Tourist Information for Victoria


Business Listings : 27

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  • 12 Apostles Visitor Information Centre - Port Campbell ---- Visited: 16 Times

    Great Ocean Road

    Listing id: 12

    Welcome to the Wild Heart of Australia's Great Ocean Road! Lose yourself on a network of trails and lookouts in Port Campbell National Park. Sample gourmet produce from Camperdown to the coast and join pilgrims from around the world paying dusk and dawn homage at the spectacular 12 Apostles.
    Website - 13 0013 7...

  • Avoca Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 10 Times

    Avoca, Victoria

    Listing id: 88

    The Avoca Visitor Information Centre is open 9am to 5pm 7 days a week assisting visitors with their stay in the Pyrenees and Grampians Region. Whether planning a brief stop over or a longer stay, see us for information on attractions, activities and events, local and regional maps and visitor guides. We have day trip suggestions and itineraries, tours and public transport advice. We also have a range of local and Australian made produce, gifts and souvenirs.
    Website - 03 5465 1...

  • Ballarat Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times


    Listing id: 219

    Ballarat's accredited Visitor Information Centre is located on historic Lydiard St in the heart of Ballarat's CBD. Here you'll receive a warm welcome from a local, along with expert advice and quality information on the diverse range of attractions, accommodation, activities and dining options in Ballarat and its surrounding region. The Centre also offers and accommodation booking service, visitor internet access and a great gift shop with quality Australian and local products.
    Website - 1800 446 ...

  • Beechworth Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 11 Times


    Listing id: 112

    Built upon the splendour of the early gold-rush days, Beechworth is recognised as Australia's finest historic gold-mining town. This is where you can truly unwind for a few days of indulgence. Discover our alfresco cafes dotted along historic streetscapes, or experience a taste of fine dining at excellent restaurants with world-class wine lists. If shopping is your preferred way to unwind, our specialty shops and gourmet local produce add to the street ambience.

    Home to many talented artists and artisans from around the world, the town is brimming with galleries, antiques, fine art and ceramics. If you're feeling adventurous we have the ideal climate for something more active: cycling, bushwalking, mountain-bike riding, gold-panning, scenic drives and walks, swimming, fishing and golf are just come of the options available. A blend of culture,adventure, mystery, history and passion, Beechworth has all the elements of a good novel.
    Website - 1300 366 ...

  • Borough of Queenscliffe ---- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 216

    The Borough of Queenscliffe, and its seaside towns of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, offers visitors a wealth of attractions and experiences. The rich historical character of Queenscliff is set off by a vibrant and contemporary cultural scene. Stately Victorian façades conceal modern art galleries and award-winning restaurants; heritage buildings house new-age provedores and ice-creameries. Contrasting this, the new Queenscliff Harbour provides a unique dining and retail space.

    Point Lonsdale is a casual holiday settlement famous for its lighthouse, boutique shopping and café strip overlooking the infamous Rip, where the waters of Bass Strait and Port Phillip Bay meet. Visitors staying within the Borough can explore the whole Bellarine Peninsula, enjoying a scenic drive to nearby beaches, seaside villages, alluring wineries, or making the most of numerous other family-friendly activities.
    Website - +61 3 525...

  • Dunkeld Hamilton & Grampians Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 12 Times


    Listing id: 200

    Visitor Information Centre - Open 7 Days, 9am - 5pm (excluding Christmas Day, Closed)
    Website - 03 5577 2...

  • Frankston Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 18 Times


    Listing id: 120

    Welcome to Frankston, where your Mornington Peninsula experience begins! Frankston has long been Melbourne's favourite family playground, offering the best beaches, beautiful parks and gardens and endless opportunities for having fun. Just down the road from Melbourne and at the start of your Mornington Peninsula journey, this seaside destination is the place to explore a little more...
    Website - 1300 322 ...

  • Geelong Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 5 Times


    Listing id: 227

    We represent an amazing part of Australia. From the charm of Geelong to the exceptional Bellarine and the gorgeous towns in between, we offer once in a lifetime experiences to international and domestic visitors, every single day. open 9am to 5pm, 7 days.
    Website - 5222 2900...

  • Hamilton & Grampians Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times

    Southern Grampians

    Listing id: 199

    Visitor Information Centre - Open 7 Days, 9am - 5pm (excluding Christmas Day, Closed)
    Website - 1800 807 ...

