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Victoria is the smallest mainland Australian state, situated in the south east portions of the country. It is bordered by New South Wales, the Tasman Sea, the Bass Strait, Tasmania, and South Australia. The capital and largest city of Victoria is Melbourne. This city is Australia’s second-largest city overall. Victoria is a diverse state, offering deserts, mountains, rainforests, beaches, wineries, and Australia’s largest inland waterway. The capital city of Melbourne is known as the cultural capital of the country. It is packed with galleries and museums, sporting events and festivals, and a wonderful restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe.
The economy of Victoria is dependant on the financial and property sectors, as well as some manufacturing, services, and retail sectors. Major industrial plants in the state are ran by Ford, Toyota, and Holden automobile manufactures. There is also an Alcoa plant in Portland and Point Henry features aluminium smelter. The cities of Geelong and Altona have oil refineries, and a major petrochemical facility is located in Laverton. The Victorian mining industry is concentrated on energy producing minerals, with brown coal, petroleum, and gas accounting for nearly 90% of local production. There are many locations throughout the state of Victoria that offer office space of varying shapes and sizes.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The state of Victoria has more than 2000 km (1243 miles) of coastline, offering hundreds of beaches. One unique activity is to cycle the rail trails in the state. Many Victorian railway lines were shut down during the 1970s and 1980s. Many of these rail lines have been converted to rail trails, suitable for cycling, horseback riding, or walking. Try the Murray to the Mountains rail trail, the Bellarine rail trail, the Ballarat to Skipton rail trail, and the East Gippsland rail trail. All of these trails feature towns and attractions along the way, allowing opportunities for food, rest, and relaxation. Melbourne has a great reputation for dining. Specific types of food can be found in different areas of the city: Lygon Street features Italian, Little Bourke Street offers Chinese, Lonsdale Street is popular for its Greek options, Victoria Street for Vietnamese, Sydney Road features Turkish cuisine, and Johnston Street is known for its Spanish options. Other cuisines found throughout the city’s restaurants include French, American, Mexican, Lebanese, African, Malaysian, Afghan, Swiss and Mongolian. State specialities include Murray cod, a local fresh fish. You will find local beef, lamb, and kangaroo on many menu’s, along with local cheeses, such as the creamy sheep’s milk cheese from Highland Farm.
The Melbourne Airport is the major domestic and international gateway for the state. Avalon Airport is the state’s second busiest airport, and the Essendon and Moorabbin Airports take care of the rest of Victoria’s International air travellers. Hamilton Airport, Mildura Airport, Mount Hotham, and Portland Airport offer scheduled domestic flights. The Victorian road network typically consists of highways that radiate from Melbourne and other major cities. The rural centres offer secondary roads interconnecting the highways to each other. Victoria has the most comprehensive rail passenger service in Australia. The state’s passenger rail service, V/Line provides all rail services within the state. Victoria is also serviced regularly by one boat route, Spirit of Tasmania, which travels between Victoria and the island state of Tasmania.