We continued to drive forward and came to Warrnambool. It is generally believed that Warrnambool is the last attraction and town on the Great Ocean Road, because the general tourist group will turn to the highway back to Melbourne when they arrive here, and rarely return along the Great Ocean Road. Although Warrnambool is not very well-known, but there are invincible beaches, so I actually stayed here for an hour to play. The advantage of free travel is that it is casual and fun. Who cares what the name of this attraction is. The beach here is also very good, there are few people, you can take a break here and relax by car.
The small town of Warrnambool is a very clean seaside town. I drove here along the Great Ocean Road. For the classic attractions on the Great Ocean Road, this is basically the end of the Great Ocean Road. Won't come here. There is a beach nearby, a good place for locals to walk their dogs for leisure, nothing special.
A small city at the end of the Great Ocean Road, quiet, with few Chinese. We ran into a Taiwanese people who were also driving by themselves. They drove over from Adelaide and went out to watch the sunset on the Great Ocean Road in the evening.
Warrnambool is located on the southwest coast of Victoria, Australia. It is a port city. It is the end of the Great Ocean Road and the end of two other important roads in southwestern Victoria: Princes Road and Hamilton Road, attracting more than 700,000 people every year. Visitor's visit. Warrnambool is also known as the "Whale City". Logans Beach in the east is a natural breeding ground for southern right whales. Large numbers of southern right whales come here from May to August every year. Breeding offspring is the best time to watch southern right whales. There are many tourist destinations in this city, including the wonderful Lake Pertobe Playground, colorful botanical gardens, the fun-filled Hopkins River, the tourist-friendly Merri River, and Hopkins Falls (Hopkins Falls) provides picnic and fishing places for tourists.
We can go to Logan's Beach in Warrnambool to see the whales. If we are lucky, we can see the whales, but we are not lucky and only see the calm sea, but many people wait for the whales to appear. You can drive to Tower Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, which is a 20-minute drive from Warrnambool, which is very worthwhile. The famous animals in the reserve are kangaroos, koalas, and emu (emu). But first along the Lake view road, you will see an entrance to the observation deck. The terrain is higher and you can enjoy the scenery of the lake area. We saw three kangaroos in the woods. After looking at the roadside along the Lake view road back to the highway A1, we found an emu with her 4 babies, taking a leisurely walk. Because it was unable to park, we could only take a picture in the car. Not far along the A1, there is an entrance, you can enter the island, the scenery is also beautiful, and you saw 3 kangaroos, but unfortunately only one koala found.
Warrnambool’s beach is very wide and there are many surfers. There are basically no highlights in the city, but the seaside resort facilities are very complete. The RV camp where we live has bathrooms, kitchens, laundry rooms and various service facilities. It is very quiet at night when the moon is clear; and the scenery is unparalleled in the early morning.