Discover your Victoria accommodation
Mantra on the Park
Minutes from Melbourne's cosmopolitan city scene, famous shopping precincts, theatres, restaurants, cafe's and bars, Mantra on the Park is an ideal base for a Melbourne getaway. An apartment style complex consisting of self-contained, one and two bedroom apartments.
Oaks on Lonsdale
Lonsdale Street in the centre of Melbourne passes through one of the city's hippest precincts, alive with entertainment, recreation, culture and commerce. Oaks on Lonsdale apartments offer Melbourne accommodation with generously appointed self-contained apartments.
Oaks on Market
Recently refurbished, the Oaks on Market is centrally located Melbourne accommodation, offering easy access to Melbourne's attractions: shopping, theatres, dining and entertainment, as well as proximity to the legal and financial precincts.
Peppers Moonah Links
Peppers Moonah Links Resort is the ultimate destination for golf enthusiasts and perfect for visitors looking for stylish accommodation from which to explore the delights of the Mornington Peninsula region.
Wyndham Resort Torquay
Positioned opposite Zeally Bay Beach at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, Wyndham Resort Torquay is the most romantic escape on Victoria's Surf Coast. With ocean views and stunning grounds, this resort beckons fun-seekers, families and hopeless romantics alike.
Mantra City Central
Mantra City Central offers contemporary apartments with urban decor, centrally located in Melbourne's bustling hub, with an array of shopping, art galleries, cafes, bars and theatres and the cultural landmark of Federation Square right on your doorstep.
ibis Melbourne Hotel and Apartments
Offering great value city accommodation,ibis Melbourne Hotel and Apartments is located in an ideal position just a few minutes walk from the famous Queen Victoria Markets, the legendary Lygon Street restaurant quarter and the central shopping district of Melbourne.
Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens
Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens is located in the centre of Melbourne, overlooking Treasury Gardens. The perfect place to stay while exploring Melbourne's attractions such as Federation Square, the MCG and Parliament House.
Pullman Melbourne on the Park
Pullman Melbourne on the Park is located directly opposite the Melbourne Cricket Ground this elegant hotel in Melbourne and enjoys stunning views of Fitzroy Gardens, Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Park, the home of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Oaks on Collins
Oaks on Collins offers chic, New York-style apartment accommodation in the heart of Melbourne, consisting of superbly-appointed, self-contained studios. Just outside the door is the city's vibrant restaurant, entertainment and shopping precinct.
The Sebel Residences - Melbourne Docklands
Situated in Melbourne's newest and most prestigious inner city precinct and waterfront playground and offering over 20 restaurants, bars and cafes right on your door step. Walk to the CBD, Etihad Stadium, Melbourne's best shopping, restaurants, theatres, galleries and nightlife.
The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane
The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane, Accor Vacation Club Apartments is an all suite upscale boutique hotel in stylish Flinders Lane, renowned as the centre of the Melbourne fashion district. Attractions close by include shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars.
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.