The Northern Victoria Region covers 100,562 square kilometres and is the largest electoral region in Victoria with over half a million registered voters.  Stretching from the Upper Murray to the South Australian border along the Murray River, the predominantly rural Northern Victoria Region includes diverse agriculture including grazing and cropping, fruit, nuts and wine grapes and production.

Towns in Northern Victoria include Alexandra, Beechworth, Benalla, Bendigo, Birchip, Bright, Broadford, Castlemaine, Cobram, Corryong, Dalyesford, Echuca, Gisborne, Healesville, Kerang, Kilmore, Kinglake, Kyabram, Kyneton, Mansfield, Mildura, Robinvale, Seymour, Wangaratta, Warburton, Whittlesea, Wodonga, Woodend, Yarrawonga and Yea.

Scenic landmarks and a variety of tourist activities are active across the region including fishing and boating, camping, cycling, hiking, food and wine, skiing, sports, culture and arts.

Legislative Assembly districts within Northern Victoria are Benambra, Bendigo East, Bendigo West, Eildon, Euroa, Macedon, Mildura, Murray Plains, Ovens Valley, Shepparton and Yan Yean.