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CULTURE AND ART
VISITORS can also celebrate the
cultural diversity of this part of
the world by visiting some of the
galleries and art studios that dot the
Whether you want to explore hidden
treasures that lurk in antique stores
or seek out new works by burgeoning
artists, south-west Victoria is rich
with fine galleries and artists' studios.
The region is also home to works from
established, world-renowned artists.
THE city also offers fascinating
coastal walks and idyllic river
trails for those wanting to explore
the region on foot. The Lady Bay
foreshore promenade is one of the
city's most popular and scenic walks.
It tracks the foreshore from the
breakwater to Logan's Beach.
The mystery of the Mahogany
Ship comes to life on the Mahogany
Trail, which covers 23 kilometres of
the coast between Port Fairy and
Warrnambool. Other local walks
include the heritage walk through
the city, Thunder Point and Hopkins
WHILE staying in Warrnambool,
visitors can choose from an
extensive range of accommoda-
tion at a price to suit.
Whether pitching a tent, staying
in a cabin, or hiring one of the many
luxury apartments or holiday homes,
Warrnambool has something to offer.
Go to www.visitwarrnambool.com.
au for an online accommodation
booking service with options and
SIMON'S Waterfront and the newly
built Foreshore Pavilion offer
visitors excellent beachfront
dining, while Proudfoots Boathouse
restaurant on the banks of the
Hopkins River is another great option.
There are plenty of other fine eateries
in Liebig Street's restaurant precinct
and quality take-away food outlets on
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