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.


Address: Neerim VIC 3831, Australia
Noojee Trestle Bridge

Neerim and Lookouts

Visitors 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 the district. Other scenic spots in the area include the Glen Cromie and Glen Nayook nature reserves and the Tarago reservoir on the Jindiwick Road.
Last Updated: Tuesday 19th April, 2016