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The state of Victoria is home to the bustling Melbourne, as well as a magnificent coastline and lush forests. From the culinary and cultural amenities of the city to the wonders of nature, visitors find a variety of delights. For your stay in Victoria, we recommend the following hotels:

Destination Highlights

Most trips to Victoria begin in the capital city of Melbourne, which is known for its museums and galleries. The domed Flinders Street railway station, built in 1909, is an example of Melbourne’s interesting architecture. Popular activities include strolling through the Royal Botanic Gardens, which showcase the region’s colorful flora; and cruising or kayaking down the Yarra River, which leads to wineries and breweries.

The scenic Great Ocean Road is a 243km drive along the coast, from Torquay to Allansford. The Twelve Apostles, several piles of limestone just off the shore, is part of Port Campbell National Park. Phillip Island features Summerland Beach, the site of Seal Rocks and a daily “penguin parade.” Grampians National Park offers mountain ridges for climbers and forest trails for hikers. Another place to enjoy the outdoors is Loch and Gorge, a nature park on the coast with trails and viewing platforms. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel The Grampians Motel and The Views Bar & Restaurant.

Travel Trips

Melbourne, as Australia’s second-largest city, is served by multiple airlines. International and domestic flights arrive regularly. Other ways to get there are by car, train, bus and boat. A shuttle bus takes visitors from the airport into the city centre, where they can rent a car, motorbike or bicycle. Melbourne also has public buses and a modern rail system.

If you want to stay near to Melbourne Airport you have many options, for example:

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Victoria’s climate varies from hot and dry in the northwest to cool and wetter on the shoreline. The coldest places are in the high country of the Great Dividing Range. In Melbourne, temperatures can top 32C during the summer and drop below 15C in winter. A day of visiting the area typically costs about AU$160. Meal expenes total about AU$34, and the average two-person hotel room rents for AU$186.

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