Although the weather is frosty, there are so many places in Victoria to explore this winter.
With a packed calendar of events on offer around the state, there is something to delight Victorians of all ages.
Legendary wheelchair tennis coach Greg Crump and four-times Australian Open champion Heath Davidson have watched the sport grow over the decades.
Mansfield’s Highline Mountain Bike Festival hits the world circuit with Australia’s first multi-discipline mountain bike competition.
Heywood’s famous sky-high water tower has transformed into a towering tribute recognising Gunditjmara war heroes.
Ballarat is fast becoming a hub for creatives, turning lanes into art galleries, bank buildings into studios and cul-de-sacs into exhibition spaces.
VIDEO: Traditional Owners of Buchan Caves Reserve were severely affected by the 2019/20 bushfires, but rebuilding has embedded cultural practices.
The state is back open for business with the long weekend marking the return of major events in Victoria.
In a coup for regional Victoria, Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale will host the Archibald Prize 2021 from 8 October.
A new hot springs resort and swimming pool are highlighting the potential of naturally heated water sitting under Gippsland.
VIDEO: A new exhibition of all your favourite Disney characters is now showing at Federation Square.
A selection of six of the best events from a thoroughly stellar line-up, happening at Midsumma Festival between 19 April and 5 May.
When the moon rises above the horizon from 26 May to 6 June, the city of Melbourne will come alive after dark with a new winter festival.
A new guide for prospectors has just been released, full of tips and tricks for anyone interested in having some fossicking fun.
Mirka Mora’s famously colourful, uplifting art spanning a 70-year career celebrates love, hope and resilience.
VIDEO: The Mallacoota bushfires destroyed Carol & Paul family business, but a grant from the Victorian Government helped them get back on their feet.
VIDEO: The new and improved Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square is now open. Take our tour.
After its first season was cut short in 2020 due to coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, Come From Away has made an emotional return to the stage.