Warrnambool Adventures

Warrnambool Winter Activities

Looking for Warrnambool winter activities? Winter is a great time to visit Warrnambool with plenty to do on a winter getaway in Warrnambool, cafes where you cosy up with hot coffee and restaurants serving up hearty meals. Winter attractions in Warrnambool include:

Winter Attractions in Warrnambool

Without a doubt, one of the best winter attractions in Warrnambool is whale watching (from May through to September). Follow the Winter Whale Trail to see these majestic creatures (including Southern Right, Humpback, Blue and Orca) journey from the Antarctic to breed, birth and raise their calves right here in this stunning location. They nurse their young close to the shore so you should be able to spot them from one of the many viewing platforms – Logans Beach in Warrnambool is one of the best local spots for whale watching. Download the Winter Whale Trail Map to see the best spots for whale spotting along the coast.

Other winter attractions in Warrnambool include:

  • A brisk, refreshing winter walk along the beach
  • The sound and light show at the Flagstaff Maritime Museum and Village
  • Soaking in the local hot springs
  • A bushwalk in one of the National Parks in the area
  • Middle Island Little Penguin colony
  • Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

Winter Getaways Warrnambool

Winter getaways in Warrnambool are a great option if you’re wanting to get away for a bit adventure or if you would just like to relax and rejuvenate. There is a fantastic range of accommodation options for your winter stay in Warrnambool including hotels & motels, self contained apartments & holiday houses and resorts. After a walk along the beach you can warm up with a coffee from one of the many local cafes and there’s nothing like fish & chips on a cold winter’s day – you could try braving the beach for a takeaway lunch or dinner and there are plenty of restaurants & bars to visit. Cosy up with a cocktail or two and enjoy live music at one of the local venues.

Plan Your Winter Getaway In Warrnambool Today

The local experts at the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre will be able to provide advice and information on winter stays in Warrnambool.

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