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In Victoria's beaches, rivers, lakes and year-round public pools there's always a place to cool off.
Discover Victoria's wilderness on a canoe or kayaking trip through rivers, lakes and waterways.
Sail around the bay, cruise the Yarra River, or wind your way down the Murray River in a houseboat.
Ride the crystal clear waves that roll in along Victoria's famous and tempestuous coastline.
Swim through spectacular caves, soft corals and shipwrecks teeming with fish life and seahorses.
With stunning beaches, rivers and lakes as well as year-round public pools there's always somewhere to cool off and relax by the water in Victoria.
Explore Victoria's rivers, lakes and waterways from a canoe or kayak and discover 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.
Throw on your wetsuit and ride the crystal clear waves as they roll in from the Southern Ocean along Victoria's famous and tempestuous coastline.
From spectacular caves, soft corals and shipwrecks to shore diving and snorkelling sites, Victoria has undersea adventures to suit a range of divers.
This remote coastal park protects 55 kilometre of ocean beach. Inland, the park encompasses high coastal cliffs, huge rolling sand dunes and...
Catch a wave against the backdrop of ancient pink granite at Cape Woolamai, one of Victoria's most popular surfing beaches and bird-spotting mecca.
One of Gippsland's highlights, Ninety Mile Beach is one of the longest and most beautiful stretches of sand in the world offering a wealth of activities.
Take 86 steps down to the beach below to be dwarfed by the 70-metre high cliff line. Walk along the beach to the enormous offshore rock stacks.
Check out the waves at Bells Beach, one of Australia's famous surfing beaches and home to the Rip Curl Pro held every Easter.
Take a wander along the famous white sand of Squeaky Beach and have a dip in the turquoise waters of one of Wilsons Promontory's most iconic beaches.
Visit Anderson Inlet, a protected bay where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait. Swim with the kids, cast a line or take a short walk to surf beaches.
Dive into the art deco swimming enclosure, take a scenic stroll along the boardwalk, or hit the kids' pool in Geelong's spectacular summer playground.
Grab your board or walking shoes and hit this popular surf beach, suitable for both learner and advanced surfers, and perfect for a refreshing stroll.
Uncover history in every corner of this charming fishing village at the end of the Great Ocean Road.
Catch fish from the jetty or picnic by the bridge at Phillips Island's picturesque seaside village.
Get arty in cosmopolitan Mornington, with its sidewalk cafes, colourful bathing boxes and galleries.
Base yourself in Apollo Bay at the foothills of the Otways to explore the Great Ocean Road region.
Explore vibrant Geelong, the gateway to the stunning Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road.
Dose up on surf culture at Torquay, home to Bells Beach and birthplace of Rip Curl and Quicksilver.
Hit the beach in Inverloch, a popular seaside town on the spectacular Gippsland coastline.
See how the other half live at Portsea's million dollar mansions, or hit the beach for great diving.
Breathe the world's cleanest air in Cape Schanck and escape for a retreat around tranquil Flinders.
Discover the local history in Portarlington and admire sweeping views overlooking Port Phillip Bay.
Foster lies where South Gippsland's rolling hills meet the entry to Wilsons Promontory.
Feel a distinct seaside holiday vibe and celebrate a relaxed life by the water in bustling Cowes.
Discover isolated beaches, limestone cliffs rising out of a broad river and peaceful bushland on the spectacular 250-kilometre Great South West Walk.
Spoil yourself with views of surf, sand, tidal rock pools and coastal scrub from cliff top tracks on the hike from Cape Schanck to London Bridge.
A section of the Wilderness Coast Walk with wide open beaches and small coves with rocky headlands, river estuaries and coastal heathlands.
Journey from Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles along the Great Ocean Walk, weaving through national parks, deserted beaches and rugged coastal scenery.
Wander through inspiring seaside landscapes interspersed with coastal villages on the world-class 44-kilometre multi-use Surf Coast Walk trail.
Set up camp and spend time walking around Wilsons Promontory National Park on the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland.
Descend over 350 steps to Wreck Beach on a difficult but rewarding walk that takes you to the anchors of the shipwrecks Marie Gabrielle and the Fiji.
Strap on your walking shoes and wind your way along Phillip Island's most southerly point that culminates in a superb panorama of the island.
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.
The sixth annual Great Australian Beer Festival returns to the Geelong Racecourse. Over 200 Australian and International beers and ciders, along with...
Barefoot Cinema - more than just a movie. Barefoot Cinema is a unique outdoor cinema held over summer in three amazing locations in Victoria. Point...
Now in its twelfth year, the Portarlington Mussel Festival is a great day out for the entire family. Set in the delightful village of Portarlington...
Hooked On Portland will offer plenty of activities for everyone including fishing competitions, kids activities, cooking demonstrations, markets,...
The Port Fairy Jazz Festival is a not for profit festival and organisation run entirely by volunteers, promoting all genres of jazz music in the...
From water to waiter, beachside and lakeside restaurants and eateries serve up the freshest seafood from Victoria's surf, bays, rivers and lakes.
Find the best beaches with safe shallows for frolicking, suitable sand for castles, rock pools for rambling and foreshores for picnics and play.
Set out on a rockpool ramble and while away hours discovering secret mini marine worlds at low tide along Victoria's coastline at any time of year.
A view to a thrill: bedside or balcony, sleep over on your next wander around Victoria to wake up to spectacular coastal, mountain and valley views.