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The weather in Vicotia
This is the climate diagram in Vicotia. January is the warmest month of the year in Vicotia with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 27°. June is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 6°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Enjoy an exciting Australian escape with holiday cottages in Victoria
Located in south-eastern Australia, Victoria is the most densely populated state in the country. The state is bordered by Tasmania to the south and New South Wales to the north. Victoria is an incredible holiday destination known for its spectacular landscapes, wild rainforests, vast deserts, golden beaches, great food and lively cities.
Containing the famous stretches of the Great Ocean Road and the Murray River, as well as the wonderful city of Melbourne, Victoria is an immensely popular place to visit. Kick-start your holiday in Melbourne, and soon you’ll realise why the city is considered to be the cultural capital of Australia.
While in the city, admire iconic landmarks, attend a concert, visit art galleries or museums, and sample diverse cuisine influenced by various cultures. Boasting all the comforts of home, holiday cottages in Victoria offer self-contained, relaxing accommodation for families and small groups alike.
Food and cuisine in Victoria
Experience Victoria's mix of cultures in its myriad of cafes, bistros, restaurants, and bars. Whether you're looking for modern, traditional, or exotic flavours, Victoria's eclectic food scene will cater to every taste and budget. Enjoy your food and drink in Victoria from the well-known wineries of the Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula to Melbourne's fine-dining restaurants and Murray's beautiful riverside cafes.
Southbank boasts some of the best fine dining restaurants in the state. Situated in Crown Towers Melbourne, The Atlantic by Chef Nick Mahlook is one of them and serves the finest Australian seafood. Abla's Restaurant in Elgin Street is one of Melbourne’s best-loved restaurants offering authentic Lebanese dishes, and Akachochin in South Wharf offers a welcoming environment to enjoy beautiful Japanese food and sake.
Savour traditional Turkish dishes, such as the Adana, the Ottoman lamb at Arabian Nights. Ants Bistro at Corrs Lane offers Asian delicacies including satay skewers, san choi bao, and fried calamari. Bamboo House is known for its Northern Chinese cuisine and her you can feast on gourmet Cantonese treats like tea smoked duck, pot stickers, Peking duck, and steamed scampi.
Explore the art and cultural scene in Victoria
Melbourne is a city buzzing with vibrant arts and culture. Head to the Southbank, Melbourne's premier culture destination; where you will find Arts Centre Melbourne (known for its performing arts in Victoria), Malthouse Theatre (a venue dedicated to performing arts), Melbourne Recital Centre (a site for musical performance and concerts), MTC (Australia's oldest theatre company), and more.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is worth checking out. The collection encompasses Australian Aboriginal art and artefacts, colonial and contemporary art. Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is the leading contemporary art gallery in the country and an excellent platform for artists, enthusiasts, and thinkers of the visual arts.
Heide Museum of Modern Art is a fantastic platform for modern and traditional art and boasts beautiful gardens, dedicated exhibition spaces, a sculpture park, traditional kitchen gardens, and a shop. Located in Swan Hill, Pioneer Settlement offers great insight into Australian history. Be sure to visit the Chinese Museum in Melbourne's Chinatown, which exhibits the culture and history of the Chinese community in Australia.
Sites to explore and things to do
The Great Ocean Road along the south-eastern coast is one of the most scenic coastal drives in Australia. Visitors will experience breathtaking seascapes, plunging cliffs, and gorgeous beaches. It is also home to the craggy limestone rock formations known as the 12 Apostles and Bells Beach – a world-class surfing hotspot.
The coastal regions of Victoria feature sandy bays, rugged cliffs, golden sands, fabulous rock formations, and pristine ocean beaches. The Mornington Peninsula is famous for both safe swimming and exhilarating surf beaches. Some of the must-see beaches include Blairgowrie, Dromana, Safety Beach, and Frankston.
Wine enthusiasts can take a trip to the Shadowfax Winery or Galli Estate Winery to sample some of the finest wines. Nature lovers will love to spend some time at the Royal Botanic Gardens or the St. Kilda Botanical Garden. Kids will enjoy a world of colour, creativity, and building fun at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Melbourne.
Festivals of Victoria
Sugar Mountain is an annual music and art festival in Melbourne featuring the best in contemporary music, new media, and visual art. The festival focuses on creating an environment that builds bridges between different mediums.
Falls Festival is one of Victoria's oldest Festivals held during New Year’s Eve in Lorne on The Great Ocean Road. The festival includes world-class music, creative installations, visual art performances, pop-up bars, and lots more.
The Melbourne International Jazz Festival is an annual jazz festival that takes place in multiple venues throughout Melbourne. This Festival aims to provide a leading platform for performance, collaboration, engagement, and education within jazz music.
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