Holiday Homes & Baches in Victoria

Holiday Homes & Baches in Victoria

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Highlights in Victoria

  • Beautiful holiday homes close to the sea
  • Beautiful beaches
  • Amazing landscapes
  • Fun for kids
  • Breathtaking views
  • Extreme adrenaline

Best Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Victoria

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Log Cabin for 2 People in Musk, Hepburn Shire
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Musk, Hepburn Shire
Log Cabin • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(65 reviews)
This Japanese inspired timber home has a wall of floor to ceiling glass in the living area overlooking natural bush land. The enclosed garden area adds to the ambiance of this retreat for two. If tasteful simplicity and quality with a difference appeal to you, then Musk Creek Hollow will be to your liking. Located only a short seven minute drive from the centre of Daylesford, this property is both private and close to all the attractions that this beautiful region has to offer. Pet friendly, with a fully fenced internal garden, which is a secure area for your pets. Please note that the rear...
from NZ$175 / night
Holiday Apartment for 4 People in Melbourne, Victoria
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Melbourne, Victoria
Holiday Apartment • 85 m² • 2 Bedrooms
Nestled along the Melbourne Harbour, this stunning 2-bedroom apartment boasts a prime location with easy access to all of Melbourne's attractions. Situated just across the road from Etihad Stadium, guests can enjoy convenient access to events and games. Plus, with free trams nearby and a short walk to restaurants and shopping destinations, guests can explore the vibrant city with ease.Whether you're in Melbourne for a family vacation or a business trip, this apartment is the perfect accommodation choice. The spacious and well-appointed interiors provide all the comforts of home, ensuring a ...
from NZ$218 / night
Bed And Breakfast for 2 People in Trentham, Hepburn Shire
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Trentham, Hepburn Shire
Bed And Breakfast • 49 m² • 1 Bedroom
(27 reviews)
Nestled in soft, picturesque surrounding countryside and overlooking a serene lake in the heart of Trentham, Trentham Lake Villas allow you to relax and recalibrate within the wondrous joy of silence and solitude where the conflicts of the world seem beyond reach. There are two separate and tastefully decorated villas - 'Tree Tops' is upstairs (see separate listing for the downstairs villa 'Lake View'). Both villas include a queen-size bed fitted with electric blanket, Minijumbuk underlay, premium quality doona, woollen blanket, quality linen and towels, bedside cabinets and lamps, wardrob...
from NZ$265 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Victoria

NZ$699for 27 Apr - 4 May
NZ$751 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability Victoria

42%for 27 Apr - 4 May
63% annual average
Percentage of available homes

Holiday homes and baches in Victoria

Beautiful holiday homes close to the sea

If you have an adventurous spirit, full of life and want to enjoy a great holiday, Victoria is the perfect place. You will find a large number of holiday homes throughout the city that will really surprise you. From Churchill Island to the Bay of Island and from Lake Daylesford to the Bellarina Peninsula you will find an abundance of rentals, and you will discover all the things that Victoria has to offer that without a doubt makes it a unique place to spend some quality time. Get up to the sound of the waves, relax in front of the sunset by the sea or go out to do water sports in the same city. Don't wait any longer, make your reservation in Victoria!

Holiday homes for all the needs and tastes

Regardless of whether you prefer to travel alone, with friends, as a couple or as a family, Victoria is the perfect place because it offers rentals for all tastes and needs, from small but cosy two-bedroom rentals, ideal for travelling alone or as a couple, to properties of 4 bedrooms and two bathrooms, perfect for 8 people to be comfortable, with a garden, parking and even a swimming pool. Plus, most of these rentals are pet-friendly and ideal for spending time with the family. Relax by your private pool while gazing at the sea or have breakfast on a beautiful modern terrace. Can you imagine it? Make it happen

Holidays in Victoria

The area and getting around

A spectacular coastline

One of the most impressive qualities of Victoria is a coastline that it has, an extensive coastline full of the dynamics of a city that lives in front of the sea, many beaches, bars, locals, fishing life, water sports and more. At the end we find the spectacular Churchill Island, which is a place that despite being surrounded by the sea, has a huge agricultural tradition; more towards the centre of the lotus zone there is Elephant Roch whose coastal route is a spectacle of natural beauty, and you can also camp and surf; and in the extreme west is Bay os Islands that offers the possibility of hiking, enjoying beautiful landscapes of cliffs facing the sea and the beauty of incredible rock formations.

