Melbourne's must-visit natural attractions

Melbourne is located on the southeast coast of Australia, in a plain area, with abundant natural resources and wildlife. In addition to koalas and kangaroos, you can also see the world's cutest and most adorable little blue penguins in Melbourne. Let's take a look at where these places close to nature are!

Phillip Island

Philip Island is a veritable animal paradise. The island is home to the world's smallest penguin - the Little Blue Penguin Conservation Area, a koala conservation center, and the traditional Churchill Island Farm. At sunset, you can see the penguins returning to their nests in groups from the sea, walking together in a very interesting way, with a maximum of over 3000 penguins.

Buller Hill

Buller Mountain Ski Resort is the largest, most popular, and best-equipped ski resort in Victoria. There are multiple high-quality ski runs here, providing a great skiing experience for both beginners and advanced skiers.

Dandenong Range

In the Dandenong Ranges, there are so many interesting things to do: take a ride on Australia's oldest Puffing Billy steam train, travel through lush forests and fern-filled gullies; explore the secrets of the forest on foot in the Dandenong Ranges National Park; you can also buy fresh and cheap farm products here, which taste super good!

Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay is a middle station of the Great Ocean Road. To the east and west of Apollo Bay, there are very spectacular bay landscapes. The marsh lake next to the town of Lorne is the largest marsh lake along the Great Ocean Road. The lake surface is wide and vast, with dense reeds on the shore, becoming a habitat for seabirds and migratory birds. Occasionally, during the visit of swans, it is an ideal place for sketching, taking photos, and creative inspiration.

Brighton Bay

Brighton is a famous seaside attraction in Melbourne, with colorful huts on the beach. The beach is always crowded with visitors, and activities such as surfing, diving, and sunbathing are all very exciting.