6 Reasons to Take a Day Tour in Victoria

Victoria is a fabulous place to visit. Not only is it a state of incredible variation, it is also a place of great beauty, cultural and historical significance and modern fashion, food and architecture.

One of the best ways to see different parts of Victoria is by taking a number of different day tours. Melbourne tours, Great Ocean Road tours and Phillip Island tours are highly recommended and provide an excellent way to see different parts of the state.

So why should you take a day tour in Victoria?

1:  Get a taste of what Victoria offers:

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6 Reasons Why You Will Love the Great Ocean Road

Essentially, there is nothing that you will not love about the Great Ocean Road. Not only does a Great Ocean Road tour enable you to take in some of the most beautiful scenery that you will find anywhere in the world, you are bound to find the whole experience relaxing and truly inspiring.

Many visitors to Victoria spend most of their time in Melbourne. There is no denying that Melbourne is one of the globe’s most dynamic and interesting cities and a Melbournetour is highly recommended. Such a tour makes sightseeing in Melbourne all the more informative and you can feel assured that you will see some of the city’s most prominent landmarks and significant places.

Melbourne day tours will introduce you to places such as: Federation Square, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Shrine of Remembrance, the sporting mecca that is the Melbourne Cricket Ground and of course, the city’s most notable shopping, eating and nightlife precincts.

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7 Distinct Features of Melbourne

When you visit Melbourne you will quickly discover that this city has a plethora of features that are ‘distinctly Melbournian’. Melbourne is unique in the way that it blends culture, sport, fashion, the arts and amazing cuisine in an interesting and parochial way. Victorians are infinitely proud of their capital city and when you spend some time there, it is easy to understand why.

One of the best ways to experience Victoria is to do a number of day tours. A Great Ocean Road tour is highly recommended, as is a Phillip Island tour, but when it comes to selecting a Melbourne sightseeing tour, be sure to choose one that includes the following features of the city.

1:  Federation Square

Located in the heart of Melbourne and perfectly situated in relation to access to public transport, Federation Square is often a hive of activity. Home to galleries, sites of cultural significance, restaurants and bars, the unusual and highly distinctive appearance of Federation Square (through the use of various metals and other materials) is obvious and memorable.

Federation Square is a great meeting point and is often a gathering place and centre of activity when important events are taking place.

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How to Experience the Best of Natural Victoria

Of all the Australian states Victoria arguably has the most stunning natural scenery and green surrounds. With everything from amazing beaches to pristine national parks characterised by incredible biodiversity. Victoria offers something for everybody and their favoured type of natural environment.

Of course, much of the best of Victoria’s natural beauty is to be found outside of its capital city, Melbourne, but it’s incredibly beautiful botanic gardens and other gardens close to the heart of the city mean that much natural beauty is also to be found in the heart of the state’s capital city.

If you are visiting Victoria and are eager to experience the best of its natural features, here we list some of the locations that you are sure to love.

Great Ocean Road:

Visitors and locals alike testify to the fact that the Great Ocean Road offers scenery and an experience that is equal to the best you will experience anywhere in the world. Stretching some 243 kilometres between the towns of Torquay and Warrnambool, Great Ocean Road tours can be taken that give you insight into the area and introduce some of the region’s most picturesque towns, including: Lorne, Apollo Bay and Port Campbell.

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