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From extravagant city penthouses and historic country manors to Alpine hideaways and luxurious spa getaways, there's a hotel to suit your taste and budget in Victoria. Stay in the city and discover all that Melbourne has to offer, or travel further afield and experience the incredible depth and diversity of the state of Victoria.
A unique destination dining experience designed to capture the stunning beauty of the Southern Grampians. The Royal Mail Hotel features sweeping...
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Choose from 42 superb accommodation options, including spa rooms and villas, at this stylish Art Deco inspired hotel complete with onsite mineral spa.
As one of the first Grand Hotels in the colony, Craig's Royal Hotel Ballarat was born from the wealth of the Australian Gold Rush Era. Established in...
Less than three hour's drive from Melbourne, Quality Suites Deep Blue offers Luxurious Warrnambool Accommodation, perfectly positioned on a peninsula...
Quay West Suites Melbourne is Southbank's only 5-star, fully serviced all-suite hotel located just minutes from the city centre and in the heart of...
Chic five star designer boutique hotel. Ideally located in Melbourne city between three stunning parklands. Royal Botanic Gardens, Fawkner Park,...
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Showcasing the work of the most influential and avant-garde fashion designers from the 1980s to today, Modern Love: Fashion visionaries from the FIDM...
Move your feet at Melbourne's annual queer celebration with outdoor parties and city-wide cultural events, and show your pride at the closing march.
Get out the zinc and the novelty hat and join up to 100,000 cricket fans at the MCG for a sporting event that's become an Australian institution.
Join over 100,000 spectators on Geelong's waterfront this Australia Day weekend for five days of yacht racing, live music, fireworks and lots more.
Dive in with 5,000 other swimmers in the world's largest organised swim. Each year thousands of swimmers dive into a sea of history and race the 1. 2...
Get an inside view of the world's favourite secret agent and the iconic cars, fashion and gadgets at Melbourne Museum's blockbuster Bond exhibition.
Light up your January with the first tennis Grand Slam of the year. Be there as the biggest names in the game try to start the season off with a bang.
First held in 1980, St Kilda Festival is one of Australia's oldest and the Southern hemisphere's largest free street festival. A Melbourne tradition,...
There's lots going on at Smith Street's Huxtable and plenty more to come thanks to a chef's hat from The Age Good Food Guide.
Since being crowned best new regional restaurant in the 2013 The Age Good Food Guide a table at Inverleigh's Gladioli will be rare, but so worth it.
Tastefully decorated to create an authentic, old world bodega atmosphere, San Telmo is famous for its imported 2.5-metre parilla (charcoal grill).
Treat yourself to authentic Italian food in the heart of Richmond and get cosy in the award- winning dining room of this converted Victorian hotel.
You're spoiled for choice in Kyneton's Piper Street, but priority goes to the pioneering Annie Smithers, with a menu sourced from their own garden.
Hatted by The Age Good Food Guide, Il Bacaro's the kind of the place that could have opened last week or ten years ago, which it did.
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