So you are thinking of visiting Queenscliff

Queenscliff, a seaside resort on the Bellarine Peninsula is a very popular beachside destination steeped in a rich heritage characterised by elegant hotels, guesthouses, galleries, restaurants, cafes, a fine golf course, ferries and wide streets with terraced houses. It has both bay and surf beaches. It still has 19th-century stone and timber fisherman’s cottages, and a working wharf, boat builders...

So you are thinking of visiting Maryborough in Victoria

Maryborough is located around 160 km north-west of Melbourne via the Calder and Pyrenees Highways. Originally a goldmine township it is now the home to over 8,000 people. Attractions include The Railway Station made famous by Mark Twain’s comment ‘a railway station with a town attached’ which now houses the Antique Emporium, Worsley Cottage the Midlands Historical Society, Central Goldfields...

So you are thinking of visiting Maldon

Maldon is like stepping 100 years into the past. Very few towns have kept their historic look and feel as well as Maldon has. In fact it was the first Victorian town to be classified by the National Trust. Wide verandahs, large shade trees, flagstone paving and original style shop fronts provide a streetscape that will make you feel like...

So you are thinking of visiting the Victorian Goldfields

The Victorian Goldfields are the legacy from the discovery of gold in Victoria’s central region in the 1800s.  The townships include Avoca, Ballarat, Bendigo, Castlemaine, Clunes, Creswick, Dunolly, Maldon, Maryborough and Heathcote.  It is an area rich in history with much of the past wealth on display especially in the Victorian streetscapes of Bendigo and Ballarat.  The great hotels and...

So you are thinking of visiting Creswick

Don’t be fooled into thinking Creswick is just a petrol stopover between towns (although it usually has the cheapest fuel around).  It’s lake is comparable to Daylesford’s although hard to find. The dining is exceptional (you must try the authentic French pastries and the surrounding countryside magnificent. The historic township of Creswick is located on the Midland Highway around 15...

So you are thinking of visiting Castlemaine

Castlemaine is a rural town around an hour from Melbourne along the Calder Highway.  It is a vibrant town with restaurants, cafes, accommodation and even it’s own Movie Theatre.   It is known as the hotrod capital of Australia and is home to the Castlemaine Gaol. Castlemaine offers a vibrant country town with every modern convenience. The town maintains its beautiful...

So you are thinking of visiting Ararat

Ararat is an old gold mining town in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains. A rural city with magnificent views of the surrounding country Ararat is close to some of Victoria’s most significant National and State Parks, as well as a number of other reserves and lakes. Ararat’s main street (lined with grapevines growing up the verandah posts) offers shopping...