|Most expensive month:||March|
|Average price in Victoria:||$207/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$16/night|
|Most expensive day:||Sunday|
Ibis Budget Melbourne Cbd
97-103 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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22 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
44 Spencer Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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265 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Home to stunning coastline, wild mountain scenery and Australia’s trendiest city, Victoria is a state unlike any other. Opportunities to discover Australia’s “Great Outdoors” are abundant, from cruising down the iconic Great Ocean Road to sampling local drops at the boutique wineries of the Yarra Valley.
A Murray River cruise is a great way to relax and unwind while soaking up the lovely coastal scenery of the Mornington Peninsula is a guaranteed way to slow down the pace. Visitors love to get up close and personal with fairy penguins on Phillip Island, while gold rush towns like Bendigo unlock access to Australia’s colonial past. For a walk on Victoria’s wild side, escaping to places like High Country and Grampians National Park is eternally popular with both locals and tourists alike.
Victoria is well connected by a network of roads and highways, which makes road-tripping the easiest and most exciting way to travel the state. In Melbourne, riding a tram is a rite of passage, though walking is by far one of the best ways to explore the hidden laneways, hole-in-the-wall cafes and stylish boutiques that pepper the city.
Fêted as Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne is a mecca for visitors in search of something beyond sun-kissed beaches. It serves up an inspired culinary scene, as well as what’s arguably Australia’s best artisan coffee. Visitors will also find world class shopping, featuring everything from independent boutiques to branded factory outlets.
Our travellers prefer to stay in places like Melbourne, Geelong, and Phillip Island while in Victoria.
118 reviews rated Together Co-Living with an average score of 8.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the Pan Pacific Melbourne, which received a rating of 8.9/10 from 2,121 reviews. Mantra Tullamarine could also be a good option, with a score of 8.2/10 from 1,846 reviews.
If you are looking for Victoria hotels close to bars and restaurants, Melbourne city centre is a great option for your stay. Visitors to the area will find plenty of places to eat in and around the city centre, including well-known establishments like Scopri and Hochi Mama. If you’re looking for affordable hotels in Victoria near Melbourne city centre, options like Space Hotel or ibis Melbourne Hotel & Apartments will put you just a short distance from these eateries and many more. If you plan to stay outside Melbourne, areas like Ballarat and Warrnambool also have plenty to offer. For instance, Gateway Motor Inn Warrnambool is situated just a short drive from the well-known Dragon Inn Restaurant. Meanwhile, Eastern Hotel, in Ballarat, is located close to restaurants like Red Lion and kid-friendly places like Table 48.
Victoria has plenty of great spots to visit with family. Areas like Geelong and Torquay are great for beach holidays and have plenty of Victorian accommodation options close to kid-friendly attractions. If you plan to visit Geelong, hotels like Riverglen Holiday Park or The Sphinx are ideal choices. Riverglen Holiday Park, in particular, is great for kids and has outdoor swimming and play facilities. Both hotels are situated just a quick drive from the Eastern Beach Reserve and a bit further from attractions like Saltwater Coast Crocodile Park. Slightly further down the coast, you will also find plenty of hotels offering great access to sandy beaches that kids will love. Hotels like Point Lonsdale Guest House or Ocean Grove Holiday Park are good choices and will put you just a brief walk from the shore.
Visitors will find a wide range of things to do in Victoria, from hiking trails to city destinations to coastal resorts. If you plan to stay in Melbourne, the Royal Botanic Gardens is definitely worth a visit. You will also find plenty of places nearby to shop and great museums to visit, like the National Gallery of Victoria. For accommodation in Victoria near these spots, try hotels like Mercure North Melbourne or Torlano Hotel. For keen hikers, hotels in areas like Mornington are also good. Mornington Hotel is located just a short drive from the Mornington Peninsula, which features scenic coastal walks. Victoria also has lots of interesting historical sites, such as the Sovereign Hill living history town in Ballarat. Hotels like Quest Ballarat or Ballarat Lake Inn are located a short drive from Sovereign Hill.
Victoria is a great place to visit if you love hiking, exploring nature spots and enjoying the great outdoors. Tourists in Victoria will find numerous national parks, with trails to explore and hotels located conveniently nearby. Hotel Shamrock in Bendigo is located a reasonable drive from Greater Bendigo National Park, where visitors can see Aboriginal artefacts and forest surroundings. Bendigo is also home to the Central Deborah Gold Mine, where visitors can take a tour of the disused underground shafts. Tourists in Victoria can also visit Grampians National Park, Errinundra National Park and Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park. For hotels near these locations, try Grampians Historic Tobacco Kiln or Rivendell East Gippsland.