Warrnambool’s patrolled surf beach is located off Pertobe Road. The beach fronts the foreshore reserve and forms the shoreline of Lady Bay.
The ‘Day on the Hill’ festival includes Australian music acts, activities and events for the entire family. Headline acts are supported by a great range of local acts that will entertain crowds across the Easter weekend.
Cheese World is the cellar door outlet for their award winning Warrnambool Heritage Cheddar cheese range.
Each year, roughly between late May and early October, Southern Right Whales return to their nursery at Logan’s Beach to give birth and raise their calves.
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village is a maritime museum and outdoor village with Australia’s richest shipwreck collection, all contained in an 1870s village located on a state heritage listed overlooking Lady Bay.
Built in 1885, Proudfoot’s Boathouse was a very popular destination for tourists from Melbourne, and first started serving afternoon teas in 1886.
The nearby Hopkins River mouth – with its beautiful cliffs, rock formations and rock pools – is a popular fishing spot.
Tower Hill is a major natural landmark around 15 km from Warrnambool. Many people visit it to enjoy a picnic or walk, to see its wildlife or to study its geology.