Cheap flights to Victoria

A rough triangular-shaped state that lies in the southernmost of the eastern mainland of Australia, Victoria is half an hour ahead of its southern counterpart because it keeps up with the time of neighbouring South Wales and Tasmania.

The so-called “The Garden State” lives to its motto of “peace and prosperity”. Victoria rules under a constitutional monarch run by a governor and a premier. Victoria was named in honour of Queen Victoria who reigned in the British throne for 14 years since its establishment in 1851.

Victoria is composed of eight cities and six towns. The list of cities include Melbourne (the capital city), Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong, Shepparton, Swan Hill, Warrnambool, and Wodonga, while the towns are Bullarto, Euroa, Mildura, Wangaratta, Apollo Bay, and Daylesford.

Tourism in Victoria are brought by major events held, specifically with cultural and sports tourism. These events are mostly done in Melbourne. Other cities, however, also have these events like the Phillip Island where the V8 Supercars and Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix are held. The Australian International Airshow at Geelong and the Grand Annual Steeplechase at Warrnambool are also some of the examples.

Overall, Victoria has made a huge impact to the whole of Australia in terms of tourism, economy, and governance.

What to see & do

Beautiful destinations await tourists in the region of Victoria. In Melbourne, the inner city suburbs are known for great shopping finds. At the city centre, you can check attractions such as the Melbourne Zoo, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Aquarium, Crown Casino, Werribee Open Range, Healesville Sanctuary, and Scienceworks.

Enjoy an afternoon at Melbourne’s tourism precincts at the Southbank, St. Kilda, and Melbourne Docklands. Cultural and sporting tourist icons in Melbourne like the East End Theatre District, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Arts Centre Melbourne, and the National Gallery of Victoria are also open to public.

For beach bums, the region has over 2,000 kilometres of beach coastline. Aside from the waters, there are natural attractions that boast of Australia’s eco-tourism. Some of which are the Twelve Apostles, Wilsons Promontory, The Grampians, the fairy penguins at Phillip Island and St. Kilda, the Gippsland Lakes, and Buchan Caves.

Discover fun under the sun at the Mornington Peninsula. Sip a glass of wine straight from their wineries and play golf at the same time.

How to get around within Victoria

Navigate around Victoria with its integrated transportation system, the Metlink. The Metlink serves passengers by bus, tram, and train network.

You may also transfer from one town to another easily by land because of the short distances and developed network in Australia. You can tour around Victoria with a rental car without passing through dirt or gravel roads.

If you opt to take a train, be sure to remember your destination and where in the five regions it is located. The regions are divided into Northern Victoria, North Eastern Victoria, Eastern Victoria, South Western Victoria, and Western Victoria.

If you have a bike in tow with you, you may load it inside a bus but you have to ask the coaches first if there is an available storage for it.

How to get there

The main entry point for Victoria is Melbourne, which means you can access it via Melbourne (Tullamarine) Airport. The airport has direct flights going to and from all major Australian cities and international destinations. It serves as a hub for major carriers like Jetstar Airways, Qantas, Regional Express Airlines, Tigeair Australia, and Virgin Australia.

Another option is to fly to Avalon Airport which serves the cities of Melbourne and Geelong. Avalon Airport, however, only caters to domestic flights.

Flights to Victoria

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