Local Attractions

Top Attractions For Warragul

Historic Buildings and the Museum - The court house in Smith St, built in 1887, is classified by the National Trust, while the Wesley Uniting Church in Victoria St opened in 1889. The Warragul Historical Museum, containing local history and dairy exhibits, is situated in the old shire hall (1892). Of further historical interest is the Warragul Vintage Craft Park in Copelands Road which contains functioning examples of old farm equipment, a miniature steam train which carries visitors through the park and gardens, as well as barbecue and picnic facilities. Entrance is free and there is a playground for children.

Historic Buildings and MuseumsThe court house in Smith St, built in 1887, is classified by the National Trust, while the Wesley Uniting Church in Victoria St opened in 1889. The Warragul Historical Museum, containing local history and dairy exhibits, is situated in the old shire hall (1892). Of further historical interest is the...Read More
The SummitThe Summit is a 50 acre outdoor adventure park that provides incredible inspiring experiences and life changing programs, activities, accommodation and facilities for both locals and visitors alike. This include...Read More
Warragul BowlandCome into Warragul Bowland and enjoy a great bowling experience!! With arcade games and an equipped bar Warragul Bowl is the place to stop in during the week, weekend or school holidays....Read More
Warragul Country Club Golf Course"West Gippsland's Finest Golf Course"Situated in the West Gippsland region of Victoria, the Warragul Country Club has something for everyone with picturesque 18 hole golf course, Fairways Bistro, Spike Bar and modern Function Room. If you haven't seen the golf course lately, you don't...Read More
Alpine Trout FarmSpend some time in the great outdoors by visiting the Alpine Trout Farm at Noojee and experience the thrill of catching your own fresh trout from one of the fully stocked ponds. The Alpine Trout Farm is open to the public to enjoy a day out with the family to catch a trout and cook up on the ba...Read More
Brandy Creek Day SpaLuxurious and contemporary, Brandy Creek Day Spa presents the ultimate escape for mind and body. With a peaceful valley outlook across rolling vineyards to the Baw Baw Ranges Brandy Creek ...Read More
Gippsland Gourmet CountryDelight the eye & tempt the tastebuds as you meander through the lush rolling green hillsides in this superb area surrounding Drouin and Jindivick. Through this beautiful countryside you can soak in some true country ambience and hospitality. You may wish to visit the producers and growers of wi...Read More
Gumbuya ParkGumbuya Park is a friendly, family orientated theme park with beautiful natural bushland, native animals and birds. Set on 430 acres, just 45 mins from Melbourne, we have the longest concrete toboggan ride in the southern hemisphere, mini cars, twister karts, mini golf, paddle boats, water slide and...Read More
Hinterland DriveWind your way through the magnificent and diverse landscapes of West Gippsland on this unique scenic drive. Discover charming historical villages and rejuvenate body and mind while reveling in the stunning natural beauty around you. Kick off in Melbourne and pass through the rolling hills of the Yar...Read More
Lardner Park Yearly EventsLardner Park Events is a non- profit organization with a primary focus on activities, events and venue management. We manage Farm World, Victoria's largest agricultural event, Trucks in Action, the Civil Works Expo and the Jindi Harvest of Gippsland. The new Lardner Park Exhibition Centre compli...Read More
Mount Worth State Park15 km to the south is Mount Worth State Park, consisting of 164 hectares of land recovered after logging and grazing ceased. The ruins of old timber mills can still be seen in the vicinity. The mountain itself overlooks the valley to the north and meandering creeks to the south. The park can be appr...Read More
Mt Baw Baw Alpine ResortSituated at the Southern boundary of the Victorian Alps, Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort is the closest snowsports resort to Melbourne, just two and a half hours drive from Melbourne and even closer to Gippsland. Boasting over 30 hectares of downhill terrain, seven lifts, two terrain parks, 10km of cross c...Read More
Neerim and LookoutsVisitors to Neerim, to the north of Warragul, may wish to visit the dairy farm where Gippsland blue cheese can be seen in the making and tea can be enjoyed in the tea room. To the north-east is the Baw Baw National Park while Reservoir Hill, off Brandy Creek Road, offers fine views of Warragul and t...Read More
Old Gipps TownThis historic town is a collection of authentic buildings dating back from the 1840s through to the 1930s.
The site covers 8 acres and features several National Trust classified buildings and one of the best collections of horse-drawn vehicles and farm equipment in Australia. It also includes...
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Peppermint Ridge FarmPeppermint Ridge Farm offers unique experiences for all the senses. Taste the flavors of Australian native foods from our gardens. Learn about Australian native foods, organic vegetable growing, sustainability for home and farm at one of our workshops. See the Cornucopia Australis exhibition and lea...Read More
Phillip IslandCreate a lifetime of memories of long summer holidays on Phillip Island for your family, as you hit the beaches, visit attractions and make new furry friends. Fun with water - spend lazy days by the water, choosing from shallow swimming beaches and wild ocean beaches for surfing, fishing, swimmin...Read More
The 40 Walks of GippslandThe 40 Inspiring Walks website highlights Gippsland's most iconic and varied walks within the region. Whether you are looking for a short stroll or a two day hike, Gippsland's 40 Inspiring Walks will provide a range of information on walks throughout the region. For more information click Read More
Walhalla Historical TownshipWalhalla Historic Township is the jewel not only in our local area's crown, but also for Gippsland and Victoria. It stands almost frozen in time much as it was as a bustling gold mining town in the late 1800 's. The mix of the township's beautiful location in a deep mountain valley ...Read More
Walk, Run, Ride WarragulWalking and Cycling Baw Baw Shire offers many trails for you to explore. We have put together the Walk/Ride Baw Baw booklet, a 74 page guide to local paths. You can pick up a booklet from any Customer Service Centre or request one by [email|recreation@bawbawshire.vic.gov.au|Emailing Recreation] o...Read More
Warragul CinemasThe building in which the Warragul Cinema Centre occupies has a long and interesting history. Situated in the central business district it has been the primary entertainment venue for Warragul and surrounding areas since the 1930's when Mr. W.A Lawson built and operated an impressive cinema and ...Read More
Warragul Farmers' Market Warragul Farmers’ Market is a place for people to meet and support local farmers and producers and buy a huge range of fresh and hand made food. Every month we have live music, ready to eat food by some of the best in the region, organic vegetables, artisan bread, preserves, fresh fruit...Read More
West Gippsland Arts CentreThose interested in the arts may wish to investigate the acoustically-designed West Gippsland Arts Centre. Built on a 2.5 acre site, it is the focal point of the town's Civic Centre Complex. For the botanically-minded there are the attractive displays at Rowses Flower Farm in Warragul South or t...Read More
Wilsons Promontory National ParkAffectionately known to Victorians as 'the Prom', Wilsons Promontory is the southernmost point of the Australian mainland. Its 130 kilometre coastline is framed by granite headlands, mountains, forests and fern gullies. Tidal River, 30 kilometres inside the park boundary, is the focus for to...Read More