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Tours, Sightseeing & Cruises

Great Ocean Road Small-Group Ecotour from Melbourne

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Great Ocean Road Reverse Itinerary Tour

Starting at$81

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Phillip Island Penguin, Brighton Beach, Moonlit Sanctuary from Melbourne

Starting at$105

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Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour from Melbourne

Starting at$104

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Rediscover Melbourne Tour

Starting at$52

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The Best of Melbourne Bike Tour

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Central Melbourne Walking Tour

Starting at$38

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Melbourne Bike Tour with Lunch

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Recent stories

Road trips

The 7 best road trips from Melbourne

6 min readPublished Jun 1, 2021

From mountain ranges to former gold mining towns, here's our pick of the best Victoria road trips from Melbourne.

Photo taken in Lorne, Australia
Wildlife and nature

Top 10 national parks in Australia

8 min readPublished Mar 15, 2021

With over 500 national parks, Australia is a nature lover's dream. We've narrowed the list down to our favorites, which feature everything from towering sand dunes to vertigo-inducing waterfalls, to majestic cliffs.

Mackenzie Falls at the Grampians National Park.
Adventure travel

Australia’s top 10 wild swimming spots

6 min readPublished Oct 9, 2020

Australia's best wild swimming spots are the ones you have all to yourself, even in the middle of summer.

Millaa Millaa Falls, Atherton Tableland, Queensland, Australia
Sustainable travel

Australia's bushfires: how travellers can help now

5 min readPublished Jan 16, 2020

Here's how travellers in Australia can do to help bushfire recovery right now and in the weeks and months to come.

Australia's bushfires: how travellers can help now
Adventure travel

Rock climbing in Australia: where to find the best routes and pitches

4 min readPublished Nov 6, 2019

Australia may be the world’s flattest continent, but it is packed with enough vertical topography to occupy any rock climber for many lifetimes.

Caught between a rock and a hard place, a climber working up a vertical chasm on Mt Arapiles, Victoria © Simon Carter / Getty Images