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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Victoria hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your Victoria trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.
Wander through Melbourne’s cobblestoned lanes and hidden coffee haunts, take the Great Ocean Road, relive gold rush history and immerse yourself in the forests of the Dandenong Ranges. Stylish Victoria is a food lover’s delight and a cyclist’s dream, with gourmet dining and countryside trails.
Victoria’s capital, Melbourne, is a tangled funhouse of heritage arcades, creative street art, galleries and museums. Discover the latest Australian indie bands playing live, catch cutting-edge theater and visit the jail which once held bushranger Ned Kelly.
South of Melbourne is picturesque Mornington Peninsula. Hike coastal trails in national parkland, dive shipwrecks and swim with seals and dolphins. Meet Phillip Island’s penguin population or visit the Koala Conservation Area. The scenic drive along the Great Ocean Road features picturesque coastal towns and limestone sea stacks known as the Twelve Apostles.
Tour the famous Yarra Valley winegrowing region and visit Alowyn Gardens. Fish on the Buxton Trout and Salmon Farm and cycle the Warburton Rail Trail. On the historic steam train ride through the Dandenong Ranges you’ll discover artistic communities and rainforest trails.
Relax in Daylesford with an indulgent massage and mineral spa overlooking Lake Daylesford. Hike the Macedon Ranges before an afternoon of cellar-door wine tastings.
Take a paddle steamer down the Murray River or rent a kayak to visit secluded beaches. Have Devonshire tea in the Pioneer Settlement on the Marraboor River.
Bushwalk or go rock-climbing in the granite-strewn Grampians. The Brambuk Cultural Centre provides information about indigenous history, skills and bush food. Cycle between historic Goldfields towns or get a feel for the 19th-century gold rush at the replica gold-mining town of Sovereign Hill.
During winter, Victoria’s snowfields at Mt. Hotham, Mt. Buller, Falls Creek and surroundings provide snow sports and alpine retreats. Discover myrtle beech and snow gum forests of Gippsland on a 3-day walk from Mt. Baw Baw to Walhalla. Tour the High Country on the Great Alpine Road through the Victorian Alps or cycle the Muscat Trail.
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A: Start working on that itinerary. There's a strong possibility you'll arrive at one of these international terminals in Victoria:
A: Some of the most commonly booked places to stay in Victoria include private holiday homes, motels and hotels. You might also like to consider one of the apartments. You'll find all of these types of properties when you book with Expedia.
A: It all comes down to what kind of holiday in Victoria you want to have. Opt for a hotel and flight, or car, flight and hotel, or car and hotel — or any one of these individually. If you like, you can also throw in some attractions and experiences.
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A: Starting your adventure in Melbourne? You'll find that many tourists enjoy going to Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex, Melbourne Cricket Ground and St Kilda Beach.
If Geelong is your next port of call, you'll also want to discover Deakin University, Westfield Geelong and Geelong Performing Arts Centre.
Or, if you're only heading to Bendigo, you still won't be short on options. Bendigo Art Gallery, Rosalind Park and Central Deborah Gold Mine are just the start.
Good location, handy having the restaurant and bar downstairs, and very reasonably priced. Clean room, and comfy bed. We were staying for 4 nights, the rooms were not serviced. No extra toilet paper in the bathroom, and no extra garbage bags for kitchen and bathroom. These are little things but can ...
Nice and clean Good walking distance to city and restaurant Onsite parking reasonable price per day
Very clean and tidy accomondation and very friendly and helpful staff. Excellent location in the heart of Melbourne
Quite comfortable, very spacious and great location. Oven didn’t work very well and had to ask for amenities but overall great stay
Good position & location - have stayed before but on higher levels not in ground floor Our only slight disappointment - no coffee available from coffee cart in morn (after checking what time u could get a cuppa - 7am!!!) because somebody forgot to Have it turned on !!!!!! We had to go elsewhere ...
This was one of the best Melbourne city stays I've had. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Room was clean and excellent value. We had a veiw of the city which was breathtaking. Highly recommend
It was perfect! The view was amazing, the room was amazing. I loved it. Definitely going to book again in future.