Unique, quirky attractions in Victoria

Category: Inspiration, News, Date: 21 April 2022

Victoria, the art capital of the nation. With the beautiful scenery come the unique, quirky attractions exclusive to the southern state.

We compiled all our favourite spots to help you out on your next trip.

Lake Tyrell

Lake Tyrell is Victoria’s largest salt lake, offering a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the stars reflect as clearly as the sky.

This picturesque view is one you truly can’t miss.

The Great Aussie Beer Shed

Possibly one of Australia’s favourite museums (or maybe we’re just biased..), is the Great Aussie Beer shed.

An easy 2.5 hour drive from Melbourne, this place is worth the journey.

We’d recommend booking accommodation, just to be sure!

Bay of Islands

For a coastal switch up, check out the Bay of Islands.

This 32km stretch is littered with rock pools, scenic views and other hidden gems you have to see to believe.

Squeaky Beach

This place lives up to it’s name. Squeaky beach is filled with pristine, white, dry sand which gives a squeak when you walk on it.

This coastal paradise is an excellent, unique addition to your trip.

Plus, this is a great trip idea to bring friends along for a few laughs.

Peninsula Hot Springs

The Peninsula Hot Springs are the only natural hot springs found in Australia.

This brings a unique attraction to Victoria, and is worth adding to your trip.

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4 Responses to “Unique, quirky attractions in Victoria”

  1. Anonymous says:

    why not give the location of these places?
    Also peninsula hot springs is not the only natural hot spring in Australia. Douglas Hot spring in N.T. is an example of a NATURAL hot spring we have visited. nothing artificial about it.

    • Ella says:

      Hi Anonymous,
      thank you so much for your comment and thanks for the feedback.
      We have taken this on board and will use in future.
      Kind Regards!

  2. Susan Cook says:

    The largest salt lake in Victoria is Lake Corangamite in the South west not Lake Tyrell.

    • Ella says:

      Hi Susan, thank you so much for your feedback.
      We have taken in on board and will use in future.
      Kindest Regards!

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