster car, and discover Koori heritage.
Journey to the stars and beyond at the Melbourne Planetarium, travel through space and time, and have a hair-raising encounter with lighting volts.
Get up close with more than 250 species as you explore rainforests, bushland and underwater worlds. Don't miss the zookeeper talks and feeding times!
Watch for waking koalas and peek at a joey in a kangaroo's pouch, meet keepers or observe vets in the animal hospital, all in an Aussie bush setting.
Take a 30-minute ride on Melbourne's newest star attraction for extraordinary views and a unique bird's-eye perspective of the city and surrounds.
Strike it rich with a day out in 1850s Ballarat and pan for gold, ride in a horse-drawn carriage and relive the Eureka Rebellion with sound and light.
Grab your treddly and hit the road, track or trail to make the most of Victoria's thriving bike culture and dizzying mix of bike-friendly terrain.
Find out about skiing and snowboarding at Victoria's alpine resorts, their proximity to Melbourne, on-mountain accommodation and annual activities.
Head off the highways to tackle spectacular scenery and some of Australia's best four-wheel drive country, including rocky outcrops and sand dunes.
Tee off on Victoria's outstanding sand-belt, links-style and resort courses, following the swings of some of the world's biggest names in golf.
Fish Victoria and cast a line on the bay, a lonely beach, river or inlet, head out to sea or fly-fish for trout in a mountain stream or alpine lake.
Experience Victoria from the saddle and explore windswept beaches, snow-capped alps, rolling hills and eucalypt forests from a different perspective.
Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock stacks that rise up from the Southern Ocean on Victoria's dramatic coastline.
Experience the largest inland network of waterways in Australia, the Gippsland Lakes. Go on board a cruiser or enjoy a range of water-based activities.
Wilsons Promontory National Park sits at the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland, offering visitors stunning scenery and wildlife.
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