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5 Things Students Can Do in Victoria During Easter Holidays

To help you make the most out of this Easter Holidays, we have gathered 10 things you can do in Victoria during Easter.

#1 – Healsville Santuary

Healsville sanctuary is only an hour drive from Melbourne City. The sanctuary has a wide collection of Australian animals with a number of shows scheduled throughout the day to introduce you to different animal characteristics and behaviours. One of our favourite shows is the ‘Spirits of the Sky’ show, which features some of Australia’s majestic birds of prey like the Wedge-tailed Eagle, Black-breasted Buzzard, and magnificent parrots.

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#2 – SEA LIFE Melbourne

One of the most famous attractions in Melbourne CBD. Get the opportunity to look at different marine life creatures from around the globe such as Pengiuns, Sharks, Massive Crocodiles, and Stingrays. The aquarium features different shows and activities that you can try out life diving with Sharks and getting close to Pengiuns and more.

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#3 – Attend The Comedy Festival in Melbourne

Attend one of the largest Comedy Festivals Internationally. Melbourne International Comedy Festival is currently running from 24th March – 18th April 2021 featuring the comedians in the world. You can book a ticket online to attend the festival in person, or you also have the chance to attend it online if you would rather watch it from the comfort of your home.

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#4 – Visit Melbourne Museum

If you are fascinated by history and looking at artifacts and learn something new, then Melbourne Museum is the right place. The museum features different gallaries from forests, science, life gallaries where you’ll find bugs, dinosaurs, fossils and more. Melbourne Museum is located in Melbourne CBD which makes it accessable through public transportation.

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#5 – Visit The Great Otway National Park

If you prefer going on road trips, then the Great Otway National Park is the right place for you. Located 3 hours away from Melbourne and it stretches along the world-famous Great Ocean Road and up through the Otways hinterland. What’s amazing about this national park is the combination of sceneries from breath-taking forests, to coastal areas and valleys.

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