Australia and New Zealand
- Victoria (Australia), the state
- Town of Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia
- Victoria Park, a sporting ground in Melbourne
- Shire of Victoria Plains, Western Australia
- Victoria Harbour, an area in Melbourne, Australia
- Lake Victoria (Victoria), Victoria
- Victoria, New Zealand, a suburb of Gisborne
- Victoria Settlement or New Victoria, alternate names for Port Essington, Northern Territory, Australia
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