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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 $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...
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From $70 - $120
On the shores of beautiful Beaufort Lake, Beaufort Lake Caravan Park is picturesque and peaceful - wake to the sunrise over the lake. The park has 54...
From $31 - $330
Located along the famous Great Ocean Road, Port Campbell Holiday Park is an ideal base to experience the region's iconic attractions, eat out and...
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 $48 - $94
Burnside Camp is a campsite of the Uniting Church in Australia leased by the Baptist Union of Victoria under the management of the Camp Wilkin...
From $24 - $4,330
Escape to the beautiful bush wonderland at Time Out Holiday Park, five minutes from Tocumwal New South Wales. With two kilometres of private...
Situated on five acres, the Colac Otway Caravan and Cabin Park is your doorstep to day trips to the Great Ocean Road, the Otway's National Park, The...
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...
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 $27 - $200
Mount Beauty Holiday Centre is proudly a family park, run by family for families. The Gardiner Family purchased Mount Beauty Holiday Centre in 1998...
Discover Victoria's national parks
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.
Journey to the stars and beyond at the Melbourne Planetarium, travel through space and time, and have a hair-raising encounter with lighting volts.
Join a wildlife safari, Melbourne style, and spot rhinos, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras and monkeys as they roam freely through the grounds of the zoo.
All aboard for a ride on Australia's oldest steam railway, through thick forests and lush fern gullies, or travel first class for olden-times romance.
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!
Ballarat Wildlife Park is an award winning Park that is owned and operated by Greg Parker and his family. Founded in February 1985 through a passion...
Set sail for a day on Victoria's waterways, explore an underwater shipwreck, swim at a calm Murray River beach, or waterski around Gippsland Lakes.
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.
Head off the highways to tackle spectacular scenery and some of Australia's best four-wheel drive country, including rocky outcrops and sand dunes.
Experience Victoria from the saddle and explore windswept beaches, snow-capped alps, rolling hills and eucalypt forests from a different perspective.
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.
Pitch a tent and set up camp to sleep under canopies of stars in campsites with the comforts of home, or rough it in undiscovered, secluded spots.
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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