Approximately the size of the British Isles, Victoria is the countries second smallest State and makes up the southern tip of the Australian Eastern Seaboard.
Melbourne is the Capital City and lies on the banks of the Yarra River, on Port Phillip Bay. Australia’s second largest city lies approximately half way across the state and makes it a perfect entry point for visitors wanting to explore the Great Ocean Road, to the west, or the rich agricultural lands and vineyards to the East. With a coastline that offers safe swimming bays, great surf beaches, through to the mountains and ski fields in the north, Victoria offers something for everyone.
For more information about Victoria, please visit Victoria State Government website.
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Queensland – the Sunshine State.
New South Wales – the First State.
Victoria – the Garden State.
Tasmania – the Apple Isle.
South Australia – the Festival State.
Western Australia – the Real Thing.
Northern Territory – Outback Australia.