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  • Bay of Islands Coastal Park

    Stretching along the coast from near Warrnambool to Peterborough, this park protects coastal vegetation, unique wildlife and encompasses spectacular off-shore islands and rock stacks at Childers Cove, Boat Bay, Bay of Islands and Bay of Martyrs

  • Flagstaff Hill

    Discover what life was like in the 1870s in a recreated maritime village overlooking Lady Bay. There is a laser show for visitors and well-known theatre show "Shipwrecked" which brings to life the historical story of Loch Ard - a maritime disaster which occurred in 1878.

  • Lighthouse Theatre

    Incorporating the original Warrnambool Town Hall which was built in 1891, this performing art complex hosts an array of live performances, shows and exhibitions

  • Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail

    This trail links Port Fairy with Warrnambool via Koroit, passing through farm land, skirting the Tower Hill State Game Reserve and through the Merri River wetlands

  • Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve

    Situated between Warrnambool and Port Fairy, Tower Hill is located in an extinct volcano. Visitors are able to get up close and very personal with land-dwelling animals. It has been set up and maintained as a wildlife haven since the 1950s and is abundant with emus, echidnas and many different types of Australian water birds. The Worn Gundidj Visitor Centre is located within the reserve and offers guided interactive walks led by experienced local guides.

  • Warrnambool Art Gallery

    Established in 1886, the gallery houses a diverse collection of artworks and changing exhibitions

  • Warrnambool Botanic Gardens

    Designed in 1877, the gardens cover 8 hectares and feature wide curving paths, large sweeping lawns dotted with specimen trees, a fernery and octagonal band rotunda