This coastal city is a playground for all things aquatic.
Explore the Shipwreck Coast and Warrnambool’s knotty volcanic shoreline. Landlubbers can enjoy the heritage buildings in the heart of town, as well as a series of lovingly tended parks and gardens. The city also fringes one of Victoria’s key dairying districts, so you can get your fill of local cheese and ice cream.
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Play among the waves, take your surfboard out to the breaks or drop a fishing line off the breakwater at Warrnambool’s fantastic local beach.
Find out about Warrnambool’s perilous Shipwreck Coast when you explore this preserved 1870s village and maritime museum overlooking the shores of Lady Bay.
Make your way along winding pathways through pretty coastal shrubs to see a historic bluestone lighthouse, ocean views and a colony of shearwater seabirds.
Visit: Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, 89 Merri St, Warrnambool, Victoria 3280 Australia BY DAY Flagstaff Hill’s Maritime Village is set on 10 acres and reflects the pioneering atmosphere of an 1870’s coastal port.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, Princes Highway, Warrnambool, Victoria Australia Tower Hill is the ideal place for visitors to experience the Australian bush, enjoy magnificent scenery and landscapes while getting up close & personal with some of Australia’s most iconic native birds and animals including emus, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, black swans, wedge-tail eagles, magpie geese and seasonal reptiles.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Budj Bim National Park, Victoria, Australia “The Story of a volcano and it’s ancient people” You will visit the volcano that erupted 30,000 years ago.