- Melton »
- Metung »
- Mildura »
Mildura is located on the Murray River in the North West corner of Victoria. It is one of Australia's fastest growing inland centres.
- Mirboo North »
- Mitta Mitta »
A small rural township, established 1864, on the Scenic Omeo Highway, Victoria
- Moe »
Moe hosts a fine horse racing track for gallops. It is also now the southern entrance to the Baw Baw National Park...
- Monbulk »
- Mont Albert »
- Mornington »
Mornington lies ideally situated now, only 55 minutes from Melbourne via the new East Link freeway and either Monah or Eastern Freeway entrances, and only 30 minutes from the general eastern suburbs of Melbourne...
- Mortlake »
Mortlake is a good midway stopping point when travelling Melbourne to Portland via the quiet way along the Hamilton and Hopkins Highways...
- Morwell »
- Mount Beauty »
- Mount Buller »
A popular ski destination in Victoria
- Mount Dandenong »
- Mount Macedon »
- Mount Waverley »
- Murtoa »
- Myrtleford »
- Nagambie »
Nagambie is situated on the Goulburn Valley Highway midway between Seymour and Shepparton, and boasts the magnificent Nagambie Lake in the middle of town.
- Nelson »
Located a couple of Kms from the South Australian border on the mouth of the Glenelg River. A township of approx 350 popular for holiday makers and fishing...
- Nhill »
- Nunawading »
- Olinda »
44 kilometres east of Melbourne.
One of the highest of the Dandenong Range's villages and noted for its scenic beauty
- Omeo »
- Orbost »
- Oxley Flats »
- Peterborough »
The foreshore area of Peterborough provides a mixture of shallow but fearsome boating entry to the Curdies Inlet through notoriously dangerous hidden crags and rock outcrops that lay both close and out to sea, many hidden by the changing tide...
- Accommodation in Phillip Island »
- Pomonal »
- Porepunkah »
- Port Campbell »
Port Campbell has a somewhat unique way of launching fishing boats from its Jetty. Fishermen back their truck/boat trailers down onto the jetty, and then winch their boats down into the water...
- Port Fairy »
Port Fairy, sitting on the Moyne River which empties to the sea alongside the small Griffith Island, is one of Victoria's oldest coastal settlements, with some great Pub History...
- Portland »
Portland is known as Victoria's birthplace based on it being the first permanent white settlement in 1834, one year prior to Melbourne...
- Queenscliff »
Stroll to the beach or sample the restaurants. Located near Geelong and 1.5 hours from Melbourne.
- Rawson »
Rawson Village is the gateway to the Walhalla & Mountain Rivers Region.
- Red Cliffs »
A town of 2700 people in Victoria's Mallee region.
The name comes from the colouras of the 70-metre cliffs to the east of Red Cliff.
- Rosedale »
Rosedale features memorabilia and street attractions.
- Rosewhite »
- Rutherglen »
Victorias premier wine region, Australias oldest, and a popular tourism destination. Established in the 1850's
"Sydney may have a nice harbour, but Rutherglen has a Great Port...
- Sale »
- Sandy Point »
Small coastal village on the Gippsland coastline.
- Seville »
Township to the east of Melbourne on the Warburton Highway
- Seymour »
The Mitchell Shire is located less than one hour north of Melbourne in the heart of Victoria.
Seymour, provides a pivotal link along the old Hume Highway, for travelers south to Yea or North to Shepparton via Nagambie...
- Shepparton »
Shepparton is one of the most progressive provincial cities in regional Australia.
- Skenes Creek »
- Somers »
- South Melbourne »
- Springbank »
- St Arnaud »
St Arnaud is a former gold mining town, situated between Avoca and Donald. The district around St Arnaud supports an agricultural industry of sheep grazing, grains and wineries, with forested areas to the south and open Mallee plains to the north...
- Stawell »
Stawell is the home of the richest footrunning carnival in the world - the Stawell Easter Athletic Carnival, featuring the famous Stawell Gift.
- Stratford »
- Swan Hill »
Nestled on the banks of the Murray River, Swan Hill offers visitors a warm climate with an abundance of attractions and activities, both historic and new.
- Tambo Upper »
- Tarnagulla »
Rural township and part of the Victorian Goldfileds
- Tarrington »
Located just outside Hamilton and near world heritage listed Volcano Park.
- Tarwin Lower »
- Tatura »
Tatura is steeped in Dairy Industry Research in particular, related to milk production.
Located SW of Shepparton from the Midland Highway.
- Torrumbarry »
- Traralgon »
Traralgon is the largest of the three main cities that make up the Latrobe Valley.
Whilst Traralgon is quite a large city, it is one of those really nice towns that has a real country atmosphere, yet provides all the facilities you'd ever want - and is only 2 1/2 hours out of suburban Melbourne...
- Trawool »
A river valley village with the Bald Hills panorama in the east and Warrigul Rocks the west.
- Tyabb »
- Tyers »
- Upper Ferntree Gully »
- Upwey »
- Vermont »
- Wahgunyah »
Wahgunyah, Victoria is on the border of NSW with a single lane bridge over the Murray River. The customs house is still standing in pride of position at the start of the main street of the town next to the bridge, and the Old Empire Hotel, the surviving pub of the town...
- Walhalla »
The town is the centre of Walhalla Historic Area and the start of the 650 km Australian Alps Walking Track to the ACT...
- Wandiligong »
- Wangaratta »
The Rural City of Wangaratta lies 235 kilometres north east of Melbourne and 647km south of Sydney. It is the gateway to Victoria's major ski fields.
- Waratah Bay »
- Waratah North »
- Warburton »
Warburton is an ideal stop over point, all year round, be it for exploring the rainforest areas in summer/autumn/spring or taking in some light-weight snow frivolity on Mt Donna Buang in winter...
- Warragul »
A major town, with large shopping facilities, plenty of historical buildings and churches, race course and a great range of local hotels
- Warrandyte »
Warrandyte, situated on the Yarra River, is a regular weekend and public holiday meeting area for those interested in craft, antiques and good food fare.
- Warrnambool »
Located on the shores of beautiful Lady Bay, Warrnambool is the largest city on the Great Ocean Road, offering all the services expected of a vibrant, modern city whilst maintaining the atmosphere of a relaxed country town...
- Wartook »
- Waterholes »
- Werribee »
Wyndham, which takes in Werribee, Point Cook, Hoppers Crossing and Little River, is the gateway to the Great Ocean Road.
- Wodonga »
- Wonthaggi »
- Won Wron »
- Wycheproof »
Victorian country town which can boast a railway line down the main street!!!
- Wye River »
Situated on the Great Ocean Road, between the Beach and Otway range.
- Yanakie »
- Yarra Glen »
TOURIST INTERESTS in the area.
Yarra Valley boasts some of the fine wines and wineries - here's just one example, savouring the local made sparkling wines...
- Yarragon »
The township of Yarragon is full of great craft and food shops spread down the service road beside the Princes Highway, directly opposite the railway line...
- Yarrawonga »
Moira Shire encompasses the major centres of Cobram, Yarrawonga, Numurkah, and Nathalia, as well as numerous smaller towns and communities...
- Yea »
Situated 109 km north-east of Melbourne. Located on the Yea River, an inviting rural township of around 1000 people...