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Warrnambool Attractions Victoria

Warrnambool Attractions Victoria

Warrnambool is in a dramatic location being on a plateau behind a steep bluff – defined by rivers to the east and west, and overlooking the sheltered Lady Bay. The town itself has beautiful historical buildings and attractive streetscapes, so you’ll find plenty of interesting Warrnambool attractions.

Warrnambool Tourist Attractions

Among the attractions in Warrnambool, Victoria, are the Tower Hill Nature Reserve, an art gallery, the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum and Historical village, a cheese museum (with tastings!) and more.

Warrnambool attractions and activities also incorporate outdoor activities such as swimming, surfing, paddle-boarding, mini-golf, horse riding on the beach, cycling tracks and hiking.

For a full list of attractions in Warrnambool take a look at our What to See and Do page

Explore Local Attractions

As the largest city on the Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool (Victoria) attractions are plentiful and it is an ideal place to stay as you explore the Shipwreck Coast.

To help you plan your trip our local experts have put together a list of Warrnambool (Victoria) attractions. Make sure you also look at our Be Inspired section for more detail and advice.

Accommodation Nearby

Hotel Warrnambool


High View Family Cottages


Tudor Motor Inn


Eight Spence


Things To Do Nearby

Places To Eat & Drink

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