  • Heathcote Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times


    Listing id: 226

    Heathcote Visitor Information Centre - start your taste experience. A welcoming village atmosphere awaits just a little over an hour from Melbourne.Heathcote is fast becoming one of Australia's most loved wine regions with around 30 boutique cellar doors. Nestled in the heart of Central Victoria beneath the stunning McHarg and McIvor Ranges. Good food, friendly cellar doors, spectaclular landscapes, gold rush relics, local art and craft, serene bushlands and dark night skies dotted with stars.Heathcote Visitor Centre has friendly staff with excellent local knowledge who will look after all your information needs. The energy efficient Centre is the perfect place to discover the hidden riches of rural Victoria.
    Website - 03 5433 3... 0419 790 ...

  • Lorne Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 13 Times


    Listing id: 74

    The Lorne Visitor Information Centre provides accommodation information, travel itineraries and local attractions advice, local services and facilities guidance, directional information maps and brochures and a retail outlet offering local produce and souvenirs. Discounted attraction tickets are also available. The friendly staff here are wanting to inform you so your visit to Lorne will be as memorable as possible.
    Website - 03 5289 1...

  • Mornington Peninsula Visitor Information Centre and Booking Service ---- Visited: 15 Times

    Mornington Peninsula

    Listing id: 70

    The Mornington Peninsula has long been a favourite destination for lazy beachside holidays that come with green hinterlands and wild ocean beaches on the side. But if you haven't visited us for some time, you'll be very pleasantly surprised at how the Peninsula has completely redefined the traditional beachside holiday. If you've never visited us, you're in for some delightful surprises.
    Website - 03 5987 3...

  • Mornington Peninsula wine region ---- Visited: 21 Times

    Mornington Peninsula

    Listing id: 89

    Walk pristine beaches and spectacular cliff tops, catch a wave, paddle a sea kayak, tackle the fairway at Cape Schanck, or sip a seductive Pinot Noir and feel the difference when you visit the Mornington Peninsula. Less than an hour's drive south-east of Melbourne, the region now hosts 200 small-scale vineyards and more than 50 cellar doors offering visitors a personal warm welcome and taste of the region's diverse and impressive collection of fine wines – Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio & Shiraz. A range of food experiences are an integral part of the wine region – wine, food, farmgate…
    Website 03 5989 2...

  • Port Fairy Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 13 Times

    Port Fairy

    Listing id: 13

    Port Fairy is one of Victoria's most historic towns. There are over 50 buildings classified by the National Trust. However the town is not just about the past, there are beautiful beaches for swimming and fishing, lots of festivals and events including the famous Port Fairy Folk Festival held each March, and wonderful walking tracks that criss-cross the town.

    Restaurants and cafe's line the streets, many in historic buildings and a range of accommodation is available with beautiful, shady caravan parks, houses, cottages and units, delightful B&B's and motels.
    Website - 03 5568 2...

  • Rutherglen Wine Experience and Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 12 Times


    Listing id: 68

    Fringed by the Victorian Alps to the south and mighty Murray River to the north, Rutherglen is nestled in a special little corner of North East Victoria. Whilst the town's foundations were built on gold, it is a passion for wine that has shaped the town's fortunes in the 150 years since. Today the region is characterised by boutique family-owned wineries who preserve their strong links to the past, while embracing new and emerging varietals.

    Quality restaurants abound, ranging from quaint to contemporary - and all pay homage to the seasonal and regional produce at their doorstep. In addition to all this, Rutherglen has a wide variety of accommodation options from traditional country pubs to luxury bed and breakfasts and everything in between.
    Website - 1800 622 ...

  • Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times


    Listing id: 215

    Experience the naturally beautiful scenery, heritage rich history and exceptional culinary delights of Wangaratta & Surrounding townships. Home to the famed King Valley, Milawa Gourmet Region, Eldorado and Glenrowan - the discoveries are limitless. From world class, award winning wines and a celebration of regional produce to mountainous countryside, internationally renowned cycling experiences, valleys, rivers and streams - the only hard part is deciding what to do first. Enjoy the best nature has to offer, whilst Wangaratta's vibrant and dynamic CBD offers diverse shopping, a buzzing cafe scene and nightlife.
    Website - 1800 801 ...

  • Wodonga Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 11 Times


    Listing id: 165

    The Wodonga Visitor Information Centre is located in the Heart of Wodonga on Hovell Street, opposite the City of Wodonga Council offices. The Wodonga Visitor Information Centre has all the information you need to make travelling around this beautiful region a memorable experience.

    The friendly staff can provide you with maps and attraction information as well as assistance with accommodation. The Wodonga Visitor Information Centre also has an extensive range of interstate information, souvenirs and gifts. The Wodonga Visitor Information Centre now stocks a wide range of local wines for sale.
    Website - 1300 796 ...