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Where's the Best Easter Holiday Destination in Victoria?

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Published March 19th 2013
Easter always seems to come around far to quickly. It's a sign that about a quarter of the year is through and it is an opportunity to enjoy the last of the summer days. So where is the best place in Victoria to visit and why? There are so many places to visit, here are just a few.

The Great Ocean Road is always a good destination. With so many great spots along the way, there are plenty of activities for the kids as well. Somewhere such as Lorne, usually packed with people over the Christmas break, is a little less crowded over Easter.



If you travel around the other way out of Melbourne, you could try Wilsons Prom, or the Gippsland Lakes. Both have lots of water activities, and are great places to relax.

Wilsons Prom


Maybe beach destinations are not your thing and there are many inland regions of Victoria which are great places to relax also. Daylesford, Castlemaine, along the Murray River to name a few.

So, where's your favourite Easter break destination?

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Bendigo, for the Easter Parade with the fantastic Chinese dragon. Book your hotel early though!
by klpul (score: 0|2) 2434 days ago
PAYNESVILLE on the Gippsland Lakes is often overlooked on the way to Metung or Lakes Entrance, but it offers better facilities and waterfront rental properties without the crowds, even at Easter. Apart from boating and fishing, there are markets galore, and Bairnsdale is only 10 minutes up the road with its shops, cafes and picturesque river setting.
by abbyl (score: 2|115) 2432 days ago

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