Posts Tagged ‘travel victoria’

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Lal Lal Falls, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Nick   Lal Lal Falls is located in the Moorabool area near to Ballarat in Victoria, Australia, about 117km west of Melbourne.   Lal Lal Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the Lal Lal Falls Reserve with an impressive drop into a massive, rocky gorge. The sight of the…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Hanging Rock, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Lauren Fowler   Hanging Rock (also known as Mount Diogenes, Dryden’s Rock) is located near the townships of Woodend and Mount Macedon in central Victoria, Australia, 76 km northwest of Melbourne.   Hanging Rock, a former volcano about 718m above sea level, is one of the best examples of a volcanic plug…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – South Gippsland, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Aiin Ojani   South Gippsland is a well-watered region consisting of low, rolling hills located in the southeastern tip of Victoria, Australia, approximately 160 km southeast of Melbourne.   South Gippsland is known for its fertile rolling farmland, short perennial rivers, useful seasonal creeks, good quality groundwater, lush ferny rainforests, eucalypt and mountain…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Lake Wendouree, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Jake Bolton   Lake Wendouree is located in the city of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, approximately 118 km northwest of Melbourne.   Lake Wendouree is a popular local recreational area for more than 150 years. The lake offers a wide range of attractions and recreational activities including the Ballarat Botanical Gardens, Steve Moneghetti…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Redwood Forest, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Aiin Ojani   Redwood Forest is located just 15min drive from the township of Warburton in Victoria, Australia, approximately 85 km east of Melbourne.   Redwood Forest is home to 1476 stunning Californian Redwood Tree, some up to 55m in high. Planted back in 1930 as part of an experiment by the…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Mount Bogong, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Arriane Fritz   Mount Bogong is located in the Alpine National Park, part of the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range in Victoria, Australia, approximately 373 km northeast of Melbourne.   At 1986m, Mt Bogong is the highest mountain in Victoria and the pinnacle of the Alpine National Park. The track…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Split Point Lighthouse, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Nick   Split Point Lighthouse is located in Aireys Inlet, a small coastal town on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia, approximately 125 km southwest of Melbourne.   Split Point Lighthouse is 34 meters tall and 66 metre above sea level. It was constructed in 1891 and still has its original construction…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Portsea, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Dennis Yuliadinata   Portsea is a bayside town on the most western side of the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia, approximately 60 kilometres south of the Melbourne.   Portsea is located on a thin strip of land just 2 kilometres in width, fronting the calm waters of Port Phillip in the north…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – St Kilda, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Philip Chong   St Kilda is an inner suburb of Melbourne located in the City of Port Phillip, approximately 6km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District in Victoria, Australia.   St Kilda was named by Charles La Trobe, after a schooner, Lady of St Kilda, which moored at the main beach for…

Read More

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Wannon Falls, VIC

Collaboration with STRUTHer Jarrod Andrews   Wannon Falls is a punchbowl waterfall located in the Southern Grampians Shire, approximately 19 kilometres west of Hamilton, in Western Victoria, Australia.   Wannon Falls is an exceptional phenomenon of nature. Its formation resulted from the directional flow of lava to Wannon River. Wannon Falls plunges over a basalt lava…

Read More