We may have had to ditch our overseas travel plans this year but here's how you can recreate your dream travel at home.
The regional communities and isolated attractions that you might have heard of, but have probably never visited.
To mark the resumption of travel, seven tourism experts and travel lovers name their seven most inspiring wonders of tourism in Victoria.
Restrictions on movement remain, but with the chance to travel short distances for fresh air and exercise, here are six options close to Melbourne.
With domestic tourism hopefully close at hand, Michael Gebicki suggests planning ahead for a serene trip to the historic gold rush towns.
It serves regional, seasonal and Indigenous bush foods, and gets young Indigenous people from the Northern Territory workplace ready.
Melbourne's melting pot of cultures come alive in a foodie walking tour.
It may be home to the nation's capital of 'cool', but there is more to beautiful Victoria than inner-city cafes and live music. Head to the High Country for wine tasting; get indulgent in Daylesford with a luxury boutique stay; take a rejuvenating dip in the Murray River; or tap into Victoria's history at the Goldfields. Where ever you head, Victoria is a boundless playground to explore.