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SEE & DO easy stroll from Wareen. 

Enjoy the sounds and sights

of this glorious beach.

8 minutes down the road is Port Fairy, the tourist mecca of the region, with exquisite beaches and walks. Allow time to explore Griffiths Island, home to wallabies, a spectacular coastal walk and the famous Port Fairy lighthouseWell-known for fashion boutiques, a high-quality array of restaurants & cafes, and an excellent day spa. The friendly community keeps the town buzzing year round, with weekly markets, festivals and events to keep you occupied.

Potato Soup

Worn Gundidj is only a stones throw away. Also known as 'Tower Hill', this volcanic parkland is home to a great mix of Australian wildlife, including emus, koalas, kangaroos, swans and birds - a must see!

Be entertained at the Lighthouse Theatre. Step back in time at Flagstaff Hill. Take the kids for a paddle and a play at Lake Pertobe Adventure Playground. There's great nightlife, multiple art galleries, beauty salons, day spas, hot springs, films at Capitol Cinemaand a great variety of restaurants & shops to peruse. The coastline is worth exploring with great walking tracks & whales on call!

Budj Bim

TimboonDistillery & Fine Icecream

Hamilton: The Hamilton Hamper; Art Gallery

The Grampians, Dunkeld

Halls Gap: Zoo; Walks

Bay of Whales Gallery, Narrawong

12 Apostles, Great Ocean Road

Penshurst: Pub; Bakery; Mount Rouse; Kimpton Interiors; Art Gallery

...and much more

There's fabulous authentic pizzas to be had at Coffin Sally in Port Fairy. Closer still is wonderful Izzy's, Noodledoof and

Micky Burke's Pub in the Irish-inspired town of Koroit. For a hearty Australian dining experience try Conlan's Wine Store or The Merrijig Inn, Port Fairy. Dine waterside at

The Pavilion or Proudfoot's Boathouse in Warrnambool. Basalt Winery is just around the corner. There are plenty of Asian-inspired options in Warrnambool, Koroit and Port Fairy. You won't leave hungry!

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