The Mornington Peninsula is the ultimate short trip from Melbourne. It’s got a laid-back beachside atmosphere, piers that stretch into the endless ocean, dreamy coastal bushland, dramatic rocky bays, and turquoise ocean pools. Then there’s the exhilarating hiking tracks, hedge mazes, a strawberry farm, a very insta-worthy light house, and of course, the hot springs.
With its world-class arts and culture, dining and nightlife, and sports and parklands: Melbourne is known as one of the world’s most liveable cities. This is an accolade based on the city’s stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure. And many agree that Melbourne is a great place to live. Greater Melbourne is home
We know planning a day trip out of Melbourne can be challenging. There’s so many incredible places to visit from the Great Ocean Road in the south to the Grampians out west — how do you even begin to choose which day trip is the best day trip for you? We’ve created these destination guides
Known for its dramatic bushland as well as its rich history, the Grampians is bursting with as much culture as it is picturesque landscapes and outdoor adventure. A haven of otherworldly natural beauty, the Grampians National Park, located about three hour’s drive north-west of Melbourne. It is an ideal destination for avid hikers and lovers
Wilsons Promontory, often referred to as Wilsons Prom or simply ‘the Prom’, has stunning scenery. It encompasses just about every type of natural environment you might hope see on the coast of Australia — from forested bushland to pristine beaches, granite mountains to coastal coves. Wilsons Promontory, Wilsons Prom, or the Prom — whatever you
The Great Ocean Road is one of the most spectacular coastal road-trips not only in all of Australia, but the world. Strap in as we take you on a journey to some of our favourite spots along the epic Great Ocean Road. How to get to Great Ocean Road Hugging the southern coastline of Victoria
While the Mornington Peninsula is only about an hour southeast of Melbourne, its pristine coastal landscapes make it seem like a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The region has more than 190km of coastline dotted with beaches, walking tracks, picnic spots, and spectacular scenery. Its proximity to Melbourne together with
Phillip Island is known for its wildlife and natural landscapes, and at just two hours drive out of Melbourne — connected to the mainland by bridge — Phillip Island is a popular day trip for those who love the coast and enjoy spending time outside in nature. With its famous beaches and walking trails, Phillip