Each year more than 300,000 people visit Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Some fly here in an hour, others take 24, but all leave with a sense of the unique food and wine landscape that makes our state Australia's culinary heart.

Melbourne (Metro)

Melbourne... a city obsessed.

Mornington Peninsula

Perched between two bays, the Mornington Peninsula has a pleasant microclimate tempered by the water.

Great Ocean Road

Visitors from around the world come to drive the Great Ocean Road.

Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges

Follow the Yarra River from the heart of Melbourne, through...


As well as its vibrant gold rush history, the Goldfields region has a rich history of food...


The Grampians are great waves of ancient sandstone covered in forest intertwined with...


From the foothills of the alps, to the Gippsland Lakes, clear rivers pristine beaches, Gippsland...

The Murray

The Murray River meanders its way around Victoria's north alongside historic port towns...

High Country

Fertile valleys greet forest-cloaked mountains, offering spectacular bushwalking and sightseeing.

Greater Melbourne

Our city's greatest heritage is its green fringe.

Daylesford and Macedon Ranges

From the deep rich, chocolate brown soils of the Central Highlands...

Phillip Island

The calm waters of Westernport Bay lap this pleasant green island, while the surf of Bass...