Warrnambool Adventures

Things To Do In Warrnambool

Natural Landmarks to Explore

Exploring the Shipwreck Coast is amongst the best things to do in Warrnambool. It’s a wild and beautiful stretch of coastline with a fascinating maritime history. You will find 29 Shipwrecks in Lady Bay dating from the earliest European settlers.

Other Warrnambool things to do includes other historical curios like Granny’s Grave, buildings like Proudfoot’s Boathouse and other structures such as the historical lighthouse and Wollaston Bridge.

Warrnambool: What to Do?

In terms of a great family activity in Warrnambool, the what to do list must include the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. This offers a life-like step-back-in-time experience of an historical village bolstered by interactive digital installations that describe the complex history of the region. After their visit, many families put the Village at the top of their best things to do in Warrnambool list.

But the Warrnambool things to do list can include many other activities too. Nature lovers will enjoy our coastlines and hinterland. Foodies might prefer cheese and wine tasting as well as visiting galleries. When considering things to do near Warrnambool an exciting day trip can include a boat to Middle Island, where a penguin colony lives. Or whale watching in the cooler months.

For things to do around Warrnambool checkout our What to See and Do list.

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Things To Do Nearby

Gateway Plaza Shopping Centre

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Southern Country

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Lake Pertobe

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Fletcher Jones Market

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Places To Eat & Drink

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