Click for Vic: A taste of the regions without leaving home
Visit Victoria initiative brings the best of the state's regional produce to your door.
While those in locked down Melbourne might not be able to hit the open road for a while yet, the good news is we can still indulge in one of the great pleasures of a regional road trip – exploring new tastes and charming wares from Victoria’s artisanal producers and makers.
Rich Glen Olive Estate. Photo: Tourism Victoria
From small-batch gin distilled in Gippsland to first-press extra virgin olive oil from the banks of the Murray River, it’s all just a click away thanks to Visit Victoria’s Click for Vic initiative.
Devised to boost sales for struggling small businesses hit hard by the back-to-back catastrophes of bushfires and a global pandemic, the portal is delivering online orders and messages of support for producers, restaurants, cafes, fashion brands and retail outlets in both metropolitan and regional areas.
Purveyors without their own dedicated e-commerce set-up can sell through the Click for Vic site via online delivery hubs including Victorian Country Market, which represents 250 regional producers and makers. And homebound hedonists reap the benefits with the best Victoria has to offer, delivered to the doorstep.
There are myriad reasons to Click for Vic, whether you’re hankering for small-batch roasted coffee from the high country, a clay face mask from Peninsula Hot Springs, or just want to do your bit to ensure Victoria’s best small businesses make it through to the other side. Here are just a few...
Loch Brewery & Destillery. Photos: Tourism Victoria.
Rich Glen Olive Estate. Photos: Millie Brown and Tourism Victoria.
Bells Beach Brewing. Photos: Tourism Victoria.