Use Warrnambool as a Base to Explore the Region's Places of Interest

bullet Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum is one of the states premier tourist attractions that take visitors on a prosperous voyage of discovery through an early Australian coastal port.

'SHIPWRECKED’, sound and laser show is an exceptional experience, which brings to life the tragic story of the Loch Ard disaster.

bullet Cheeseworld

Come and enjoy free cheese tasting, cheese and wine cellar sales, and historical museum and have a meal in the licensed restaurant.

bullet Warrnambool Trout Farm

Set in tranquil surroundings, all year fishing with rods and bait supplied you are guaranteed to catch a fish. We also have yabbies and yabby sales.

bullet Cudgee Creek Wildlife Park

Set on 7 acres the wildlife park is home to monkeys, kangaroos, deer and many more.

bullet Granny’s Grave

This monument was erected in recognition of the first white woman to be buried in Warrnambool

bullet Tower Hill

Nestled inside a dormant volcano it is a haven for wildlife, which roam around, in clear view. Tower Hill is popular for picnics, bushwalking and nature watching.

bulletMt Eccles National Park

1 hour drive from Warrnambool this extinct volcano that last erupted 8000 years ago is abundant with wildlife. You can visit the Byaduk Caves, which are the most extensive and accessible caves in Australia.

bullet Port Fairy

A 20 minute drive from Warrnambool, Port Fairy is one of the oldest seaports is the state and still has a thriving fishing industry. Historical buildings line the streets taking you on a trip back in time.

bullet Portland

1 hour from Warrnambool, Portland was Victoria’s first permanent settlement. Cape Nelson Lighthouse and Cape Bridgewater and Discovery Bay are unparalleled attractions for visitors to the area.

bullet Grampians

The Grampians combines soaring ranges, magnificent waterfalls, heritage towns and villages with award winning wineries and volcanoes.

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