Around 9,000 people call Warragul in Gippsland home.
Melbourne, the state capital, is 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the northwest of Warragul, while Victoria is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the northwest.
There’s no excuse not to work on your swing when staying in Warragul, which boasts some of the most challenging holes in the region. To play golf in a new setting, play a few holes at Drouin Golf Club or the equally well equipped Warragul Country Club.
Plan a day at the Warragul Museum, one of the most fascinating museum experiences in Warragul. Admire the building and grounds, view the exhibits, then ask for tips from the locals to discover some of the smaller museums in the vicinity.
Nature lovers will be pleased to discover that Warragul also has several larger nature preserves which offer picturesque landscapes and some notable local wildlife. Go for a long walk in Bunyip State Park and appreciate being away from the paved streets.
The West Gippsland Arts Centre is one of the premier places to enjoy live shows in the Warragul area. After the curtain falls, why not grab a table at one of the nearby eateries and enjoy the regional cuisine.
Yarragon City Park is among the most frequently visited natural escapes around the city. It is a tranquil space where visitors of all ages come to picnic, play and relax.