Cheap flights to Victoria

Found in southeast Australia, Victoria is Australia's most densely populated state and the archipelago's second-most populous state over all. Most of its population is set on the area in Port Philip Bay, which includes the area of the state's capital and largest city, Melbourne. Albeit its size (being the second smallest state in the country), it is one of the more improved and modern regions in the country. It is bordered by Bass Strait and Tasmania to the South (separated by water), New South Wales to the North, the Tasman Sea to the East, and South Australia to the West.

What to see & do

Tourism-wise, the state brims with beautiful sites and attractions which will surely capture the attention of visiting travelers.

Melbourne – the capital and the largest city in the region, Victoria's food-obsessed and multicultural city is a proud showpiece for Australian culture, an iconic representation of the country and its past and present. Gold-rich Melbourne is stamped with architectural wonders, growing passion for street food and gourmet delights, and beautiful breweries. On the side, the city is one of the most artsy-fartsy places in tow, dynamic, cosmopolitan, and eye-catching.

Great Ocean Road – defy and experience one of Australia's most famous road-touring routes down South and create lasting memories while breaking barriers through surf breaks, rainforest, seaside towns, and koala-filled tree canopies – the perfect mix of all things Australian. The Great Ocean Road is also a diverse set of terrains – heathlands, dairy farms, limestone cliffs – everything on the mix! Check on the Twelve Apostles, a collection of limestone stacks off the shore, albeit four of them which have already disappeared.

Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens – housing 5,000 animals across 320 animal species endemic to Australia and other countries, it is Australia's oldest zoo built to mimic the London Zoo. It boasts of several excellent exhibits such as the Lion Park and the Trails of the Elephants.

Queen Victoria Market – also known as the Vic Market or Queen Vic, the Queen Victoria Market is so called the heart and soul of Melbourne for more than a century. It is the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere, and is significant to Melbourne's culture and heritage. It has also been listed on the Victorian Heritage Register, and is named after Queen Victoria I, the ruler of the British Empire from 1837-1901.

Luna Park – a mix of heritage and new thrill rides, this 101-year-old theme park is a favorite site in Melbourne and in Victoria itself. The giant face of Mr. Moon welcomes travelers to the park, while thrill rides await its visitors. Come one, come all – as they say.

How to get around within Victoria

Victoria is gifted with a well-supported bus, tram, and train system for easy access around the city. Melbourne and the other Victorian cities are frequented by train services, while on other times, coach services can bring travelers to hard-to-reach areas. Walking can be done around the city centre, while bicycles are also suggested.

How to get there

Melbourne Airport is the second busiest airport in Australia and the busiest airport in Victoria. The airport is the primary hub serving the city to replace the Essendon Airport. To get to Victoria, cheap flights are available via Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of the cheapest flights from over 600 airlines worldwide.

Flights to Victoria

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