Australian Geographic Adventure
Victoria will not disappoint those with a focus on outdoor fun. Whether it is riding or hiking its spectacular alpine region, walking the epic coastline west of Melbourne, or exploring one of Australia’s most iconic coastal national parks, there is loads of adventure on tap. Here are three escapes to start planning now so you’re ready to roll once restrictions are eased!
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.