Walking tracks in a 35 hectare parkland and playground. Free BBQ’s, picnic shelters, play equipment, cricket pitch/net, hire boats, maze, flying fox, giant slides, bird hide.
Location: Pertobe Road
Cannon Hill offers panoramic views of Lady Bay and Lake Pertobe. A Portuguese Padrao
commemorates early Portuguese exploration of the Warrnambool area. BBQs, a rotunda and car parking available. A great place to start a walk around Lake Pertobe or the Foreshore.
3km CBD heritage walk to some of Warrnambool’s historic buildings. Map available at the Visitor Information Centre.
Location: Warrnambool Central Business District.
Duration: 1.5-2 hours return.
Designed in 1876 by William Guilfoyle – 20 acres of sweeping lawns and sealed pathways, duck and lily pond, stone bridge, cannon, ‘Lone Pine’ plus more. www.wbgardens.com.au
Easy walk along waterway environment.
Location: Ardlie Street to Garden Street
Distance: Approximately 2.6kms
3 kilometres of paths for running, walking, cycling. Dogs on leash.
Location: Entry from Cramer or Coulstock Street
Exploring on foot:
Peak Climb – Orientation and geology: 30 minutes, steep
Lava Tongue Boardwalk – Wetlands: 30 minutes, easy
Journey to the Last Volcano – Geology: 1 hour, moderate
Wagon Bay Loop – 30 minutes
All walks start from the picnic area near the Visitor Centre, with a guide or without.
More information online at www.towerhill.org.au
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