Victoria is one of the most diverse states in Australia, from mountain ranges and ski resorts, to white sandy beaches and vineyards, there are unique places to stay in Victoria to suit everyone.
This is an extensive list to help you plan your next getaway in Victoria, if you’re looking for a unique Airbnb, Victoria has plenty to offer. Check out this list of the 50 best Airbnb in Regional Victoria. You can use the links below to jump to the Airbnbs in each region of VIC.
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Best Airbnbs: Great Ocean Road
Check out this Great Ocean Road self-drive itinerary for more trip inspiration!
Perfect for: Bush camping and seeing the 12 Apostles
Location: Apollo Bay
Perfect for: Group trips and exploring Otway National Park
Location: Apollo Bay
Perfect for: best ocean view Airbnb Great Ocean Road
Location: Skenes near Apollo Bay
Perfect for: location on the Great Ocean Road and a large deck for entertaining
Perfect for: families or groups and incredible bush and ocean views
Sleeps: 6 (but best with 2 or 4)
Perfect for: those looking for a unique airbnb Victoria stay, exploring the waterfalls in the Otways
Location: Wye River
Perfect for: couples looking for a luxurious and romantic Airbnb Victoria, Australia
Perfect for: retreat getaways and those looking to connect with nature
Location: Bells Beach
Perfect for: Seclusion in the bush
Perfect for: quirky places to stay in Victoria
Perfect for: large groups of friends or family looking for an epic luxury Airbnb Victoria experience with the whole property to yourself.
Perfect for: rustic and cool Airbnb stays near Melbourne
Best Airbnbs: Mornington Peninsula & Phillip Island
Check out this two day itinerary for the Mornington Peninsula for more trip inspiration.
Perfect for: luxury beach villa getaway in Victoria, best Airbnbs on Mornington Peninsula
Location: St Andrews Beach
Perfect for: visiting Peninsula Hot Springs
Location: Merricks North
Perfect for: large groups and family Airbnb trips in rural Australian country, near to vineyards
Location: Safety Beach
Perfect for: Villa luxury Airbnb Victoria, close to the beach for big groups
Location: Phillip Island
Perfect for: cool stays in Victoria, exploring Phillip Island
Best Airbnbs: Yarra Valley
Check out this Yarra Valley itinerary for more trip inspiration.
Location: Yarra Junction
Perfect for: escaping the city, seclusion, seeing kangaroos and the huge infinity pool
Perfect for: Family stays for visiting the Healesville Sanctuary or groups of friends visiting vineyards
Location: Smith Gully
Perfect for: self-contained retreats close to Yarra Valley
Best Airbnbs: Daylesford and surrounds
Perfect for: romantic weekends away in Victoria, private hot tub on balcony
Perfect for: exploring Daylesford’s springs, vineyards and surrounds
Location: Hepburn Springs
Perfect for: luxury places to stay in Victoria for a romantic getaway
Location: Hepburn Springs
Perfect for: couples on a romantic getaway from Melbourne
Perfect for: Quaint, romantic getaways to Daylesford
Location: Porcupine RIdge
Perfect for: retreats in nature, group holiday houses in Victoria
Perfect for: unique places to stay in regional Victoria, eco-friendly
Perfect for: connecting to nature, Airbnb with outdoor bath in Victoria, Australia
Perfect for: rural escapes from the city, quaint kitschy decor
Perfect for: unique Airbnbs with a touch of Melbourne - stay in an old Melbourne tram!
Best Airbnbs: Bright and North Regional Victoria
Perfect for: unique log cabin rental in Victoria, perfect Airbnb for winter getaways in Victoria
Perfect for: Airbnbs in the mountains in Victoria, has an outdoor bath
Perfect for: Perfect for a couple exploring Bright and surrounds
Perfect for: families or group places to stay in Bright, amazing natural light
Perfect for: Alpine Airbnb with a pool in regional Vic
Perfect for: secluded place to stay in regional Victoria
Perfect for: romantic, luxury Airbnb in Victoria
Perfect for: enjoying the autumn colours in Bright and surrounds
Perfect for: couples looking for cool places to stay in Victoria, scandi style Airbnb
Perfect for: luxury self-catered places to stay in Regional Victoria for couples
Perfect for: relaxed, secluded stays in Victoria with a pool and large deck area
Best Airbnbs: Gippsland and East Victoria
Check out this Wilsons Prom itinerary for more trip inspiration.
Perfect for: cosy getaways close to nature but also close to the beautiful Lakes Entrance
Perfect for: lakeside location, great for water activities like fishing or kayaking
Perfect for: unusual places to stay in Victoria for groups to enjoy
Location: Raymond Island
Perfect for: cosy cabin places to stay close to nature
Perfect for: quirky, boutique style accommodation in Victoria
Perfect for: a secluded but modern Airbnb with free kayaks to enjoy the lake
I hope these give you some inspiration for unique places to stay in Victoria and some options for the best Airbnb regional Victoria has to offer.
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