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Marvel at Warrnambool's captivating position, nestled into the rising contour of Victoria's south-west coast amid green dairying country and overlooking the deep blue of the Southern Ocean. Breathe in the sea air with a stroll along the foreshore promenade, then pause for breakfast with a view at the Pavilion Cafe and Bar.

Shipwrecks and volcanoes

Discover the turbulent history of the Shipwreck Coast on a visit to the award winning Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. Admire the historic lighthouses and see the infamous Loch Ard shipwreck of 1878 brought to life with a fascinating sound and laser show.

Explore the ancient geological history of the region at Tower Hill, just 14 km west of Warrnambool. Located in an extinct volcano crater, Tower Hill Reserve is a haven for native flora and fauna. Join Indigenous guides on a tour through the reserve to see kangaroos, emus and koalas up close and learn about the local Aboriginal culture.

A whale of a time

Find a spot at the viewing platform at Logans Beach and be the first to catch a glimpse of a fluking southern right whale. These giants return every June to October to their nursery at the beach to give birth and raise their calves. They can often be seen just 100 metres off the shore, but make time for multiple visits.

Kick up your heels

Delve into the vibrant arts and events scene, concentrated at the south end of Liebig Street, and tempt the tastebuds at renowned restaurants serving the best and freshest local produce don't miss the Pickled Pig. Check out the Warrnambool Art gallery and discuss the work over a boutique brew at award-winning Flying Horse Bar & Brewery. Bring the family to the Fun 4 Kids Festival, one of Australia's best community events celebrating imagination and creative spirit, for children aged 2–12 years.

If you're after a festive day at the races, stop by for the Warrnambool May Race Carnival, featuring the popular Scotty Stewart Brierly Steeplechase.

Beach bound

Make a beeline for one of the many spectacular beaches surrounding the bustling township during the summer months. Dive in for a spot of swimming or surfing, or just take a slow wander along the beach in the sun.

Get the gang together for an experience to remember. Join a tour and take a ride on horseback through the sand dunes and out along the rugged beaches lining the Southern Ocean.

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Things to do


Volcano Walk

Ramble among the cone-shaped hills and lake-filled craters of an extinct volcano.

Warrnambool Art Gallery

For the past 130 years, with more than 2,000 artworks ranging from European Salon and Colonial...

Merri View Gallery

Merri View Gallery is run by the Warrnambool and District Artists Society, to showcase the work of...

Mahogany Walking Track

Walk from Warrnambool to Port Fairy past the last known resting place of the elusive Mahogany Ship.

Pickled Pig

Head down to Warrnambool to discover chef Brenton Banner's imaginative take modern European cuisine.

Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

Meet koalas, emus, kangaroos and many bird species roaming freely in Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve.

Scuba diving

Grab your mask and take a dive at some of Australia's greatest sites in the Great Ocean Road region.

Whale watching

Watch southern right whales and blue whales from the shoreline of southwest Victoria each year.

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village has just undergone a major redevelopment, that included interactive...

Hopkins Falls

See water drop like a curtain across the 90-metre wide Hopkins Falls, a short drive from Warrnambool.

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