Melbourne is the capital and the most populous city within the state of Victoria and is the second most populated within Australia, after Sydney. Melbourne was previously, and unfairly, considered to be very much within the shadow of its Australian counterpart, Sydney. It has, however, in the proceeding years risen out of the de facto capital’s shadow and become a premier tourist destination.

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First stop on this triple centre is Sydney. Spend four nights enjoying this vibrant city with excellent beaches, iconic sites and superb shopping it's hard not to enjoy your time here. Next stop is Adelaide, South Australia. From it's unusual history to it's stunningly beautiful wild yet pristine natural heritage, Adelaide is beloved by all who visit. Last stop is laid back Melbourne. Voted one of the worlds most liveable cities has someth... Show More
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Spend 3 nights in the Harbour City staying at the comfortable Ibis World Square; located in the heart of the city, which means it’s a great hub for exploring Sydney. Take a stroll along the Harbour Bridge or visit the world famous Sydney Opera House before continuing your Australian adventure in Melbourne. Spend 3 nights at the chic Vibe Carlton, just ten minutes from the vibrant city centre of Melbourne, a perfect, modern hotel to stay at whilst... Show More
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Begin your trip in Melbourne, Australia’s cultural and sporting capital. With four nights you'll have plenty of time to visit the major attractions such as Federation Square, the Arts Centre and the National Theatre, but not forgetting a day trip along the spectacular Great Ocean Road. Next is Sydney, where you can experience some of Australia's most iconic sites. With it's vibrant nightlife, excellent shopping and selection of beautiful beach... Show More
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Victoria & Melbourne Highlights

Melbourne is the most populous city in the southern state of Victoria. A multi-cultural centre as well as a fantastic laid-back atmosphere and various cultural attractions, Melbourne is simply a stunning place to visit.

Excellent museums, unique architecture which blends the old with the new and an amazing ambience throughout the city, Melbourne has the added speciality of being an intimate destination while having the benefits of a big city. There is also a splendid nightlife scene and numerous attractions such as the various green spaces, and unique cultural horizons such as the Shrine of Remembrance.

The state of Victoria encompasses numerous scenic country villages, beautiful offshore islands and national parks that are just itching to be discovered, explored and admired in equal measure.

Melbourne City Highlights Victoria Coastline Victoria Cities

Things to do in Victoria & Melbourne

  • Sample Melbourne’s fantastic atmosphere that you simply have to immerse yourself in
  • Drive along the Great Ocean Road along Victoria’s ‘Shipwreck Coast’ and view the amazing coastal scenery
  • Melbourne’s exquisite nightlife as well as out of this world cultural attractions that simply inspire you
  • The beaches, lakes and mountains of Gippsland ensure that you have the wonderful natural beauty of Victoria to gaze upon

If you would like to know more about Travelbag’s excellent tailor-made holidays to Victoria & Melbourne, don’t hesitate to contact us on 0871 703 4244 Costs 13p/min + network extras.

Packing Tips

Victoria, located in South Australia is known mainly for the city of Melbourne. Melbourne is a place for people who love city-life, being much less-touristy than other popular cities such as Brisbane and Sydney. Culture, coffee and food take pride and place in Melbourne - so be sure to pack a city map and a list of restaurants to tick off during your trip.

Inner-city transport isn’t the best in Melbourne, so you’ll likely do a lot of walking as you sightsee, so a good pair of comfy shoes is a must. It’s also worth packing warmly too, with some layers for when the wind picks up, or the temperature cools down.

If you plan on taking a road-trip along The Great Ocean Road during your time there, definitely take a windproof coat along with you - as the coast can get very breezy, especially in the winter months.

Essential Information

  • Country Capital-Canberra
  • State Capital-Melbourne
  • Currency-Australian Dollar
  • Language-English
  • Time Zone- GMT +10 hours.

Weather In Victoria & Melbourne

Victoria is known for being a slightly cooler region of Australia, so expect an average high of 24 degrees Celsius in the summer months, and an average low of 6 degrees Celsius in the winter months. Unlike other areas of Australia, Melbourne does experience vastly different seasons, and is a great city to see the seasons change month by month.

Even in the summer months the breeze can still feel cold, so it’s important to always bring a layer of warmth with you. Near the coastal areas, such as The Great Ocean Road, expect the weather to be a few degrees cooler, and the wind to pick up.


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