- Alexandra »
Agriculture and Tourism centre. Nearby Goulburn River for trout fishing and visit the Lake Eildon National Park...
- Allansford »
- Amphitheatre »
Amphitheatre is a small town located on the Pyrenees Highway south-west of Avoca
- Anglesea »
A seaside town on the Anglesea River located on the Great Ocean Road
- Apollo Bay »
Coastal town in southwestern Victoria located on the Great Ocean Road
- Apsley »
Situated on the quiet Wimmera Highway, Apsley is located just east of the VIC/SA border.
Located in Victoria
- Archies Creek »
130 kms south east from Melbourne.
- Arthurs Seat »
Arthur's Seat, is situated about 75 minutes south of Melbourne, and easily reached via East Link (from Monash or Eastern Freeway) through Frankston, and south along the road towards Portsea...
- Bacchus Marsh »
Set amid picturesque rolling hills only 80 km west of Melbourne, Moorabool Shire combines country living with easy access to the city...
- Court House Hotel
- Flanagan's Border Inn
- Young and Main Hotel
- Bairnsdale »
Bairnsdale is the commercial and retail hub of the region and is East Gippsland's largest town. Situated on the Mitchell River, Bairnsdale is a three hour drive from Melbourne on the Princes Highway.
- Club Hotel
- Commercial Hotel
- Grand Terminus Hotel
- Imperial Hotel
- Main Hotel
- Mitchell River Tavern
- Wy Yung Pub
- Former Albion Hotel
- Ballan »
Located on the Western highway 78 km north west of Melbourne.
- Commercial Hotel
- Hudsons Hotel
- Former Ballan Hotel
- Ballarat »
Ballarat is Victoria's second largest regional centre with a cosmopolitan lifestyle mixed with the charm and heritage of the gold rush era.
- Bannockburn »
Located 93 kms south-west of Melbourne via Geelong and the Midland Highway.
Originally established around the Somerset Hotel the town was moved in 1863 with the arrival of the Railway.
- Batesford »
Located approx 10 kilometres west of Geelong in Victoria.
- Beaconsfield »
Located 46km south-east of Melbourne CBD on the Old Princes Hwy
- Cardinia Park Hotel (The Cardi)
- Central Hotel
- Beaufort »
Beaufort is located on Western Highway midway between Ararat and Ballarat,
- Beech Forest »
Beech Forest has a great Railway History display centre where the Beechy Rail trail finishes...
- Beechworth »
Victorian gold rush town. The town is full of historical interest with many museum displays, court house, jail, and memorabilia...
- Belgrave »
- Bellbird Creek »
- Benalla »
- Commercial Hotel
- North Eastern Hotel
- Royal Hotel
- Victoria Hotel
- Bendigo »
Located in the geographic centre of Victoria, only 90 minutes from Melbourne, Bendigo is a modern, thriving city with a mild climate and a bustling local economy.
- Bendoc »
- Berriwillock »
Located in the Small township of the Mallee region of Victoria located 11 km northwest of Culgoa.
- Berwick »
Berwick is the gateway to the Dandenong Ranges, Phillip Island, Gippsland and the Mornington Peninsula...
- Bethanga »
A gold mining town established around 1852. Located close to Hume Weir and Albury Wodonga.
- Beverford »
Sunraysia locality. 14 kilometres out of Swan Hill on the Murray Valley Highway
- Birregurra »
Birregurra (locally called "Birree") has a large operating wood mill just on the edge of town and boasts a great festival every year in October...
- Royal Mail Hotel
- Former Native Youth Hotel
- Blampied »
Blampied is a town located in the central highlands of Victoria.
- Bonnie Doon »
More recently recognised by the comedy film "The Castle" and its supposed serenity, one thing is for sure...
- Briagolong »
Named 1871 Top Plains
- Bridgewater »
Home of the Bridgewater Hotel
- Bruthen »
Located in the valley of the Tambo River where the mountains meet the plains.
The gateway to the snowfields and the Snowy mountains to the north...
