Warrnambool Attractions

Rising up from the Southern Ocean along the Great Ocean Road are some of Australia's most iconic rock formations - the Twelve Apostles. The rugged splendour of these limestone cliffs have called crowd...
Cheese World is the show case for Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory’s national & international award winning produce & one of the south west’s most popular attractions. Situated on Australia's Great...
An attractive feature sometimes known as Warrnambool's Mini Niagara. In early summer hundreds of young eels can be seen fighting their way up the falls to reach the quiet waters upstream.
Opened in 1890 at a cost of five thousand pounds. The original suspension cables used were taken from old Melbourne cable trams.
A unique recreation of Australia's Maritime History with the artefacts and shipping representative of the nineteenth century coastal port. The new Entrance Gallery introduces visitors to the Maritime ...
a 32km stretch of scenic and historic coastline incorporating a magnificent series of sheer cliffs, deep caverns, great archways, grottos, island gorges, blowholes and spectacular off-shore rock stack...
Unique calving visits each winter, usually May-October. See these huge mammals at play in Australia's Southern Right Whale Nursery - it is a rare and unforgettable experience.
A State Game Reserve and one of Victoria's largest and most recently active volcanoes. The area is being replanted and restocked with wildlife.