- Weather, Travel information, Victoria, Australia
Melbourne enjoys warm summers, glorious springs, mild autumns and crisp winters With its variable climate, Melbourne hots up December to February (summer), cools down March to May (autumn), chills out June to August (winter), and warms up again September to November (spring)
- Regional councils - Government - Travel Victoria . . .
48 municipalities cover land within Victoria that lies outside of Melbourne's metropolitan area The largest of those in terms of land coverage is the Rural City of Mildura, while the City of Greater Geelong is home to the most people
- Wineries, Food and wine, Victoria, Australia
Get a taste for Victoria's top drops on a journey through its wine regions With more than 800 wineries and 600 cellar doors in 21 distinct wine regions across the state, there's a wine for every palate
- Melbourne weather: Storms, extreme rain and flooding hit . . .
A MASERATI driver unintentionally destroyed the luxury sports car after attempting to drive through a flooded underpass in Melbourne’s inner west last night
- Bichon Frise Scottish Terrier Breeders in Texas . . .
Bichon Frise Breeders Why a Scottish Terrier? The Scottish terrier nicknamed “Diehard” is a tough, smart, determined character, ready for action dog
- Out About – Foxhill Livestock
Archive Content – 2016 Nirevalley Charlie claims second at Olympia Rounding off a busy year for all at Foxhill was this week’s trip to Olympia with Nirevalley Charlie
- Morar - Wikipedia
Morar ( ˈ m ɔːr ər ; Scottish Gaelic: Mòrar) is a small village on the west coast of Scotland, 3 miles (5 km) south of Mallaig The name Morar is also applied to the northern part of the peninsula containing the village, though North Morar is more usual (the region to the south west of Loch Morar is known as Arisaig, rather than South Morar) The coastline of the area forms part of the