Victoria delivered to your door

While your next Victorian road trip might be on hold for now, Victoria’s finest is never far away.

While you may not yet be able to spend your holiday dollars in Victorian regions, you can still show your support for Victorian makers and creators doing it tough by buying local and ‘clicking for Vic’.

From meal packs, gourmet treats, or food and drink from restaurants and bars, you can bring the farm to your table and the vineyard to your glass.

Buy Victorian online
Head to www.visitvictoria.com/clickforvic, choose from a curated list of products and order directly from Victorian small businesses.

You can pick up your goods by appointment or opt for home delivery.

Let Victoria’s makers and creators send a little bit of the state straight to you, and support the places you love.

Stock up the pantry with Mörk Chocolate and add a little luxury to your day. Choose from hot chocolate packs and other sweet treats, delivered to Melbourne’s inner suburbs.

Mt Buffalo Olives in the High Country offers table olives, oils, condiments, preserves and castile soaps, produced from the farm’s olive groves.

Prom Coast Collective is a collaboration between family farmers and makers in South Gippsland. Shop quality produce and curated goods, sent straight from the paddock to your plate.

Enjoy happy hour at home and treat yourself with a Melbourne Mixtape – a selection of cocktails from seven of Melbourne’s best bars, curated by The Everleigh Bottling Co and delivered directly to your door.

Get a splash of central Victoria in your glass with the help of Ballarat-based winemakers Mitchell Harris. Choose from their new range of wines or choose an old favourite.

Or, create the perfect G&T with a beautifully designed bottle of small batch gin from Big Tree Distillery in the Macedon Ranges.

You could also give a gift of Melbournalia, such as winter woollies, handcrafted jewellery, art prints and more, carefully crafted by Melbourne-based designers.

Buy arty homewares, clothes and accessories, and find fun gift ideas online at the Heide Retail Shop.

Or, for wine and goodies from the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges head to The Regional Pantry, or make cocoon-time cosier with an at-home pamper pack.

Have an extensive selection of fresh produce and artisan products, sourced from across regional Victoria, delivered straight to your door from the Victorian Country Market.

For chef-prepared meals from Supernormal, Cumulus Inc., Maha, Tipo 00 and more delivered straight to your home, visit online marketplace Providoor.

Order ready-made meals and beverages from Melbourne’s cafes, bars and restaurants, via Co-Lab Pantry’s online directory. Or, stock up your own pantry with locally produced staples, sweets and spices.

Why not ‘click for Vic’ and enjoy a Victorian-themed staycation?

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Related articles:
https://www.yourlifechoices.com.au/travel/news/victorian-antitourism-campaign
https://www.yourlifechoices.com.au/travel/destinations/capital-drives-melbourne
https://www.yourlifechoices.com.au/travel/self-drive-holidays/campaign-to-drive-bushfire-tourism

Written by Leon Della Bosca

Leon Della Bosca has worked in publishing and media in one form or another for around 25 years. He's a voracious reader, word spinner and art, writing, design, painting, drawing, travel and photography enthusiast. You'll often find him roaming through galleries or exploring the streets of his beloved Melbourne and surrounding suburbs, sketchpad or notebook in hand, smiling.
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