While much of rural Australia struggles through drought, silo art is making a big difference in Victoria's Wimmera region.
Those who claim it's the most boring trip on earth are only partly right.
There's always a new hip neighbourhood, new places to eat and new things to do - no wonder everybody's moving to Melbourne.
The captivating scenery of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula offers a variety of Insta-worthy sights.
On this century-old French-provincial style winery, you can sleep in this unique Australian architectural landmark.
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.
This north-east Victorian wine region is brimming with excellent produce and creative chefs.
There are plenty of upsides to this upside-down river.
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.