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MelbourneSGD688

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76% of Singaporeans believe that Australia is best seen on a guided tour. Think Again.

A guided tour is an excellent way to make the most of your trip to Victoria, but when the freedom of the open road calls, you’ll find some really exciting options for venturing out on your own. From scenic drives to cycle and hiking trails, these stunning destinations offer crowd-free explorations of some of the region’s most stunning spots.

Drive through a cover of autumn colours

Regional Victoria is home to some spectacular spots that are best explored at your own pace. Take Victoria’s Go Beyond Melbourne Touring Route and road trip through the Yarra Valley and Dandenong RangesPhillip Island and through to the Mornington Peninsula and the Bellarine. You’ll taste wine, see wildlife and relax in hot springs. If it’s autumn, be sure to drive through Marysville to see the changing autumn hues. Alternatively, take a five-day trip along the Great Southern Touring Route, which includes the Great Ocean Road, Grampians National Park and the historic town of Ballarat.

Great Ocean Walk

Step into the scenery when you take on one of Victoria’s most spectacular multi-day hikes. The Great Ocean Walk has been labelled “mild to wild” for its increase in ruggedness as the journey progresses, but it rewards your effort with incredible views, prolific wildlife, fascinating historical elements and Indigenous connections along the way. Your final reward comes as you reach the impressive sandstone spires known as the Twelve Apostles. There are campsites conveniently dotted along the 100 kilometre (62 mile) trail, or opt for the comforts of cosy hotel or B&B accommodation easily reached from many trailheads.

Pedal to produce

Victoria’s High Country is a food-lover’s playground with orchards, farms and vineyards stretching out along scenic rolling hills, lush valleys and bubbling streams. You can explore the area at your own pace with pedal to produce trails designed to take you past small village producers where you can experience fresh local honey, gourmet cheeses, a bevy of orchards, wineries and craft breweries. Visit one of the region’s many farm gates to pick your own berries, cherries, apples and chestnuts. Or stop in at a local shop to fill your basket with goodies to take home or to enjoy along the route. Don’t forget to call in at a cellar door of a family-run winery for a drop to accompany your feast.

Walking Wilson Prom

Affectionately known as “the Prom,” Wilsons Promontory is a 505 square kilometre (314 square mile) reserve on the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. It’s home to abundant native wildlife, cool rainforest gullies, rocky mountaintops, white-sand beaches and a large number of walking trails to help you see it all. Choose from short, scenic trails to day treks or the multi-day Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit. Visitors can camp, caravan or stay in cabins and lodges at Tidal River, about three hours drive south-east of Melbourne. From September, one can also embark on a soft adventure boat cruise to discover the rugged coastline and Australia fur seals.

76% of Singaporeans believe that Australia is just beaches, beaches, beaches. Think Again.

Home to the Great Ocean Road and some of the country’s most famous surf beaches, Victoria has more than its share of stunning coastline to discover. Explore Melbourne’s exciting offerings or head upcountry to spend a few days in the snowfields and national parks to uncover a different side to the region. You’ll find adventure, excitement and some great food and wine along the way.

The Grampians

This awe inspiring landscape is the ultimate playground for adventurers and a haven for food and wine lovers. Forged millions of years ago, The Grampians National Park offers a peek at Australia’s Aboriginal history, challenging (but rewarding) treks, cascading waterfalls, abundant wildlife, star-filled skies and a chance to connect with nature in a way that few get to experience. Just three hours from Melbourne, this majestic mountain range feels worlds away. In between walking trails, fishing and canoeing, you’ll find Victoria's Silo Art Trail as well as some of Australia’s oldest vines and olive groves. Sample the region’s best wine and produce with a stop at the Royal Mail Hotel, regularly voted one of the best dining destinations in the country.

California Redwoods

You might think the Great Ocean Road is all about beaches as you drive the impressive coastline carved by nature, but take the time to venture off the main road and you’ll discover impressive hidden gems that many visitors miss. One of the most unique wonders in the area is the California Redwood forest in the Aire Valley. These towering trees were planted as a softwood logging experiment in the 1930s but were never cut down. Today they rise as high as 60 metres, creating a twilight effect of light through the canopy. Nearby you’ll also find Hopetoun and Beauchamp Falls, where you can take in the spray as the water comes cascading down to the forest floor.

Victoria's snowfields

Winter is a great time to visit Victoria’s snowfields as they offers a huge variety of activities, from skiing to snowshoeing. Adventure-lovers will enjoy heart-pumping activities like snowmobiling through winter landscapes and sledding down snowy slopes on a tube or toboggan. One of the best ways to take in the Alpine scenery is on a dog sledding adventure through the beautiful snow covered peaks. Try your hand at mushing (driving) before ending your tour with time to cuddle your four-legged guides. If you’d rather stay cosy, indulge in a wilderness retreat in glamping tents among the snow, complete with a wood fire and cheese fondue on arrival. From family friendly Mt Buller, to Victoria’s largest snowfield in Falls Creek and Australia’s powder capital, Mt Hotham, don’t miss embarking on an après ski holiday this winter!

Laneways

The laneways of Melbourne are known for their bright and ever-changing street art, but there’s plenty more to discover after dark. Hit the cobblestones for night time dining at one of the laneways’ exciting eateries, like Chin Chin down Flinders Lane. This Thai diner is a local favourite, serving up spicy, shareable plates like suckling pig pancakes. Melbourne’s laneways provide plenty of choice for a nightcap as the evening comes to an end. Check out Bar Americano in Presgrave Place, Section 8 in Tattersalls Lane, or Cherry Bar in ACDC Lane.