It was once a pub but this hotel now offers great accommodation and food to enjoy with the mountain views.
More than a scenic drive, the Great Ocean Road leads you to chocolate, fish and chips, craft beer and more.
With glorious glamping, cosy bush breaks and lavish inner-city stays, there's something for everyone as Victoria begins to blossom once more.
Just three hours from Melbourne, this delightful town is far from the full car parks and bad coffee of Victoria's Great Ocean Road.
There is a bright future for Australian wildlife at a new attraction.
The RACV's Victorian resorts are now setting the standard for comfortable beachside escapes.
You don't need to spend too much time here to be wholly impressed by its quality and setting.
There's the 12 Apostles, of course, but also wildlife, whisky, ice-cream, bric-a-brac, gorgeous stays, charming hosts, history, wine ... and pizza.
Arguably our most internationally famous drive, this 240 kilometre-long road tracing Victoria's wild south coast is one of Australia's most popular touring routes.