Warragul is a rural town located between the Mount Baw Baw Plateau and the Strezlecki Ranges in Australia, about 105 km (65 miles) from Melbourne. Warragul is the main service centre for the West Gippsland region and is known for its agriculture and dairy farming, such as Farm World.
- Mount Worth State Park
- West Gippsland Arts Centre
- Gippsland Field Days at Warragul
- Golf at the Warragul Country Club
- Trek the Screw Creak Nature Trail
- Go horseback riding with Tonimbuk Trail Rides
The rainiest months in Warragul are during the winter, from May to October. The temperature never goes below freezing and rarely dips below 10°C (50°F). The hot summer weather is cooled by oceanic breezes with an average temperature of 26°C (79°F).
Getting There & Around
Flights to Warragul arrive at Melbourne International Airport. The drive to Warragul from the airport follows the Monash Highway and Princes Freeway. Warragul can also be reached by the V/Line train service from Melbourne. Farther travel can be completed with connecting bus services. Several bus companies also provide regular coach services with a stop at Warragul.
Much of the tourist area is found along Victoria and Smith streets and can be explored on foot. There is also a public bus service in Warragul with stops throughout the town and surrounding area. The nearby area can also be explored on bicycle.
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