Accommodation in Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley, located just half an hour’s drive east of Melbourne. The Yarra Valley is the most important wine region of Victoria, which is well sheltered in the lee of the green Dandenong Ranges. The wine region is located on slopes between 50 and 400 meters above sea level and is bordered by the towns of Gembrook , Kinglake , Wantirna and Mount Gregory.

More information about Victoria

Shopping Melbourne1. Shopping

Shop until you drop in Melbourne. There is a diverse range of shopping options from department stores, to boutique designer shops. Find Out More >

Melbourne Cup2. Melbourne Cup

The Melbourne cup is the biggest horse race in Australia. Everyone throughout Australia puts their work aside that day to watch. Find Out More

Twelve Apostles3. Drive Great Ocean Road

The drive along the west coast of Victoria is one of the unique must do experiences in Australia. Not without reason, the Great Ocean Road is described as one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world.Find Out More >

Melbourne, VIC 4. Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne is the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere. There are more than 1000 stalls – you can find everything from fruit and vegetables to cheese, meat, clothing jewelry and crafts. Find Out More >

De Bortoli Yarra Valley Estate, VIC 5. Visit a Vineyard

Cycle through the countryside around the Yarra Valley and stop in at the many different vine yards for lunch or wine tasting Find Out More >

Penguins Victoria6. Philip Island Penguins
Two hours’ drive from Melbourne you will find Philip Island (it is connected to the mainland with a bridge). The islands biggest attraction is the Penguin Parade. At sunset the little penguins walk up from the sea to their nests. Find Out More >

Zoo7. Weeibee Open Range Zoo

Get a taste of Africa just 30 minutes from Melbournes city center. Here you will find an amazing array of animals living on 225 hectares of wide open plains. Find Out More >

Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road8. 12 Apostles

Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock stacks that rise up majestically from the Southern Ocean on Victoria’s dramatic coastline. Find Out More >

eureka79. Eureka Skydeck 88

Take in the amazing sites of Melbourne and beyond from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere.  Find Out More >

Melbourne, VIC10. Wine & Dine

Melbourne has built a strong reputation as the food and wine capital of Australia. There is a wide range of great eateries from inner city pubs and cafes to fine dining at country hotels, scenic wineries and rustic breweries.  Find Out More >

Melbourne has a fantastic public transport system consisting of bus, tram and trains so getting around the city itself is no problem.

Getting around Victoria by car or motorhome is a straightforward and practical way of seeing the state. Distances between towns tends not to be as great as in other states. The roads themselves are fantastic and there is hardly any towns you would need to go via dirt or gravel roads. The rail or bus network is a good alternative to explore the state.