With glorious glamping, cosy bush breaks and lavish inner-city stays, there's something for everyone as Victoria begins to blossom once more.
No-one appreciates glamping more than the life-long camper.
Bendigo, it seems, is big enough to have a spread of good eating and attractions, but still small enough to offer old-fashioned country hospitality.
Below this Australian town the Central Deborah mine's bewildering network of tunnels goes down 411 metres. And other mines here are three times as deep.
National Gallery of Victoria's Director, Tony Ellwood shares his favourite getaway spot.
Want to experience White Night with out the hordes of people at the Melbourne event? You can here.
Central Victoria's Goldfields is Ron Barassi's home turf and after a recent holiday in the region he reveals why.
Lee Atkinson samples some of the egg-cellent delights around this historic region.