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Warrnambool & District

Looking for a sea-change getaway to relax and unwind? Look no further than the picturesque coastal city of Warrnambool and its surrounds.

Vibrant and welcoming, it is easy to see why Warrnambool is a blossoming tourist destination. Situated at the western end of the Great Ocean Road, with an enviable mix of seaside location, tourist attractions and family appeal, it is the perfect location to escape and take in the coastal vibes.

Warrnambool and District is home to the May Racing Carnival, the Grand Annual Sprint Car Classic and the Port Fairy Folk Festival. With numerous attractions on offer such as Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum, Tower Hill Nature Reserve, Lake Pertobe adventure playground and Deep Blue Spa Resort just to name a few, there is something for everyone.

FAQs

There are Nine supermarkets in town, All Woolworths close at 10PM , Coles which also closes at 10PM, Aldi closes at 8PM & IGA closes at 9PM. Please check on their website in case their hours have changed.

Warrnambool is a coastal city located in south-West Victoria, nestled In-between the Merri and Hopkins River. It is known for its beaches and coastal outlooks, as well as Logans Beach where southern right whales come to calve each year between June and September.

There are a number of ways to navigate the South-West District. Below is the main bus company that operates around our City. Please click the link below for timetable and fare information.

https://www.transitsw.com.au/

Please click the link below for V/Line timetables and fare information for trains arriving and departing Warrnambool station.

https://www.vline.com.au/

There are also numerous Taxi companies operating in the area, As well as Uber Taxis.

Please ring the restaurant you wish to book to check their opening and closing times, this varies seasonally.

Yes, it is located in the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. 89 Merri St, Warrnambool VIC 3280

Operational hours 10AM-5PM - 7 DAYS

Warrnambool has a population of approximately 32,000 people.