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    Eastern Melbourne

    4 Positions Available

    The region covers nearly 4000 km2 with 1.4 million residents. It is culturally diverse and has a prominent and growing Indigenous Australian population.

    The Yarra Valley features over 80 vineyards set in picturesque rolling hills. Dandenongs Ranges span the valley and there are plenty of bush walking and cycling trails, fruit farms, markets, galleries and attractions for the whole family.

    The region’s mix of urban areas, resort towns, tourism developments and rural areas makes it an interesting and diverse area.

    Key features:

    • Yarra Valley
    • Dandenong Ranges
    • Major towns: Whittlesea, Healesville

    Gippsland

    26 Positions Available

    This extensive and diverse geographical area is renowned for its natural beauty where you can enjoy spectacular coastline, picturesque rivers and lakes, forests and snowfields.

    The region stretches from Melbourne’s eastern outskirts to Victoria’s far east. Drive the Great Alpine Way to the Ninety Mile Beach, the vast Gippsland Lakes, and relaxed coastal towns.

    Bushwalk, camp, kayak, snorkel and fish along the unspoilt beaches of Croajingolong National Park and Wilsons Promontory, then discover Aboriginal history and gourmet delights.

    Key features:

    • Population 255,718
    • Strzelecki Ranges
    • Wilsons Promontory National Park
    • Major towns: Bairnsdale, Inverloch, Wonthaggi, Yarram

    Murray

    64 Positions Available

    Situated in the north and north-east of Victoria this stunning region is highly valued for offering a rural lifestyle close to Melbourne but with the peace and tranquility of country living.

    There are plenty of recreational opportunities on the banks of the Goulburn River and the rich agricultural land surrounding Wangaratta yields gourmet produce and world class wines. The nearby alpine ranges are a playground for skiers in winter and fishing, bushwalking and cycling are popular in the summertime.

    Key features:

    • Lake Mulwala
    • Murray River
    • Kosciuszko National Park
    • Major towns: Shepparton-Mooroopna, Mildura, Bendigo, Echuca

    North-Western Melbourne

    0 Positions Available

    Covering the northern and western suburbs of Melbourne this is the most populous and diverse region of Victoria, covering nearly 3000 km2. The region spans from the Melbourne CBD to the outer northern and western suburbs with a diverse and multicultural demographic.

    A major attraction is the historic seaport of Williamstown located in Port Phillip Bay.

    Key features:

    • Port Phillip Bay
    • Major towns: Bacchus Marsh, Sunbury, Melton, Werribee

    South-Eastern Melbourne

    0 Positions Available

    The region spans from the southern Melbourne suburbs to the tip of the Mornington Peninsula. The peninsula has been a favoured holiday resort for generations and is home to Sorrento, the site of the first European settlement in Victoria.

    The coastline becomes rockier through Sorrento and Portsea offering some great coastal views plus long stretches of sandy beaches near the main piers. And, it’s sheltered waters makes it ideal for swimming and other water activities. Visit the many vineyards concentrated around Red Hill, Main Ridge and Balnarring areas.

    Key features:

    • French Island National Park
    • Mornington Peninsula
    • Mount Eliza Regional Park
    • Major towns: Frankston, Mornington, Cranbourne, Pakenham

    Western Victoria

    45 Positions Available

    The spectacular Grampians and Mount Arapiles rise above the vast plains of sheep and wheat in this part of Victoria providing a diverse array of native wildlife, picturesque walking tracks, and breathtaking scenic attractions.

    The Great Ocean Road is a must-see – the famous road follows the rugged coast from Melbourne to the South Australian border making for a scenic road trip.

    Key features:

    • Great Ocean Road
    • Otway Ranges
    • Grampians
    • Major towns: Horsham, Ararat, Ballarat, Warrnambool