Victoria has some seriously impressive drives for when the MotoGP™ ends. Join an experienced race driver on a few laps around the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit then head off to witness some of Victoria's most spectacular scenery. Tackle the hairpin turns of the renowned Great Ocean Road, and sample a taste of the Mornington Peninsula lifestyle.
South East Touring Route
The South East Touring Route spares you the tough decisions and allows you to enjoy an urban adventure in Melbourne's laneways, the wineries and beaches of the Mornington Peninsula as well as Yarra Valley's vineyards and wildlife. With part of the route looping through Phillip Island it's an easy way to see the best bits of Victoria.
Combine the best of Europe's coastal living with traditional Aussie charm on the Mornington Peninsula, easy to reach from Phillip Island. Explore the galleries, spas and cafes in breezy seaside villages, cool off with a day on the beach, or escape to the hinterland for gourmet delights at boutique wineries.
Around the Bay Touring Route
Enjoy a relaxing drive around Port Phillip Bay and take in everything from historic villages and beautiful beaches to stunning coastal scenery and local wildlife. You get the best bits of Melbourne, Geelong and historic Queenscliff before crossing the bay on the Queenscliff-Sorrento Car and Passenger Ferry and discovering the delights of the Mornington Peninsula.
Food & wine
Taste your way around Victoria to find your favourite meal and a wine to take home. Victoria is blessed with delicious fresh produce that's cooked up by superstar chefs at acclaimed restaurants and matched to some of Australia's best wines. It all tastes better when eaten outside in the company of friends to the sounds of live music.
There's no need to come down from MotoGP highs with Victoria's packed calendar of events making sure there's plenty to see, do and experience every day. Melbourne buzzes with theatre, exhibitions, concerts, festivals and sporting events, drawing guests from across Australia and around the globe. Life's worth celebrating in Melbourne and Victoria.