100+ UNIQUE OUTDOOR ACCOMMODATIONS READY TO BOOK IN Victoria
Top destinations in Victoria
Types of Glamping in Victoria
100+ Accommodations in Victoria
Visit Victoria, Australia
Victoria, in addition to the state of Queensland, is named after the widely-adored Queen Victoria, who ruled England for just over 60 years in the 19th century. Today, Victoria is one of the most vibrant hubs of modern Australian culture and attracts visitors from both Australia and abroad. Go glamping in Victoria and discover all the amazing outdoor locations in the state. Glampers on holiday here will have no problems filling their days with different outdoor adventures—from exploring along the Great Ocean Road and wine tasting through the Yarra Valley to spending a few days in the hills near Ballarat. From glamping near Melbourne to Mornington, Bendigo glamping to Lorne, these glamping rentals are some of the best holiday destinations in Victoria.
Things to do in Victoria: best outdoor activities
Victoria, and Melbourne in particular, have a near-perfect balance between natural and man-made wonders, which will have you scrambling to book your next trip as soon as possible. Visit Cape Otway and use it as a home base to explore the Great Ocean Road and enchanting destinations like the Great Otway National Park. While Phillip Island, which rests just off the coast of Melbourne, offers the infamous penguin parade; this nightly viewing of the penguins' walk home attracts visitors from around the world. The Yarra Valley is a well-established eno-tourism destination that will leave glampers gushing about the area’s Chardonnays and views of the Dandenong Ranges in the distance. From Phillip Island accommodations to easy weekend getaways from Melbourne, glamping gets you outside and near to some of the best things to do in Victoria.
Top attractions in Victoria
As the capital city of Victoria, Melbourne is a colorful, vibrant, and constantly evolving hotspot for tourists and residents alike. The region is bursting with talented young artists, musicians, and chefs from around the world, which has helped Melbourne rise to the top in numerous city rankings over the past 10 years. The festivities rarely stop for long here—whether it’s music, theater shows, design, or literature, there’s always something exciting happening to cater to everyone’s tastes. Outside of the city, you have amazing national parks to explore, including Port Campbell National Park which is home to some amazing scenery, rock formations, and stunning beaches. There is also the Yarra Valley, which has become well-known for its Chardonnay. Here you can visit wineries like Coombe Yarra Valley or De Bortoli Wines to participate in wine tastings.
Best time to visit Victoria
Australia may be notorious for its high temperatures during summer, but thankfully, Victoria ranks a little lower on the thermometer than its neighboring states. When planning a summer trip, be sure to remember that Victoria still has an average temperature of 26° Celsius (80° Fahrenheit), with some extreme summer days reaching nearly 37°C (100° F). Fortunately, there are numerous ways for glampers to escape the heat in Victoria—Melbourne, Bells Beach, Torquay, and Phillip Island all offer vast bodies of water for glampers to cool down in. Winters here are mild, and it rarely drops below 6°C (44°F) in June, the coldest month in Australia.
Top holiday destinations in Victoria
With a world full of natural wonders, Victoria is lucky to call itself home to more than one. While Melbourne and other cities like Geelong are popular holiday destinations, other outdoor location should not be missed. Holidays in Ballarat onr on Phillip Island, near the Twelve Apostles, or in Grampians National Park will not disappoint. Victoria is filled with amazing outdoor holiday destinations. Tower Hill Reserve is one such wonder and can be easily accessed on your journey along the Great Ocean Road. You’ll even see emus, kangaroos, koalas, and other local wildlife roaming through the remarkable landscape around you. The Buchan Caves, Beehive Falls Trail, Woolshed Falls, Murrundindi region, and Grampians Mountain Range are all unmissable destinations in this area of wild and exotic natural beauty.