Have fun within a radius of less than two miles

If you are one of those who seeks to know the essence of the places you visit, a good place to do it in Victoria is in the centre of the city within a radius of less than 2 miles. You can take a tour and start at Kryall Castle which is a spectacular place, an exact replica of an original Castle located in Dunnstown where you can see a moat, a drawbridge and even enjoy an exceptional joust performed; very close to the west is Lake Wendouree which is an artificially maintained lake, which has high historical and natural value and where you can enjoy a rowing or canoeing race; and further east is Sovereign Hill, which is an open-air museum set in the 1850s when the city experienced the gold rush and everything revolved around the extraction of the mineral; the place has more than 60 buildings set to give magic to the place, trained personnel to give explanations and unbeatable attention

Travellers and activities

Victoria for nature lovers

Victoria is known for its impressive natural beauties, the views produced by the cliffs, beaches and islands but also for its beautiful waterfalls, so if you are a lover of nature and especially waterfalls, there is one that you will surely enjoy. Erskine Falls is an impressive set of waterfalls surrounded by dense forest that give it a magical and incredibly charming appearance. The place is equipped with an infrastructure that is friendly both for the environment and for visitors because it allows you to walk through the mountain range, stand at viewpoints at different heights in order to appreciate the waterfall in a better way. In the place, you can also take walks that, although they are a bit long, give access to other hidden waterfalls that few know and if that were not enough, it offers the opportunity to take a walk bordering the sea that allows you to enjoy a spectacular view and of an incomparable environment. Truly, if you are a nature lover, it is a place you cannot miss.

Victoria for landscape lovers

There are very few places in the world that can offer all the wonder that The Twelve Apostles have to offer on the Victoria coast. It is a series of rock formations between the mountain and the sea caused by the erosion of time, waves and the movement of the tide that makes the place look like a fantasy film set. The rocks that rise from the shore and from the sea are as big as the mountain and thanks to the fact that they are so close to each other they give the impression that it is an archipelago viewed from very high. It is a beautiful place to see, in the light of sunset it becomes an unrepeatable place in the world.

Did you know that Lake Wendouree in Victoria was the site of the rowing and canoeing events of the 1986 Olympic Games?

Top 5 travel tips in Victoria

1. Swim on the beach of a gorge

The Loch Ard Gorge is a beautiful place on the Victoria count famous for being the place where an English ship sank with 55 people and only two were saved, also because it is a beautiful cliff that today has sculpted stairs that lead to the sands of a spectacular beach have blue colors and crystal clear water. You can swim, sunbathe, take a walk and of course enjoy the wonderful view

2. Slide down the most extreme zip lines in all of Australia

Live Wire Park is a place that raises your adrenaline to the extreme. Basically there are many circuits of zip lines in the open air, in a beautiful and mountainous area where you will enjoy the speed, the height and the nature to complete an incredible experience. Suitable for the whole family, it is an excellent place to spend quality time with the little ones in the house. They also organize birthday parties to celebrate with speed in between and group excursions with colleagues from organizations

3. Take a ride on a fun train

The Bellarine Railroad is an amazing tourist steam train that works with the help of volunteers that makes accessible rides for the whole family on a closed route of 16 km, in addition it offers thematic events on celebration dates and special shows for children. Do not miss the opportunity to enjoy this unique experience, get on the train, learn how it works, blow the whistle and have lots of fun.

4. See a Koala in its natural habitat

In the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, which is one of the most important animal reserves in the region, you will have the opportunity to take walks in the open air, enjoy the atmosphere of freshness and you will also be able to see wild animals such as Koalas and possums. The place used to be a hunting area and later it was converted into a protected area which allows you to enjoy these wonderful spaces and animals.

5. Marvel at a magical waterfall

The Hopetoun waterfall is a beautiful waterfall that gives the appearance of a magical place, ready for any romantic scene or ideal for making love proposals. The water falls slowly and subtly on some rocks that seem arranged by a divinity and are surrounded by an intense green forest that makes you want to stay contemplating it forever. A beautiful place!

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Victoria

How much do you pay on average for holiday homes in Victoria?

Impacted by the big changes in the travel industry due to COVID-19, the year 2020 had an annual average of NZ$489.42 per night. Victoria is the region in Australia that offers the highest prices in holiday homes.

When can you get the best deals on holiday homes and baches in Victoria?

If you would like to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Victoria are November (NZ$362.64 the average price per night for accommodation), December (NZ$375.46), and October (NZ$461.44).

In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday home in Victoria?

Following the data observed in 2020, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of May (NZ$551.91), January (NZ$545.04), and April (NZ$542.99).

Are there usually many holiday baches available in Victoria?

We recommend you to book in advance in Victoria as only 42% of the accommodations remain available, according to our 2020 data.

When are more holiday homes available?

In 2020, the months with the largest number of accommodations available in Victoria were May, August, and April with average availabilities of 60.2%, 55% and 46%, respectively.

During which months are there fewer holiday homes available in Victoria?

The months with the lowest properties available in Victoria are, in order, December, November and January, with respective average availability figures of 14.67%, 24.5%, and 27%, based on data collected in 2020.

How many holiday baches are there in Victoria?

We have grouped together the offers from 10 different providers in Victoria, so we can provide you with around 15000 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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