How to See the Best of Victoria

Victoria is a state of incredible beauty and plenty of activity. In Victoria, modern architecture and innovation is juxtaposed with its classic and historic counterparts and diversity is celebrated in so many ways. Of course, Melbourne is a vibrant and dynamic city and is a must see on the itinerary of any visitor to Victoria, but there are many other fabulous parts of the state which are well worth a visit.

It is quite likely that you will have a limited amount of time when you visit Victoria. In spite of this, it is almost certain that you will want to make the most of your time and see the very best that Victoria has to offer. How can this be achieved?

Join tours:

Organised tours are the very best way to see different parts of Victoria and really engage with what you are seeing and experiencing. It is only on an organised tour that you can be guaranteed to see the absolute highlights and be provided with interesting and credible information that enables you to better appreciate the amazing sights that confront you.

So, what are some of the best day tours that will give you a taste of the best of the state of Victoria?

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4 Great Sights in Melbourne and Beyond

Visitors to Victoria will quickly realise that there is an abundance of fabulous sights and attractions across the state. Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, is a culturally rich and beautiful city that understandably draws many visitors each year. An organised Melbourne tour is highly recommended, but, it is also worthwhile exploring other areas of the state.

Here we take a look at four of the best sights that you will see in Melbourne and other parts of Victoria…

1:  City of Melbourne

Melbourne is amazing! There is so much to see and do and it is great to experience the diversity and cultural undertones of the city. By taking a Melbourne day tour, you will see significant sights such as: the Shrine of Remembrance, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the important sporting grounds of Melbourne Olympic Park (home of the Australian Open tennis tournament) and the truly beautiful Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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