Holiday & Caravan Park in Great Ocean Road
Not Dog Friendly
In and around Warrnambool Holiday & Caravan Park
An interactive, 1870s maritime village and museum. This state heritage listed site and maritime village reflects the pioneering atmosphere of an 1870s coastal port.
Distance from park: 75km
Witness the rugged splendour of the famous 12 Apostles, magnificent rock stacks up to 45 metres in height, rising up majestically from the Southern Ocean on Victoria's dramatic coastline.
A year-round family attraction - 20 hectares of adventure playground paradise for kids, with giant slides, flying foxes, a maze and boat rides. Lovely walking tracks around the lakes, delightful picnic areas and sheltered BBQ facilities.
Nestled inside a dormant volcano, Tower Hill is today a beautiful haven for wildlife thanks to the efforts of Friends of Tower Hill and volunteers. There is a lake and wetland and during years of average rainfall it is not uncommon to see the wetland completely immersed in water.
They usually reach Warrnambool in late May/Early June, these majestic creatures of the sea. Almost every year between June and September, female Southern Right whales return to Warrnambool’s Logan’s Beach to calve. The whales often swim within 100 metres of the shore and can be viewed from the beach or sand dunes via a specially constructed whale viewing platform.
Discovery Parks - Warrnambool now have even more to entertain the kids with some wicked new arcade games available.
Ride along on a push-bike with your loved one at Discovery Parks - Warrnambool with four brand new tandem bikes available for hire. With lots of bike trails and stunning scenery to explore, you can travel at your own pace and be the envy of passers-by on your trendy two-wheeler.