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Take me away.

Breathe in the refreshing sea air with a stroll along the foreshore promenade overlooking the rugged Southern Ocean.

Experience beautiful moments
at these local attractions.

Tasman Holiday Parks Warrnambool, Great Ocean Road VIC.
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.


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.
Deep Blue Hot Springs - Warrnambool


Enjoy 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 Park


The 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.
Warrnambool Coastal Reserve


There’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.
Fletcher Jones Market | Tasman Holiday Parks Warrnambool


Open daily – browse antique, retro, modern and hand-made furniture, collectables, gifts, clothing and accessories, jewellery, bric-a-brac, old farm and garage tools, and more.
Proudfoots by the River exterior on the water | Tasman Holiday Parks Warrnambool


Fine dining in a historic boathouse with a riverfront view. The menu is built around Australian native foods and fresh local produce. Or enjoy a latte and cake or local premium wine on the balcony.


A top regional gallery featuring European salon painting, colonial works, Melbourne modernism, and works of local significance. Along with the permanent collection, there is a temporary exhibition space and community gallery.

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum.

This living historical fishing village showcases the region’s rich maritime history. A light and sound show brings to life gripping stories of the local Aboriginal people, the whaling years and the sailing ships that foundered off this coast.
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village

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