If you’re looking for places to holiday in Victoria, the Great Ocean Road region is a great choice.
Its coastline road spans over 240 kilometres of Victoria’s south-west, and the region itself reaches inland, to farming and native bushland areas - including the huge Great Otway National Park.
If you’re wondering where to go in Victoria read on to learn more.
Where to Go in Victoria (Australia)
As it is so vast the Great Ocean Road Region offers a variety of holiday options. Plus it’s easy to access from interstate as well as Melbourne’s CBD. Below are just a few suggestions of where to go on the Great Ocean Road in Victoria:
- Beach holidays: Our beaches are spectacular year-round but if you’re thinking about where to go in Victoria in summer you really can’t go wrong with coastal towns like Lorne, Apollo Bay, Warrnambool, Portland and Torquay.
- Camping holidays: We have camping spots across the region but one of our most popular areas is in the Great Otway National Park. There you will find fully-serviced drive-in spots as well as walk-in locations. The park is a great place to enjoy both the coastline and the hinterland – beaches, lakes, waterfalls and rainforests.
- Pick-me-up holidays: Although big nature is one of the most popular attractions we also have a gourmet trail, wellness retreats, fine-dining restaurants, wineries, breweries, chocolatiers, ice-cream makers and more.
- Secluded holidays: If basing yourself in a town doesn’t sound relaxing enough we have locations for more secluded breaks such as places with just a few shops (like Wye River), places where the main feature is nature (like Skipton famed for its platypus) and places that can be all about dairy and whiskey (like Timboon).
Where to Go in Great Ocean Road & What to Do
If you’re asking where to go in Victoria, the Great Ocean Road region should be at the top of your list! But don’t just take our word for it – browse the region yourself using this website!