The Victorian coastline stretches for more than 1800 km washed by the powerful waters of the Southern Ocean and Bass strait. It takes in the wilderness coast and remote beaches of the state's far east,the sheltered lakes and inlets of Gippsland, the untouched bushland of Wilson's Promontory and wildlife have of Phillip Island. One of the world's great touring routes,the Great Ocean Road,traces the coast west to the border with South Australia.
Melbourne's magnificent Port Phillip is a haven for sailing and windsurfing,and the state has some of Australia's best surfing breaks,particularly around the famed Bells Beach area. A range of outstanding dive sites offers the change to explore the coast's rich and varied marine life. Fishing is plentiful right along the vast Gippsland coast,but particularly around the vast Gippsland Lakes district. A network of National Parks provides excellent walking and cheap hotel stay,
camping opportunities along much of Victoria's coast.Wildlife enthusiasts should head to Warrnambool for the seasonal migration of southern right wales,consider swimming with dolphins in Port Phillip or visit Phillip Island for the world -famous little penguin parade.travel insurance,
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