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Nature & the outdoors

Wander Victoria

Choose your own adventure in Victoria's natural wonderland and discover a place where you can fill up, slow down, uncoil and recharge.

When was the last time you slowed down, pulled over and kicked up crunchy autumn leaves, tossed snowballs or gathered bunches of wildflowers with child-like abandon? Give it a go and watch your worries slip away and your brow unfurrow.

Switch your streaming service for splashing in streams, your wifi for wildlife. There's nothing like the great outdoors for sheer entertainment. Just try not to giggle as Phillip Island's little penguins waddle up the beach at dusk, when you spy a kangaroo joey peeking out of its mothers pouch, or when a rainforest is lit up by thousands of fireflies.

It's unbecoming to brag, but you can be forgiven when you've got the 12 Apostles, Wilsons Prom and the Grampians on your doorstep. Victoria has beaches, mountains, endless lakes and pink lakes, waterfalls, rainforests, wildlife parks and wildlife in nature. Not for a strictly limited season, but forever. For free. For you.

So arm yourself with your sense of wonder and go for a wander. What you'll find will blow your mind.

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Wilsons Promontory

Wilsons Promontory National Park sits at the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland.

Grampians National Park

Discover grand mountain ranges, spectacular wildflowers, and a wealth of Aboriginal rock art sites.

Phillip Island Nature Parks

See little penguins every day of the year, peek into burrows, and spot other Australian animals.

Sunset spots

Find a view with a hue and be the envy of all of your Insta-friends at Victoria's top sunset spots.

Wildlife and zoos

Meet the wildlife that make their homes in Victoria's waters, zoos and national parks and reserves.

Wildlife encounters

Meet pods and plumps and scoops and paddles of our favourite wildlife at sanctuaries and in the wild.

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Camping

Pitch a tent and sleep under the stars in serviced campsites, or rough it in secluded spots.

Fishing

Cast a line on bays, beaches and inlets, head out to sea or fly-fish for trout in a mountain stream.

Cycling

Join the growing community of cyclists discovering unique two-wheeled perspectives of Victoria.

Surfing and windsurfing

Ride the crystal clear waves that roll in along Victoria's famous and tempestuous coastline.

Golf

Play some of Australia's best golf courses at Victoria's sandbelt, links-style and resort courses.

Walking and hiking

Pack a picnic, map and camera and discover Victoria on walking trails in scenic parks and reserves.

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Golf

Port Fairy Golf Club

Port Fairy Golf Club is less than five minutes from the centre of charming, historic Port Fairy, which lies 290 kilometres west of Melbourne along...

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6 awesome Peninsula adventures

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Museums

Volcanoes Discovery Centre

Visit the Volcanoes Discovery Centre in Penshurst at the foot of the dormant Mt Rouse volcano, and be transported back thousands of years to when...

Lakes & waterways

Lake Nagambie

Take in expansive views across the water at Jacobsons Lookout, enjoy a picnic on the grassy banks, or stroll across the historic Goulburn Weir.

National parks & reserves

Point Nepean National Park

Journey to the tip of the Mornington Peninsula to Point Nepean National Park and explore its rugged coastline, natural beauty and military history.

Cycling

East Gippsland Rail Trail

Experience the diversity of East Gippsland as this trail weaves through farmland, forests, creeks, rivers and flood plains towards the Snowy River.

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