Victoria is the 2nd largest state in terms of population with 4.6 million people, although the landsize is comparatively small at 227,000 sq km. The entire state is located within the temperate zone with Melbourne the capital city on Port Phillip Bay. Victoria is 10 hours ahead of GMT sharing the same time zone as NSW,Queensland,Tasmania and the ACT.
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East VictoriaEast Victoria
Coastal and east country Victoria is dotted with quaint towns, beautiful coastline and rugged bushland. Includes Melbourne, Morwell, Sale, Bainsdale, Lakes Entrance, Wodonga, Seymour, Shepparton, High Country.[Feature Story]
West VictoriaWest Victoria
Western Victoria is a land of contrasts. Remote coastal locations constantly battered by the swells of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean, the Desert areas of the northwest, and the history rich areas of Ballarat and Bendigo.

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Border TrackBorder Track
This track follows a section of the state border between Victoria and South Australia. A mostly sandy track with dunes provides you with a remote location for testing self and equipment without travelling deeper into the outback.
This is generally an easy 4WD trek taking in the coastal country of Victoria's south-east from Cann River and Wingan Inlet to the beautiful town of Mallacoota.
Drouin to Woods PointDrouin to Woods Point
This is a great day/weekend trip close to Melbourne that is both easy and interesting. Suitable for small 4WDs but worthwhile for experienced offroaders too with plenty to see and do for all the family.
Located 260 kms west of Melbourne, the Grampians have a lot to offer the traveller. Spectacular rock formations, mountains and scenery make it a popular getaway. For the 4wder, there are numerous 4wd tracks to explore.
High Country - Corryong to OmeoHigh Country - Corryong to Omeo
A great trek in the Vic High Country with a crossing of the Murray River. Travel through a range of fauna & altitudes. Views of Kosciusko abound from the summits of Mt’s. Pinnibar & Gibbo.
High Country - Woods Point to PorepunkahHigh Country - Woods Point to Porepunkah
This route enables you to travel directly from Woods Point to Wonnangatta Valley in 3 days, experiencing challenging 4WDing, ever-changing mountain scenery, historic cattlemans huts and peaceful rivers throughout the entire journey.
Lindsay IslandLindsay Island
Set within the Murray-Sunset National Park with easy access and natural beauty, abundant wildlife and river frontage campsite locations, Lindsay Island is the perfect place for a remote camping and driving experience.
Mount StirlingMount Stirling
This is a great little trek through the heart of the high country taking in Mount Stirling and the excellent diversions from the loop road that tracks around the mountain.
Murray Valley HwyMurray Valley Hwy
The Murray Valley Highway is one of Victoria's longest thoroughfares and essentially traces the Murray River wholly on the Victorian side of the border. This road based trek starting at Yarrawonga, takes in many towns, lakes, forests and reserves before finishing at the orange capital of Australia - Mildura.
A fantastic weekend trip from Melbourne. Great opportunities to engage 4WD, fish, swim, surf and walk. Features the Great Ocean Road, the Otways National Park and the Angahook-Lorne State Park.
Pink LakesPink Lakes
The Pink Lakes are just one interesting part of this trek through the Murray-Sunset National Park and adjacent Hattah-Kulkyne NP in the Victorian desert country just south of Mildura.
Pyrenees RangePyrenees Range
Known as the ‘Natural Garden of Victoria’, the Pyrenees Range has scenic beauty - verdant grasslands and cool running streams, whilst offering wine connoisseurs some of the finest Sauvignon and Shiraz wines in the country. Take an enjoyable trip through the Pyrenees and discover the magic.
Vic High CountryVic High Country
This is a great trek through the Victorian High Country where you'll experience some of our most spectacular mountain areas. See high country huts, spectacular views and participate in challenging four-wheel driving.[Feature Story]

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