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Overview

Getting here & around

Getting here

Whether you're travelling interstate or from overseas, Victoria has a multitude of transport options to get you here – by air, bus, train, car or boat. You'll generally arrive directly in the centre of Melbourne, or if you arrive by air you can simply jump on a shuttle bus service into town. Victoria's top attractions are easily accessible from Melbourne.

Getting around

Once you're here, Victoria's network of first-class roads, connecting the state's cities and towns as well as interstate locations, make it easy to reach your destination by car, motorbike or bicycle. Various train and bus companies connect Melbourne with intrastate and interstate destinations, while scheduled flights service regional centres. 

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Getting around

Melbourne & Victoria

Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges

Cruise vine-strung hills, forests, and rolling farmland in the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges.

Phillip Island

It's easy to get to Phillip Island, whether you choose an easy drive from Melbourne, bus or ferry.

Grampians

Look out over rocky crags of the Grampians region, just a three-hour drive away from Melbourne.

The Murray

It's easy to get to the Murray region by car, train, bus, and there are flights to/from Mildura.

Melbourne

Get around Melbourne by train, tram, bus, bike or taxi, or head across Port Phillip Bay in a ferry.

Mornington Peninsula

The peninsula's only an hour from Melbourne by car and within easy reach by ferry, train or bus.

Goldfields

The Goldfields region is within easy reach of Melbourne by road or train. Here's how.

Daylesford & the Macedon Ranges

Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges is close to Melbourne and easy to reach by car, train or bus.

High Country

The High Country region is easily accessible from both Melbourne and Sydney on the Hume Highway.

Gippsland

Make your way to Gippsland by car, train or bus. By car, take the Monash Freeway and follow the M1.

Great Ocean Road

Drive, fly or catch a train to the Great Ocean Road region with many travel options available.

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