Victoria , Australia , Site to See, Attractions and Things To Do
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  • Ballarat: Once you've explored Ballarat's past and present, there's a whole region to discover. The city lies close to the Great Ocean Road and to the heart of some of central Victoria's finest attractions: the spectacular Grampians, the wineries of the Pyrenees, and historic mining towns such as Clunes and Creswick.
  • Gold Treasury Museum: This museum tells the story of Victorian gold from the diggings until it left the colony. The exhibition describes how the new found riches shaped Melbourne's future. Contact: Gold Treasury Museum, Old Treasury Spring Street, Melbourne Victoria Australia 3000. Ph: +61 (0)3 9651 2233
  • Melbourne Aquarium: The Melbourne Aquarium is located in the heart of the city of Melbourne, on the banks of the Yarra River. Contact: Cnr Queenswharf Rd & King St, Melbourne, Victoria 3000 Australia Phone: +61 3 9620 0999 Admin: +61 3 9923 5999 Fax: +61 3 9620 0222
  • Melbourne Australia: Melbourne's leading information destination for Business & Travellers plus direct links to tourism, entertainment, hospitality and industry operators.
  • Mount Buller: One of Australia's best ski areas full of resorts to make your visit comfortable. The snowfields are vast and varied from gentle beginner slopes to spectacular double black diamond chutes
  • Mount Hotham: Mount Hotham is Australia's highest ski resort and offers outstanding ski and snowboarding terrain, first class resort facilities, and scenery that will take your breath away.
  • Murray River Region: The River Murray flows through the centre of lower Southern Australia, breathing life into the land around it - it is part of one of the largest river systems in the world. There is so much for the visitor to see and do. The romantic history of the river, is recaptured in museums, and restored paddle steamers. There are all water sports imaginable, from water skiing to canoeing.
  • Museum of Victoria: Museum Victoria is Victoria's State Museum, which cares for the State's vast and priceless natural science, Indigenous, social history and science and technology collections. The overall size of these collections is estimated at approximately 16 million individual items. Based in Melbourne, Museum Victoria runs four museums at three separate locations, as well as providing extensive outreach and Internet services. Museum Victoria also acts as custodian for the Royal Exhibition Building, the oldest and most complete surviving example of a 19th century international exhibition hall.

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