Tourism Victoria launches new Wine Regions of Victoria guide and iPhone app
Tourism Victoria has just launched the newest edition of its official Wine Regions of Victoria guide and, for the first time, it will also be available in iPhone app format.
Compound Interest Centre for Applied Arts
A group of Melbourne's most interesting artists, designers and bespoke artisans can now be found in one place - at the Compound Interest Centre for Applied Arts, a new independent artist-run venture that recently opened in a warehouse in the back streets of Collingwood.
Hidden Secrets Tours launches new Melbourne Café Culture Walk
Melbourne's love affair with freshly roasted coffee continues with the launch of the new Melbourne Café Culture Walk from Hidden Secrets Tours.
New drinking and dining delights in St Kilda
A series of new drinking and dining experiences in St Kilda has revitalised this summery beachside suburb, a long-time favourite for tourists – into a cool cosmopolitan destination that offers something for everyone.
New Food Fossicking Guide to Bendigo and the region
Visitors to the Central Victorian Goldfields can uncover the best 'foodie' gems in Bendigo and beyond with the new Food Fossicking Guide to Bendigo and the Region.
80th anniversary of the Penguin Parade celebrated with Guinness World Record attempt
Phillip Island Nature Parks will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for building the biggest Little Penguin burrow as part of its 'Penguin month' celebrations commemorating the 80th anniversary of the first Penguin Parade.
Under the radar
Our monthly round up of 'hidden gems' - quirky and interesting new discoveries as well as creative people, products and events that might have escaped your notice
Wining and Dining Hotspots
Specialty beers and nose-to-tail menu at Josie Bones, the new Smith Street bar from Masterchef contestants Chris Badenoch and Julia Jenkins; Tobie Puttock opens Kitchen Cat; Cheong Liew at The Botanical and great riverside dining at new Middle Eastern bar and restaurant Byblos (WTC Wharf).
Best beer gardens in Victoria
Enjoy the warmer months with a cleansing ale at these great summer watering holes in Melbourne and regional Victoria.
Walks in Nature: Melbourne uncovers Victoria’s many natural attractions
Newly released 'deck of cards' set Walks in Nature: Melbourne offers a great short cut for visitors wanting explore Victoria's abundant nature-based attractions and experiences.
Villages of Victoria - A guide to Dinner Plain
Sitting 1,500 metres above sea level, Victoria's winter wonderland Dinner Plain offers indulgence and adventure even during the warmer months.
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