Places to Holiday in Victoria

If you are heading to Victoria, to live or travel, this page is set up by migrants to give you some ideas of where to camp, holiday or even visit for free.

From Mornington Peninsula to Mallacoota, and all of the amazing places in between, Victoria is renowned for its coffee, diverse landscapes and its many seasons.

The Victorian Government has a Park Stay Locator. This will show you all of the available parks in Vic along with the amenities at each park or convenient accommodation in the surrounding areas. To view the locator click the image in the Blue Box.

If you have found a gem of a spot to holiday, please fill out he below form so other migrants can enjoy what Victoria has to offer.

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Park Stay Locator

Road Trip Locations

Great Ocean Road with the O’Neils

Port Campbell with the O’Neils

Torquay Foreshore with Tullie

Torquay Foreshore 2 with Tullie

Walkerville North with Anne

Walkerville South with Anne

Andersons Inlet, South Gippsland with Anne

Cape Liptrap, South Gippsland with Anne

Lake Tyrrell with the Appletons

Jamieson with the Prossers

Great Ocean Road

David Carlton

Hanging Rock

David Carlton


A gold rush town in North/East Victoria. This town is all about the history. These photos are from the Beechworth Asylum where we wandered the gardens and Beechworth Sweet co. that acquired all my money on main street.

The Roberts Family

Macedon Ranges with Rob

Spring Hill overlooking the Macedon Ranges, central VIC.

Lots of native forests, the hanging rock and a great food and wine scene.

Mount Buffalo National Park

Amazing walking and bmx tracks.
The Gallaghers

Camping and Glamping

Tocumwal with the O’Neils

Tarra Valley, Best Friends Retreat

Dog friendly camping with multiple off leash areas and fenced sites. Luna had a ball!


Walkerville South with Anne


Mallacoota is the most northern point on the coast of Victoria. Its a small coastal town with a small main street and lots of nature. There are kangaroos on the golf coarse to make the game more interesting and plenty of beaches and lakes.

Lake Eildon

In the Alpine region of Victoria – so scenic.

Holly and Tom


Dandenong Ranges

I stayed in Monbulk at a little cottage surrounded by forest. The bush walks and markets are brilliant and its great to slow down a little. The plant nurseries are amazing. There is one with a tram cafe.




Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula is known as Melbournes play ground. I cant surf but I hear its great. The beaches are beautiful with lots of secret beaches and nature walks. Point Nepean you can stand between the ocean and the bay. There are lots of local markets and plenty to keep the kids and their adults busy. You can spend the day at the hot springs, wineries, breweries or the adventure parks.

Quay West Suites, Melbourne

If location when staying in Melbourne is everything, then you won’t go wrong here!  Epic views and a swimming pool and spa to chill out after a busy day exploring.

Bellbrae Country Club with Tullie

Bellbrae Country Club 2 with Tullie