Located overlooking Lady Bay the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre offers a range of information and services for visitors to Warrnambool.
Free copies of the Warrnambool Visitor Guide are available as well a range of tourism and community-based brochures along with maps and location information. Over the counter and online tourism bookings systems are operated by the visitor centre and can be viewed on www.visitwarrnambool.com.au
It’s always good to talk to a local so drop into the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre or call the free call number 1800 637 725 for brochures or suggestions over the phone.
- Accommodation and activity bookings
- Internet access
- Free parking
- Fishing licences
- Viewing binoculars
- Onsite attraction
- Gift shop
- Bike hire
Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre Booking Service is the best location to see the widest range of Accommodation and Tour Services. All bookable online - search accommodation options.
Whale watching: updated sightings!
Warrnambool is known as Victorias Southern Right Whale Nursery. Almost every year between June and September, female Southern Right whales return to the waters of Warrnambool’s Logans Beach to calve. The whales often swim within a hundred metres of the shore and can be viewed from the beach via a specially constructed viewing platform.
For the latest whale sightings visit www.visitwarrnambool.com.au
Warrnambool Visitor Guide
The Official Visitor Guide is a comprehensive guide to what to do and see plus where to stay in Warrnambool.
Warrnambool Conference & Event Planner
The Warrnambool Conference and Event Planner is your first point of contact when planning your meeting, conference, incentive or event in a destination boasting world-class attractions, a wide variety of facilities and spectacular surrounds.
Free Call: 1800 637 725
Location: 89 Merri Street, Warrnambool
Post: PO Box 198, Warrnambool Victoria 3280
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Open: Daily 9am – 5pm
Service delivered from Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village from 5pm - 9pm
(Closed Christmas Day)