My 48 hours in Warrnambool #likealocal


Come read Lorainne's 48 hours in Warrnambool #likealocal 



Most of these places are wheelchair friendly or ask for assistance as the Warrnambool bus lines.

Breakfast at Gloria Jeans for breakfast

Morning activity at Flagstaff Hill visit the pioneer village and museum to experience the 1870’s and enjoy Devonshire tea or coffee at the Stella Maris Tearooms

Lunch at Simons Waterfront and take in the million dollar view of Lady Bay

Afternoon activity walking along the Warrnambool Promenade viewing the beach, children can ride their bikes or rollerblade, go for a swim in the sea or take the children over to the Lake Pertobe Playground to enjoy playing in a safe playground and Meet the Maremma dogs

Evening Activity at Flagstaff Hill  experiencing the Sound and Light show

Enjoy dinner with the seafood platter at Pippies or Clovelly

Stay at Lighthouse Lodge or Best Western Olde Maritime



Spolit for breakfast choices in Liebig Street cafes, Simons or Pavilion on the foreshore

Morning activity at Cheese World Devonshire tea then experience the free Uebergang museum with light lunch

There are many restaurant’s to have lunch in Liebig Street that are family friendly including Images

Afternoon activity visiting Tower Hill wild life reserve for walks in ecofriendly environment to the extinct volcano and visit the visitors centre

Evening Activity leisurely drive to Hopkins Falls

Excellent restaurant’s for dinner including Australian, Chinese, Asian or Thai food including The Dragon Inn, The Liebig or Khao Thai


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