Top 10 Regional Victoria Destinations

Victoria is one of the states you can't miss to visit. It is packed with rich arts and culture, natural beauty, food, and drinks plus a lot of events. Its many tourist attractions will leave you in wonderment. Though it may seem a little bit challenging to choose the best destination, this post narrows down the top ten regional Victoria destinations for you.

The Great Ocean Road

This 243-km long road is the most famous road in Australia's history. It offers a wide variety of world-class beaches and a lot more stunning beauty. The top attractions along the great ocean road are the twelve apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, Bells beach, and Otway national park.

The Grampians

A trip to the Grampians will let you enjoy the fresh country air and a great landscape in the scenic and history-steeped region. The Grampians is a destination for nature-lovers and adrenaline enthusiast paradise. Activities like bushwalking, hiking through national parks, and seeing waterfalls. Visitors get an opportunity to see the wallabies and kangaroos. Halls Gap, Mackenzie Falls, and Boroka Lookout are the top things to see in the Grampians.

Phillip Island

Philip Island offers a beautiful coastline with wild beaches that offer a home for the fairy penguins. The penguin parade, Sea Rocks, and Township of Cowes are the top attractions in the region. Woolamai is the best destination for surfing location seekers.

Echuca and the Murray

Echuca, famously known as the paddle steamer capital, is a great option for those seeking to relax while enjoying the warm climate with sunny skies and magnificent sunsets. Here you can take a tour down the Murray River on a paddle steamer, visit Gunbower Island State Forest and Great Aussie Beer Shed.

Mornington Peninsula

This location offers great gourmands and a spectacular coastline. Peninsula Hot Springs, Cape Schank, and Portsea are the top places to visit while in the Mornington Peninsula.

Yarra Valley and the Dandenongs

Yarra Valley is widely known for its fantastic wines. A day trip or weekend tour to Yarra Valley would be ideal. At mt Dandenong, one can view the greater Melbourne perfectly. The places to visit include Yarra Valley wineries, Mount Dandenong, and the Healesville Sanctuary-good for wildlife lovers.


At Gippsland, visitors can explore the quartz beaches and blossoming fern gullies of Wilson Prom National Park. The four hundred-million-year-old limestone formations found at the famous Buchan Caves are also a great place to visit. The 40-kilometer Gourmet Deli Drive will also offer a great opportunity for those who love wines and organic fruit and vegetables altogether.

Daylesford and Spa Country

Spa country is a spot to rest and relax. Daylesford lets you indulge in a lot including heading to Hepburn Springs known for its mineralized water. More places to e include; Hanging Rock, and Mount Macedon.


Ballarat-the old gold mining town is the third largest city in Victoria. While there head to Sovereign Hill for a taste of old Ballarat, Blood on the Southern Cross for more n Australian democracy development, and lastly Gold Museum.

Melbourne City

A lot is found in Melbourne from live music, globally renowned coffee, notable restaurants to hidden bars and galleries. As a sports center, the Formula One, Australia Open Tennis, and the AFL Grand Final are among the top events you can enjoy in this city. St Kilda Beach and Esplanade and the Eureka Skydeck are top attractions in Melbourne.

While visiting Victoria's regions, you will have a lot of options to pick from. Great food, culture, drinks, sports, and wildlife are abundantly present to ensure you get the best experience on your trip to Victoria. You can pick any of the above-explored destinations to visit.