Have you heard of experiential tourism? With the help of Visit Victoria we have a summary of some of the best tourist ‘experiences’ in Victoria.
The Spring Racing Carnival is a Victorian manufacturer’s time to shine with bespoke fashion headwear and socks to food, wine and transport.
A new exhibition, Perfection, is affirming our city as an innovative leader in technology.
The first of Melbourne’s new series of Art Trams took to the tracks in Richmond today. View our gallery of images from the launch event.
The Royal Melbourne Show is a beloved Melbourne event. This year Agriculture Victoria are one of the sponsors. We capture some of the highlights.
Buy local this Father’s Day to support Victorian businesses
For a road trip with a quirky art angle, head to the 200 km Silo Art Trail in the Wimmera Mallee.
From shopping and entertainment to culture and sport – and everything in between – there’s something for every visitor to Melbourne.
We check in with the chief of AirAsia, Tony Fernandes, about the first overseas flights planned later this year from Avalon Airport.
Six Victorian communities have been given a creative shot in the arm by the Small Town Transformations art project.
Hit the road and get your art fix out of town in Geelong, Ballarat, Bendigo or Horsham this winter.
A surprise hit with Chinese tourists chasing the perfect photo, Victoria’s largest salt lake is set for a $2.58 million facelift.
On Easter Monday, the running of the 137th Stawell Gift again put western Victoria on the national stage, boosting local businesses big and small.
The smell of fuel trackside, the beast-like snarl of engines, a huge and excited crowd … the iconic Formula 1 is once again rolling into Melbourne.
There’s plenty to keep wine aficionados satisfied in this year’s Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, on from Friday 16 to Sunday 25 March.
Love dining out? Then take a seat at the 26th Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, which kicks off on 16 March with events right across the state.
This year’s Australian Open tournament promises greater viewing numbers from around the globe.
Victorian Government funding is helping to put Victorian regions on the international wine appreciation map.