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Hit the road for a gourmand's journey across the intriguing corners of the state. Let these food trails, created by award-winning food writer Dani Valent, guide you to Victoria’s celebrated and surprising foodie destinations.
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Chapel Street takes in four suburbs over six kilometres. Known for its fashion, it's also an eating and food-shopping strip worth a hungry ramble.
From local single malts to obscure internationals, whisky cocktails and whisky matched with food, Melbourne pours it, shakes it, cooks it, nails it.
Carlton's Italian heart means coffee, pizza, pasta and wine loom large and lovely, along with Thai detours, a cheese fix and restorative bookstore browse.
To walk these Fitzroy and Collingwood eat streets is to see Melbourne in all its edible glory: fun, creative, resourceful, delicious and hospitable.
Get the gist of the city in a short, tasty stroll that takes in the Yarra River, cafe culture, delicious dumplings and restaurant-lined laneways.
This seaside promenade shows off St Kilda's delights – beachfront dining, arty Italian - before heading to cafe-dotted Carlisle Street, Balaclava.
Start at the waterfront, take in cool cafes, unique bars and progressive cuisine in a delicious stroll through Victoria's vibrant second city.
Possibly the tastiest kilometre in Victoria, Piper Street has everything from pubs to pizza to pork pies to produce-focused fine dining.
Easy to navigate and dotted with great spots, the Bellarine is a tasty mix of sea breezes, heritage establishments and contemporary food culture.
There's so much to do on the compact, pretty Mornington Peninsula; this trail takes in produce, drinking and dining with bonus art and architecture.
Perfect for pedalling or perambulation, this trail takes in beer cheer, fine wine, twee tea and buzzy bees in a gorgeous High Country town.
Lush Gippsland grasses mean conditions are ripe for dairy delights; this trail can be done in a day or split into a leisurely two-day trundle.
Victorian countryside and inner-city breweries prove that there's a lot more to Aussie beer with a burgeoning hand-craft and artisan beer scene.
Opening cellar doors faster than you can say "move over Magners", Victoria's boutique cideries are producing an outstanding range of craft ciders.
Visit an Aussie country pub in regional Victorian and you'll discover the heart of the town, hear a tall tale and have an unforgettable feed.
Make getting out of bed worthwhile: rise and shine with connoisseur coffee and mouthwatering meals at Melbourne's favourite breakfast spots.
Take an unexpected turn, duck into one of Melbourne's famed laneways, scamper up some stairs and take a tipple in a bar with a distinct personality.
Regional Victoria is full of beans. Find local roasts and speciality blends in brews and bags at cafes and roasteries in places flung near and far.
Enjoy innovative cuisines as you discover Melbourne's best dining experiences at restaurants celebrated by critics and locals alike.
Build an enviable wine cellar, stocked exclusively with cool-climate varietals and rich reds sourced from Victoria's 21 distinct wine regions.
Some of Victoria's best dining is out of town. Hit the road and treat yourself to the top spots on Victoria's exceptional regional culinary landscape.
Take the waters in Victoria's spa country of Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges and experience total relaxation and rejuvenation from a mineral bath.
Travel from mountains to coast to city in no time at all thanks to Victoria's compact size. Follow tourist routes or make it up as you go along.
Taste the best of Victoria's regions at roadside stalls, markets and festivals celebrating the fresh and bountiful local produce and the growers.
Grab your treddly and hit the road, track or trail to make the most of Victoria's thriving bike culture and impressive mix of bike-friendly terrain.