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Peppers Moonah Links


 

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Mantra City Central


 

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ibis Melbourne Hotel and Apartments


 

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Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens


 

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Pullman Melbourne on the Park


 

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The Sebel Residences - Melbourne Docklands


 

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The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane


 

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Mount Buller, The Murray - Alpine & High Country

The Sebel Pinnacle Valley


 

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ibis Melbourne Glen Waverley


 

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ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street


 

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ibis Styles Kingsgate Melbourne


 

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Sale, Phillip Island & Gippsland

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Victoria is bordered by New South Wales to the north, South Australia to the west, and Tasmania to the south, across the Bass Strait. Victoria is the most densely populated state, and has a highly centralised population, with over 70% of Victorians living in Melbourne, the state capital and largest city.

Some major tourist destinations in Victoria are: attractions of the city centre such as Crown Casino, Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Museum, the Melbourne Aquarium,Science Works, Healsville Sanctuary, Werribee open range zoo, tourism precincts such as Melbourne Docklands, Southbank and St Kilda as well as cultural and sporting tourist icons such as The Arts Centre, National Gallery of Victoria, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, also known as the MCG, and the Eureka Tower, tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere, with its Skydeck 88; former Goldfields region featuring the historic cities of Ballarat, Beechworth, Bendigo, Castlemaine, Maldon and Daylesford; Dandenong Ranges (in particular the Puffing Billy Railway); Mornington Peninsula, particularly for its wineries and secluded beaches, Arthur's Seat and the coastal attractions of Portsea and Sorrento.

A region of interest is the Great Ocean Road, which features The Twelve Apostles, historic towns of Port Fairy and Portland, cliffs and whale watching and resort towns such as Lorne. The Victorian Alpine Region, part of the Australian Alps, particularly for skiing and the Central Victorian Highlands, 'Highcountry' are very well known for winter sports and bushwalking.