Warrnambool, situated on the south-west coast of Victoria, three-and-a-half-hours’ drive from Melbourne, has a huge variety of activities and tourist attractions for all visitors. And Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments is the perfect place to stay while you explore our beautiful region.
At Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments, we’re proud of our range of Warrnambool accommodation options. We have queen and deluxe motel rooms, self-contained accommodation and holiday apartments suitable for couples, groups of friends, families and international travellers. We also provide motel accommodation to business and corporate guests.
As well as a wide variety of business and holiday accommodation, we offer an impressive range of services for our guests, including free off-street parking, free WiFi and free Foxtel. We also have a well-maintained children’s playground and guest laundry, plus room service is available for breakfast and dinner.
If you’re after centrally positioned, great value motel accommodation or short stay apartments in Warrnambool, all backed up with friendly service and attention to detail, contact Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments. We’re easy to find on Raglan Parade, the main road into Warrnambool. Look for the huge blue whale statue out the front.
The ‘Day on the Hill’ festival includes Australian music acts, activities and events for the entire family. Headline acts are supported by a great range of local acts that will entertain crowds across the Easter weekend.Visit Website
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village is a maritime museum and outdoor village with Australia’s richest shipwreck collection, all contained in an 1870s village located on a state heritage listed overlooking Lady Bay.Visit Website
Owned and operated by the Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Factory, Cheese World is the cellar door outlet for their award winning Warrnambool Heritage Cheddar cheese range. Around 13 km from Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments.Visit Website
Warrnambool’s patrolled surf beach is located off Pertobe Road. The beach fronts the foreshore reserve and forms the shoreline of Lady Bay.Visit Website
Held in July, Fun4Kids Festival is made up of 17 incredible fun zones full of kids’ entertainment and activities. With so many things to do in one location, you can choose your own adventure and enjoy the festival at your own pace.Visit Website
The Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic held in January is an internationally recognised event which attracts an invasion of professional race teams from the USA to win the coveted trophy.Visit Website
Peterborough – approximately 50km away – is well known for historical shipwrecks, as well as views of the London Arch – an offshore formation in the Port Campbell National Park.Visit Website
Around 17km away, Hopkins Falls are an ideal picnic, fishing and walking spot, with gas barbecues and toilets provided.Visit Website
The nearby Hopkins River mouth – with its beautiful cliffs, rock formations and rock pools – is a popular fishing spot.Visit Website
Close by is Warrnambool’s fantastic Lake Pertobe Adventure Playground – paradise for kids with giant slides, flying foxes, a maze and boat rides.Visit Website
Each year, roughly between late May and early October, Southern Right Whales return to their nursery at Logan’s Beach to give birth and raise their calves.Visit Website
All roads lead to the ‘Bool’ in the first week of May each year as the Club conducts the internationally acclaimed TAB Warrnambool May Racing Carnival.Visit Website
Nearby Middle Island has long been home to a colony of Little Penguins. Maremma dogs were trained to protect the penguins from foxes during the breeding season – as featured in the movie, Oddball.Visit Website
Located at Lavers Hill (approximately 126 km away), Otway Fly Treetop Adventures offers a nature-based rainforest walk in the treetops, plus an exciting zip line experience.Visit Website
Every March Port Fairy hosts its Folk Festival – a popular annual four-day music festival featuring local and international acts. Photo: Ferne Millen.Visit Website
Built in 1885, Proudfoot’s Boathouse was a very popular destination for tourists from Melbourne, and first started serving afternoon teas in 1886.Visit Website
Thunder Point Coastal Reserve, around 4km away, offers some of the best coastal scenery in the area.Visit Website
Tower Hill is a major natural landmark around 15km from Warrnambool. Many people visit it to enjoy a picnic or walk, to see its wildlife or to study its geology.Visit Website
Around three kilometres away, the Warrnambool Botanic Gardens comprise 20 acres of tranquil gardens, providing the people of Warrnambool with a great source of municipal pride and a timeless place of pleasure and interest for future generations.Visit Website
Each February the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village fleet of whaleboats are used for the Australian Whale boat Championships.Visit Website
Located approximately six kilometres from Blue Whale Motor Inn & Apartments, Wollaston Bridge was erected across the Merri River in 1890. A rare surviving example of a cable suspension bridge in Victoria.Visit Website