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Find holiday homes of all shapes and sizes to rent across Victoria. Whether you're after a house to accommodate the whole family, a seaside shack to share with friends, or a little bit of luxury for you and someone special, you're bound to find a place that suits your taste and budget.
Find holiday houses in the Great Ocean Road region.
Find holiday houses in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges region.
Find holiday houses in the Mornington Peninsula region.
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Find holiday houses in the Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges region.
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Grab the family and escape to Halls Gap for a midweek getaway in a two bedroom unit at Parkgate Resort, including a family pass to Halls Gap Zoo.
Two nights' accommodation in Deluxe Cabin at Great Ocean Road Tourist Park, with lots of gourmet extras included.
Stay at Yarraby Holiday Park this autumn and enjoy 15% off all accommodation, plus kids stay for free.
Find family activities
Pack up your skis and head to any number of waterskiing hotspots around Victoria, from Lake Eildon in the High Country to the Murray River up north.
From spectacular caves, soft corals and shipwrecks to shore dive and snorkelling sites, Victoria has undersea adventures to suit all divers.
Throw on your wetsuit and ride the crystal clear waves as they roll in from the Southern Ocean along Victoria’s tempestuous coastline.
With stunning beaches, rivers and lakes as well as year-round public pools there's always somewhere to take a dip to cool off, tone up or just relax.
Discover Victoria's rivers, lakes and waterways from a canoe or kayak. Explore remote areas of wilderness not accessible by road or foot.
Experience Victoria on the water. Sail around Port Phillip Bay, cruise along the Yarra River, or wind your way down the Murray River in a houseboat.
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