Jane Reddy finds everything she needs for overnight respite from the road.
Against a mountain backdrop, Jill Innamorati-Varley discovers grand old towns and fine dining.
On the roadside, a few kilometres past Natimuk, about 90 kilometres before the South Australian border, I stumble across the most beautiful artwork I have seen.
Aradale has opened its doors to the public. Sandy Guy takes a tour of the former asylum built in 1863.
Susan Gough Henly checks in and gets comfortable at some of the best boutique hotels in country Victoria.
Paul Daffey buckles up for a grand road tour of his home state.
Small rural service centre.
Goroke is a small pastoral and agricultural centre of some 200 people located 366 km north-west of Melbourne and 67 km west of Horsham.
Kaniva (including Miram)
Small service centre which promotes itself as 'Victoria's Premier Smaller Town'.
Kaniva announces itself as 'Victoria's Premier Smaller Town'. Small is correct. It is a wool-and-wheat service town of some 900 people located 18 km from the South Australian border, 414 km north-west of Melbourne and 80 km west of Dimboola on the Western Highway between Melbourne and Adelaide. The town also has a cement works. The main street is divided by a large central plantation and lined with old buildings and verandah-fronted pubs.