If you are lucky to have captured some of the sights and attractions around the state of Victoria, you may have had a glimpse of the beautiful landscapes and humble towns that tourists visit daily. In every part of Victoria, there is a rich history that may be as old as the state, and sites and attractions that have only bloomed in recent years. Just take a look at some of these charming places here.
The home of the Victorian gold rush, tourists visiting Victoria often stop by in a quest to find gold at Sovereign Hill. Although the chances of finding gold are slim, it is still a fun place to explore with the family. Also around the town of Ballarat, you can play a round of mini golf, or make your way through The Tangled Maze – if you can find your way out that is. While you are there, you can stay at a variety historical buildings that have been turned into accommodations such as the Best Western Bakery Hill Motel for something different that your suburban home.
The charming town of Daylesford offers relaxing activities for any person who has felt a little stressed out from daily routine. Just a few kilometres out, you will find the renowned Hepburn Springs where you can treat yourself to a range of bathhouse and spa experiences. To top it off, check out the some of the country guesthouses available with the Hepburn Springs Village, furnished with a contemporary twist to a country style home.
For something a little closer to home, check out the Werribee locale. While the area has joined metropolitan Melbourne in recent years, it has not lost its small-town charm. While you will find more recently established attractions such as the Werribee Open Range Zoo and the WYNCITY Bowls and Entertainment centre, you can also explore the local history at Werribee Park and Mansion, and the Royal Australian Air Force Museum nearby. While you are there, check out some of the more relaxed accommodation options such as the holiday villas of Werribee Short Stays.
These places are only a snapshot of what the Victorian country has to offer. There are also various national parks and mountains to hike and explore on a mountain bicycle. As long as you have a car to get you from A to B, and a conveniently located accommodation, you won’t run out of things to do in countryside Victoria. So don’t hesitate – have your next holiday in regional Victoria today.