South-western Victoria is home to the third-largest volcanic plains in the world, with over 400 dormant volcanoes.
Victoria’s Grampians National Park is a place of dramatic peaks, panoramic views and ancient landscapes
Nestled into the continent’s south-east, Victoria’s Gippsland offers a wild frontier, harbouring rich histories and varied landscapes, from the snow-frosted Australian Alps to the rugged and remote coast.
The Australian Geographic Adventure girls and one lucky male head south to walk the talk.
In a decade-long project, a boat builder has reconstructed a 15th century likeness of the Mahogany Ship, in Victoria.
Along Victoria’s Great Ocean coastline is a vast array of wildlife to match the spectacular scenery.
The Murray River region surprises with its abundance of outdoor activities and birdwatching.
Gippsland, in south-east Victoria, is home to the stunning Wilderness Coast Walk in the Croajingalong National Park.
Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road has been given additional protection from development.
A beloved Victorian mountain lodge, and Australia’s first ski resort, is celebrating its 100th birthday.