- Buangor »
- Buchan »
- Former Buchan Caves Hotel
- Bunyip »
Great fishing in the area and also home to Victoria's longest running Country Music Festival
- Gippsland Hotel (The Top Pub)
- Railway Hotel
- Burrumbeet »
- Buxton »
There are two roadhouses in Buxton
One is called the Igloo Roadhouse , who make the Bucky Burger.
The other is the Buxton Roadhouse" aka 'Choppers' who also sell hamburgers using only the freshest ingredients and other tasty treats...
- Camperdown »
Camperdown sits along the Princes Highway in a long flat stretch of the road, but under the gaze of Mt Leura, a popular hill for motoring enthusiasts doing hill climbs, and providing great views of the surrounding dairy farming district...
- Cann River »
Cann River is one of the last reasonable sized towns you reach before going thru Genoa and over the border into NSW from VIC...
- Cape Clear »
Small Victorian Town with a Hotel and a General store.
- Casterton »
Casterton - home of the Australian Kelpie!
The town of Casterton is renowned for the Australian Kelpie Muster, held annually over the June Long Weekend, it showcases the amazing talents and abilities of Kelpies and their owners in a range of events and competitions...
- Charlton »
Located on the Calder Highway midway between Melbourne and Mildura in the valley of the Avoca River.
- Cricket Club Hotel
- East Charlton Hotel
- Former Vale of Avoca Hotel
- Chiltern »
Located 500 metres of the Hume Highway and known notably for the filming of Walt Disney's Ride a Wild Pony in 1974...
- Clematis »
- Cobden »
Cobden is known as the 'Dairy Capital' of the world, and bases its claim on the fact that over 140,000 cows in the local area are being milked...
- Cobram »
Cobram is located in Northern Victoria on the banks of the Murray River which forms the border with New South Wales.
- Cohuna »
Situated on the Murray Valley Highway between Echuca and Kerang, Cohuna is a bustling township with a strong commercial centre.
- Bower Tavern
- Cohuna Hotel Motel
- Colac »
The Colac Otway Shire is located two hours west of Melbourne and renowned for its magnificent southern coastline, the Otway rainforests and the northern lakes and craters district...
- Austral Hotel
- Union Club Hotel
- Coleraine »
Coleraine - with its luscious Chocolate factory, and beautifully maintained information service in the former Railway station
359 km west of Melbourne via the Western and Glenelg Highways
- Coleraine Hotel
- National Hotel
- Coopers Creek »
Nearby Walhalla and Rawson
- Corryong »
- Corryong Hotel Motel
- Court House Hotel Motel
- Cressy »
Sixty five Klms west of Geelong on the Hamilton Highway. One of Victorias oldest Rural Towns.
- The Former Frenchman's Inn Hotel
- Cudgewa »
- Culgoa »
You will find Culgoa on the junction of the Calder Highway and the road to Swan Hill.
A small town, population around 100, the town was renamed from Kaneira to Culgoa soon after the arrival of the railway in 1920
- Curdie Vale »
Curdie Vale is a fisherman's treat for safely launching craft under the bridge adjacent to the Boggy Creek Pub, and enjoying drifting down the Curdies River all the way to Peterborough on the coast if desired.
- Dalyston »
Dalyston is located on the BASS Highway, midway betwen Kilcunda and the turn off to Archies Creek.
- Dargo »
Victorian country town located in the high country of East Gippsland
- Darlington »
- Darnum »
Attractions include the Darnum Pub, the magical Darnum Musical Village and the Stump Tea Rooms.
Great stop off point along the Prices Highway for a fine breakfast at the The Stump Tea Rooms, opposite the historic tree marker, once part of the old Princes Highwyay
- Dennington »
Dennington, an industrial town on the outskirts of Warrnambool, is likely best remembered as the original home of Nestle, renowned for chocolate...
- Derrinallum »
Located on Victorias western plains, a small community sitting at the base of Mount Elephant. On the Hamilton Highway.
- Mount Elephant Hotel Motel
- Diggers Rest »
- Former Diggers Rest Hotel
- Drouin »
Drouin is a town, home to a number of attractive parks and gardens.
