Victoria

  • The Twelve Apostles, the Great Ocean Road.  Photo credit: Tourism Australia copyright.The Twelve Apostles, the Great Ocean Road. Photo credit: Tourism Australia copyright.
  • Federation Square, Melbourne. Photo credit: Tourism Australia copyright.Federation Square, Melbourne. Photo credit: Tourism Australia copyright.
  • View of Melbourne city.  Photo credit: Rhiannon DaviesView of Melbourne city. Photo credit: Rhiannon Davies
  • Melbourne city tram. Photo credit: Rhiannon DaviesMelbourne city tram. Photo credit: Rhiannon Davies

Population: Around 5.5 million

Size: 227,416 sq km

Major Cities: Melbourne

One of Australia’s most densely populated states, Victoria is home to the cosmopolitan, sophisticated city of Melbourne, which lays a strong claim to being Australia’s cultural capital. Outside the city, Victoria offers many attractions in what is, by Australian standards, a relatively small area. These include the Great Ocean Road, a famous drive that winds along spectacular coastal scenery past the Twelve Apostles, vast limestone pillars at the ocean’s edge, and the idyllic Wilsons Promontory National Park.

Colleges

Chisholm Institute

Endeavour College of Natural Health

Courses are available in these subject areas: Health & Community, Natural Therapies

Holmesglen Institute

Kangan Institute

Le Cordon Bleu Australia

Courses are available in these subject areas: Cooking & Bakery, Tourism & Hospitality

Melbourne Polytechnic

RMIT University (TAFE)

Strathfield College

Courses are available in these subject areas: Business, Information Technology, Tourism & Hospitality

The Gordon TAFE

William Angliss Institute

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Courses are available in these subject areas: Business, Cooking & Bakery, Tourism & Hospitality
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