Stories of the Landscape – Tower Hill, near Warrnambool

Stories of the Landscape – Tower Hill, near Warrnambool

Tower Hill  is an important natural landmark between Warrnambool and Port Fairy.


As a giant maar or volcanic explosion crate and it is the largest of its type in Australia and is of international and national geological significance. Tower Hill looms dramatically on the horizon and is divided into three principal areas: Main Island, Fairy Island and Hat Island measuring 3.2km by 2.4km wide whereby visitors can enjoy a BBQ picnic,  walk the boardwalk lava trial or join a guided walk by a trained Park Ranger to see its amazing wildlife and rich geological history. 

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