Warrnambool has so much to offer, whatever the time of year. Climb a dormant volcano, explore the Shipwreck Coast, and watch a whale breaching just off shore.
This dormant volcano is a natural wonderland, home to emus, kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, echidnas and reptiles. A small lake inside the crater is a haven for water birds. Climb to the peak and enjoy spectacular views of the countryside.
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Bike, surf, swim, walk and fish amidst the natural beauty of this extraordinary coastline. Peak whale watching season is between June and September when the southern right whales come to calve just off Logans Beach.
Hot springs and Hopkins Falls
Hot springs and Hopkins FallsEnjoy the ultimate geothermal mineral bathing experience in open-air pools and sensory caves at the award-winning Deep Blue Springs. The nearby Hopkins Falls are a great spot for walking, fishing and picnicking.
Lake Pertobe Adventure Park
Lake Pertobe Adventure ParkThe kids will be in seventh heaven in this incredible playground by the foreshore featuring swing bridges, flying foxes, sandpits, a giant slide, and a maze. Hire a paddle boat and explore the lake, complete with miniature islands.
BeachesThere’s a beach for every occasion. Lady Bay is great for swimming, surfing, yachting, windsurfing and exploring the remains of shipwrecks. Don’t miss the evocatively named Flume and Grannys Grave Beach.
No need to stop when the weather’s against you. In Warrnambool, the action simply moves indoors with some great shopping, dining, history and culture.