Stay warm this winter
This winter let nature be your backdrop while you stay warm and dry. Uncover Victoria’s history when you visit a historic site or spend the night in nature in roofed accommodation. Take a long and scenic drive through nature.
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Winter is a great time to visit historic sites. You can be inside, but still be surrounded by incredible nature. Plus, you can learn some new and fascinating facts about Victoria’s history at the same time! Explore Werribee Mansion, Coolart Homestead or the Quarantine Station. There’s also plenty to explore in the parks that form a backdrop to these historic places.
Discover more on our historic sites page.
Popular parks with historic sites:
As the temperature drops, it’s easy to see why many people put away the camping gear and choose accommodation that keeps you warm and dry in winter. But that doesn’t mean you have to cross-off national parks and miss out on some truly unique places to stay. Relax indoors and enjoy the benefits of nature right on your doorstep.
Find your next weekend in nature on our accommodation page.
Parks with roofed accommodation:
Stay warm in your car while seeing Victoria’s diverse landscape and visit picturesque towns along the way. Head along Victoria’s most iconic drive, the Great Ocean Road, and explore Great Otway National Park. Or journey to the eastern-most point in Victoria, stopping in at Croajingolong National Park. If you’re planning to drive to Victoria’s alpine areas, make sure you are well prepared, including carrying snow chains. Check conditions before you leave home and remember that seasonal road closures may apply.
Find more roadtrips on our long drives page.