Clare Barry heads to a seaside town where real-life is better than fiction.
Robert Upe finds peace but no quiet among the gum trees at this bush retreat.
Sheriden Rhodes is a willing prisoner of the Vue Grand's turret suite.
Kristin Lee uncovers a smorgasbord of opportunities on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Forget the narcotic plants - blue water and barbecues probably do the job.
Attractive historic township with a National Trust listed main street.
Located 280 km west of Melbourne, Koroit is a tiny township which has developed into one of Australia's foremost potato producers.
Large industrial city which is much more attractive and interesting than first impressions.
Geelong, situated on Corio Bay (an arm of Port Phillip Bay), is the state's most sizeable provincial city. In 1993 urban sprawl forced the de facto recognition that Geelong, Geelong West, Newtown, South Barwon, Bellarine and the shire of Corio were effectively a continuous whole and they were amalgamated to form the City of Greater Geelong which, in 1996, had a population of 175 409.
Administrative centre for the Heytesbury Shire which includes the Twelve Apostles
Cobden is located amidst low hills near Curdies River, 208 km south-west of Melbourne and 39 km north of Port Campbell. It is a small and picturesque service town of tall flowering trees and about 1400 people within a prosperous and closely settled dairying district. There is a large butter and powdered milk factory in town although its chief appeal is as the gateway for the Twelve Apostles and the spectacular Great Ocean Road