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Holidays To Victoria & Melbourne

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The fabulous state of Victoria is yours to explore with cheap holidays to Victoria & Melbourne from Travel Center. Discover the astounding aborigine rock art that narrate exotic stories in the beautiful surroundings of the Grampians, be one with nature in the verdant Murray River region or observe the fascinating penguins and beach allures of Phillip Island. The epi centre of Victoria is of course Melbourne and all-inclusive holidays to Victoria & Melbourne offer you the best accommodation and cheap flights. Enjoy hassle free booking and scoring comfortable well-placed accommodation at our partner hotels; while the best air fares to Melbourne are readily available with our partner airlines. Victoria is well known for its spa history and gastronomical designs; indulge and relax looking forward to exemplary dining at Melbourne’s finest restaurants. Tour Sovereign Hill and relish the old mining town atmosphere there, scour the Melbourne CBD and discover world famous ‘Graffiti Alleys’ or take the free City Circle tram service around the city centre. Book holidays to Victoria & Melbourne and discover the charming beauty of Geelong’s seaside villages, head down Great Ocean Road to see the silent apostles and enjoy shopping at designer venues.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +10:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Royal Brunei Airlines


English, Greek, Italian, Mtoarin, Vietnamese, Cantonese

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March to May, September to November

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Commercially, culturally and historically important Ballarat is Victoria’s largest inland city. Central to the Gold rush era the city is resplendent with beautiful historical buildings and flowering plants all around. Take a heritage walk, visit the botanic gardens, and enjoy the banks of Lake Wendouree.

Sovereign Hill

Living museum Sovereign Hill re-creates the gold rush towns of 1851. Day or night the façade continues. Wander ‘Main Street’ mingle with period folk (actors in costume); ride the horse drawn coach across the ancient town, explore the underground mine, pan for gold and enjoy this award winning exhibit.


Splendorous European architecture and classic Australian vibes greet you in the provincial town of Bendigo. Enjoy tree-lined avenues, historic churches and fabulous art galleries. Bendigo Pottery is the country’s oldest pottery and make for excellent souvenirs. Ride a vintage Bendigo tram.

Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road offers the ultimate road-trip. Running along 300kms of coastal road from Torquay to Portland; the drive is along sheer cliffs that descend to rolling surfs while the countryside is dotted with charming historical little villages. Bells Beach, Torquay is famous for Rip Curl surf competitions.

Port Campbell National Park

Extremely popular amongst tourists the ocean park consists of off-land limestone columns and roaring seas. Central are the ’12 Apostles’ columns rising from the sea. Sightsee Lord Ard Gorge, the natural archway named ‘London Bridge’ and The Grotto a natural cave.

Federation Square

Sitting right within the Melbourne CBD Federation Square was established in 2002 in commemoration of 100 years of alliance. Ideal start point for sightseeing the square comprises of Victorian buildings and hosts over 2,000 events a year. Ian Potter Gallery there is devoted to Australian Art.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Spanning to southern end of Yarra River this top attraction is rated one of the best. The gardens established in 1846 comprises 40,000 hectares home to over 50,000 plant species; welcoming 1.5 million visitors annually. Aboriginal Heritage Walk and Ian Potter Foundation Children’s-Garden are popular exhibits.

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Dating back to 1853 the MCG can accommodate over 100,000 spectators. Definitely one of the world’s greatest stadiums it served as venue for 1956 Olympics, 2006 Commonwealth Games, is the birthplace of Test Cricket and base of Australian Rules football. Take the tour and enjoy the history.

Southbank and Arts Centre Melbourne

Culturally rich this fabulous area is a walk from Flinders Street Station. Enjoy the promenade home to live entertainment, restaurants and lovely outdoor cafes. Browse the Sunday arts and craft markets while the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra performs there regularly.

Eureka Tower

The 91 story high tower was erected in commemoration of the Eureka Stockade and revolution of the Victorian goldfield prospectors. ‘Skydeck’ located on the 88th floor is the souths tallest viewing platform with markings pointing to main attractions in Melbourne. Head out to the ‘Edge’ a glass box that juts out of the building for some thrills.