Located around the Princes Way
- Dunkeld »
Dunkeld, at the base of Mt Sturgeon and Mt Abrupt at the southern end of the Grampians mountain range.
- Dunnstown »
Located in a beautiful Victorian mountain setting.
10 Minutes to Ballarat
90 minutes to Melbourne
- Dunolly »
- Railway Hotel
- Royal Hotel
- Former Junction Hotel
- Echuca »
Echuca was surveyed in 1854 and quickly became one of Australia's busiest inland ports, with paddle steamers ferrying supplies throughout Australia's interior via the river network.
- American Hotel
- Caledonian Hotel Motel
- Echuca Hotel
- Harvest Hotel
- Palace Hotel
- Pastoral Hotel Motel
- Shamrock Hotel
- Taras Hall Hotel
- Former Bridge Hotel
- Edenhope »
Edenhope may not have diving in Lake Wallace with the 10 years of drought to 2009 - but that's never stopped the town from providing a great amenity to travelers from Melbourne to Adelaide looking for some interesting things to do...
- Eildon »
- Elmhurst »
Located in the heart of the Pyrenees Ranges and a popular wine region.
- Ensay »
a small town located on the Great Alpine Road in East Gippsland Victoria located between Swifts Creek and Bruthen
- Erica »
Ideally situated between Moe and the Thompson Dam, Erica is a nice spot to stop and stretch your legs before ascending into the foothills of Mt Erica, Mt St Gwinear or travel across the newly opened entry road to Mt Baw Baw...
- Euroa »
Located at the foot of the Strathbogie Range. Part of Kelly Gang history and scene of a Kelly Gang bank robbery.
- Euroa Hotel
- Seven Creeks Hotel
- Ferntree Gully »
Ferntree Gully was named after an 1860 painting of the local forest.
Located next to the Ferntree Gully National Park, the nation's second National Park...
- Flowerdale »
Located in central Victoria.
- Forrest »
- Garfield »
Located between Pakenham and Warragul. Turn off the Princes Highway.
- Garvoc »
Located on the Great Ocean Road
- Hotels in Geelong »
- Gellibrand »
Gellibrand has a great general store that provides nice breakfast and lunch menus, and is right opposite Rex Norman Park that shows off the steep gradients traversed by the Beechy rail trail in its displays...
- Gembrook »
Gembrook marks the end of the Puffing Billy steam engine railway line.
- Genoa »
The last township on the Princes Highway before New South Wales or the first town you greet in Victoria from the other direction...
- Glenburn »
- Glenrowan »
A prosperous tourism town where Ned Kelly made his last stand.
- Glenthompson »
Located on the Glenelg Highway, Western Victoria
- Gould »
A former Town now located under the waters of Moondarra Reservoir
- Great Western »
- Great Western Hotel Motel
- Hallam »
- Hamilton »
Hamilton - home to the Ansett Museum
- Caledonian Hotel (The Cally)
- Commercial Hotel
- George Hotel Motel
- Grand Central Hotel
- Former Argyle Arms Hotel
- Former Hamilton Hotel
- Harrietville »
Harrietville is the last stop before the Great Alpine Road wind up towards the Mount Feathertop and the popular ski resort of Mount Hotham
- Harrow »
Harrow, the oldest inland town in Victoria, is home to the Johnny Mullagh Cricket Centre (in memory of the all-aboriginal cricket squad of 1868), and more recently known for its Harrow By Night entertainment/dinner shows hosted out of the Hermitage Hotel in the middle of the main street...
- Healesville »
Healesville lies at the eastern end of the Yarra Valley wine area and the commencement of the heavily forested Black Spur mountainous region that includes the Maroondah Dam further to its east...
- Inglewood »
Victorian town, located on the Calder Highway south of Wedderburn.
- Empire State Hotel
- Royal Hotel
- Former Adelphi Hotel
- Inverleigh »
Located 103 km from Melbourne and 28 km west of Geelong.
