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Discover Murray River - Site ID: 484
Discover Murray River the Official Murray River Tourism Website. Australian's and visitors simply find Murray's natural beauty and hidden charm alluring. There's something incredibly special about the Murray that just connects with you. Plenty of great things to see, touch, learn and explore for the whole family and budget.
Bendigo - Site ID: 499
Bendigo, Victoria, Australia is located 125 km's from Melbourne in the central Victorian Goldfields. It is a popular business, holiday and residential destination with many local attractions and facilities and services including cinemas, education, shopping and bank services. There are lakes and parks, excellent architecture and family activities.
Nagambie Lakes - Site ID: 595
You will find us just 90 minutes from Melbourne on the Goulburn Valley Highway. Nagambie offers a wide variety of water activities. If the water isn't your thing, visit some of the many cellar doors, eat fabulous food, take a drive or cycle through Longwood, Avenel and up into the Strathbogie Ranges.
North West Victoria - Site ID: 615
If you are driving from South Australia along the Mallee Highway, once you enter Victoria you will be driving through the beautiful 'Sunset Country'. To the south you will see the Big Desert Wilderness Park and the Wyperfeld National Park, and to the north you will see the Murray-Sunset National Park.
Just Book Me In - Site ID: 616
Day spas, mineral springs, wineries and all round luxury and indulgence. A short drive north west of Melbourne is the Daylesford and Macedon Ranges region boasting the largest concentration of natural mineral springs in Australia. Macedon Ranges and Daylesford is home to a fantastic array of tourist activities, tours, resorts and getaway holiday experiences. Experience famous restaurants, cafes and wineries.
Attractions - Site ID: 617
Melbourne is full of many fantastic tourist attractions, but nearby central Melbourne there are an enormous number of world-class tourist attractions, historic sites and national parks, such as Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula, Daylesford and Hepburn, Ballart, the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island, all of which are close to Melbourne.
The Murray River - Site ID: 618
The Murray River winds its way through the heart of the region, providing endless opportunities for water activities. Spend relaxing days exploring the river in a houseboat, take a ride in an historic paddle steamer or explore the reserves and wetlands in a canoe. Find a secluded spot on a river beaches to soak up some sun and enjoy a relaxing picnic or a spot of fishing.
Horsham - Site ID: 620
Horsham is a lively city, centrally located in the Wimmera region, with excellent opportunities for shopping, dining, entertainment and accommodation. With its vibrant community and well kept streets, parks and river, it was declared Australia's Tidiest Town in 2001, and has been a runner up many times.
Ballarat Walking Trails - Site ID: 623
This self-guided walk is an introduction to some of Ballarat's history and heritage.The area included covers approximately 1 km and will take an hour of your time.The walk includes maps which indicate the locality of the buildings and streets described below. The walk begins immediately outside the Visitor Centre.
Echuca Moama Attractions - Site ID: 624
Echuca Moama is popular all year round with plenty of modern and historic local attractions, and a fine selection of restaurants and eateries. We hope you enjoy your visit to Echuca Moama as much as we do. Both Echuca and Moama were settled by ex-convicts in the mid 1800's and the two sides of the river soon grew into the largest inland river port. It is that history which today attracts visitors from around the world with a large fleet of paddle steamers and rich colonial history.
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