VicSearch Directory has 7 South East Victoria entries
Holiday Makers - Site ID: 421
The Gippsland Lakes: Metung, Lakes Entrance and Lake Tyers Beach. HolidayMakers' holiday houses offer privacy and space, individuality and comfort - AND value for money.
Port Campbell National Park - Site ID: 448
Famous for the Twelve Apostles and historic shipwrecks, Port Campbell National Park contains the most significant areas of vegetation and fauna native to south-western Victoria. The diverse range of coastal environments includes woodlands, dunes, wetlands, coastal cliffs, limestone stacks and arches.
Phillip Island Nature Parks - Site ID: 489
Only 90 minutes from Melbourne, come and experience our wildlife island adventure featuring spectacular coastal scenery, charming heritage and an abundance of wildlife. Visit our range of unique Australian attractions including the world famous Penguin Parade, Koala Conservation Centre, Churchill Island heritage farm and the Nobbies Centre.
Puffing Billy - Site ID: 490
Puffing Billy is a genuine relic of our more leisurely days. An historic steam train still running regularly in the mountain district it was built to serve at the turn of the century. The Railway is the major survivor of four experimental lines used to develop rural areas in the early 1900s. Puffing Billy is now a major tourist attraction, its operation depending on hundreds of dedicated volunteers.
Zoos Victoria - Site ID: 494
Zoos Victoria offers experiences at three great zoos: Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, and Werribee Open Range Zoo. We welcome more than 1.6 million visitors annually across the three properties, making it Victoria's largest paid tourism attraction.
Point Nepean - Site ID: 500
Considered as the main attraction of the Mornington Peninsula National Park in Victoria, Australia, Point Nepean holds a rich historic past personified by its many ancient military fortresses and complemented by picturesque views of several prominent Victorian sights, notably Port Philip Bay, Bass Strait and the Rip.
Victoria - Site ID: 619
Victoria stretches from the Murray River and its historic river ports to the wild, weather-carved coastline of the Southern Ocean. Visitors to Victoria will discover a diverse range of beautiful scenery and experiences in a relatively compact area. Within a few hours drive of Victoria's capital, Melbourne, you can reach the Dandenongs, Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas, and Phillip Island, famous for its nightly penguin parade.