- Irymple »
Located between Mildura and Red Cliffs in north-west Victoria
- Jamieson »
Jamieson lays south of Mansield, and is the pivotal junction of travelling south to Woods Point or west to Eildon...
- Jeparit »
Regional township situated on the Wimmera River in Western Victoria
- Kalimna »
- Katamatite »
- Kerang »
- Commercial Hotel
- Former Kerang Hotel Motel
- Kevington »
- Kiata »
Small country town on the Western Highway approximately halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne
- Kilcunda »
Seaside Village, popular for fishing, hangliding and surfing.
Population of around 300.
- Kinglake »
Located 65 km north of Melbourne next to the beautiful 22,360 hectare park Kinglake National Park lying on the slopes of the Great Dividing Range
- Koo Wee Rup »
Reclaimed from marshlands at the head of Westernport Bay. Asparagus production, market gardens and dairying.
- Koroit »
Koroit, a long time farming town for potatoes and dairy farming, has continued to retain its Irish settled history and charm...
- Korumburra »
- Korumburra Hotel (Middle Pub)
- Kyabram »
Located 200 kilometres north of Melbourne in the Goulburn Valley
- Kyneton »
Located only 1 hour North/West of Melbourne on the Calder Highway
- Lake Bolac »
Small town located between Hamilton and Ballarat.
- Lakes Entrance »
- Lake Tyers Beach »
Popular coastal retreat
- Landsborough »
Located at the foot of the Pyrenees Ranges.
- Landsborough Hotel (Murphy's Country Pub)
- Lascelles »
Lascelles is a located about 113km from Swan Hilll
The 2006 census the stated that Lascelles had a population of 114...
- Launching Place »
Launching Place is approximately 60 kms east of Melbourne.
Launching Place, is home for a number of Berry Producers...
- Lavers Hill »
Laver's Hill is midway along the Great Ocean Road (G.O.R.), and in fact is not near the ocean at this point...
- Lavers Hill Roadhouse and Tavern
- Learmonth »
Township, located 23 km North West of Ballarat.
- Leongatha »
- Lilydale »
39 kilometres north-east of Melbourne on the Maroondah Highway. Near many fine wineries, and the Yarra Valley wine-growing region.
- Linton »
Located on the Glenelg Highway. A former gold mining area, named after a pioneering family.
- Lismore »
Lismore Victoria ,165 km west of Melbourne on the Hamilton Highway.
Firsty established as Brown's Water Hole and in 1853 was renamed Lismore after a town in Ireland
- Little River »
Small town on the railway line (near the Princes Highway) North East of Geelong. Once boasted 5 Hotels and was the inspiration for the "Little River Band"...
- Loch »
Loch Village was established in South Gippsland in 1876.
An entry point to Wilsons Promontory National Park
- Logan »
- Longwarry »
Named after the aboriginal word for divided waterhole
- Lorne »
Victorian seaside tourism destination on the Great Ocean Road
- Maindample »
Located on the Maroondah highway, west of Bonnydoon, Victoria
- Former Bridge Inn Hotel Motel
- Main Ridge »
- Mallacoota »
- Malmsbury »
Malmsbury is a town on the Old Calder Highway in central Victoria.Located 96 km north-west of Melbourne...
- Manangatang »
- Mangalore »
Located 2 hours north of Melbourne and served by the Mangalore Railway Station,
- Mansfield »
Mansfield sits at the foot of Mt Buller and Mt Stirling that dominates the landscape at the eastern exit from the main street, High St...
- Maryborough »
The Central Goldfields Shire is located at the geographical centre of Victoria. Its boundaries take in the townships of Maryborough, Carisbrook, Dunolly, Bealiba and Talbot.
- Marysville »
Marysville, 95km from Melbourne, and only 1 hour's drive from the eastern suburbs, is a long established timber town with tourist attrractions that have been enjoyed for years...
- McMahons Creek »
Just out from Reefton, is the Upper Yarra Reservoir, which breaks the journey of the Yarra River.
An interesting day to have visited the area, because the pictured red double decker bus was taking the engineer who designed the actual dam, on a memorable trip to commemorate his 80th birthday...
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