Warrnambool is a regional city on the south-western coast of Victoria. The city is a major destination for people travelling along tourist routes including the Great Ocean Road, Princes Highway and the Melbourne-Warrnambool railway. Over 700,000 tourists visit Warrnambool each year to relax in the beach environmental and surrounding recreational precincts.

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General Information about Warrnambool

Warrnambool is a regional city on the south-western coast of Victoria. Warrnambool is Victoria's largest coastal City outside Port Phillip Bay and is the fastest growing economy and population centre in the Great South Coast. The city is a major provider in the fields of commerce, governance, social services, health, education, culture, the arts and recreation.

Warrnambool is a major destination for people travelling along tourist routes including the Great Ocean Road, Princes Highway and the Melbourne-Warrnambool railway. The City caters for regional, intrastate, interstate and international visitors. With a location adjoining both protected and exposed coastline and a strong maritime and built heritage, over 700,000 tourists visit the city each year to relax in the beach environmental and surrounding recreational precincts.

Physical attractions such as Lake Pertobe, the Hopkins and Merri Rivers, the Lady Bay foreshore and the prospect of whale watching provide a range of year-round activities.

For more information on where to stay and what to do, see our Warrnambool directory.

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