Travel Guide Vic
Victoria, in the south-east of Australia, is the most densely populated state in the country. But that’s not the only remarkable thing about this fascinating place. It is also home to some extremely scenic places that provide a visual and experiential treat to any travelers who visit here during their Australia tour packages. Here are some of the most gorgeous locations you must explore in Victoria, whether you are a nature enthusiast, a landscape lover or would simply like to witness some glorious sights.
The Grampians National Park is renowned for its stunning rugged scenery and mountainous terrain. Spread throughout this park, are a number of amazingly scenic lookouts that you can reach via walking trails or by car or even thrilling treks that take you over sandstone ridges and between unusual rock formations to reward you with unbelievably beautiful vistas. Some of the most popular viewpoints include those at Mount Sturgeon, Mount Stapylton, Boronia Peak and The Pinnacle. If you’re not up for walking and trekking and are travelling by car you should visit Boroka, Reed and Mount William which are easily accessible by road.
From serene lakes and frothing rivers, to majestic sand dunes and rugged deserts to beautiful red gum forests and breathtaking sunsets, the range of landscapes you can encounter at The Murray will have you reaching for your camera repeatedly, just to capture the magnificent beauty of your surroundings. One of the highlights in the area that you should definitely try to catch is the view of the confluence of the Murray and Darling rivers that provides a mesmerizing display of swirling waters. This amazing spectacle is best seen from the viewing tower at Junction Park in Wentworth, so make sure to take some time out during your Australia tour packages to visit Junction Park.
Home to some of Australia’s most beautiful alpine scenery, High Country offers views of rugged mountains, rolling snow plains, lakes, rivers and fantastic viewpoints where you can cherish the beauty of nature. Some the most recommended lookouts in this area are Danny’s Lookout on Mount Hotham, Power’s Lookout, Tawonga Gap, and various view points on the summits Mount McKay, Mount Buller, and Mount Stirling.
You might find your time filled with all the activities there are to do in Beechworth. Perhaps take a leisurely stroll while a tour guide tells dramatic tales of the gold rush days, or enjoy the sights as you go bike riding. Perhaps enjoy a day on the golf course or cool off with some swimming. Try some gold panning or bushwalking to relive those days gone by. While participating in these activities you will be able to take in all the beautiful surroundings.
Be sure to check up on the many animals and the like that could be in the region. It is a precautionary step you may wish to take if you are not familiar with the area and are planning on spending your time outdoors to ensure your safety. You will find your stay enjoyable and will look forward to your next trip to Victoria.