Activities

Geoff and Pru are always keen to ensure guests make the most out of their stay, and are on hand to offer sightseeing suggestions or assist with tour bookings, but if you'd prefer to get out and about by yourself you can use one of their on-site mountain bikes.

Mountain Bikes

We have mountain bikes available for guests that would like take a ride on some of the many bike tracks available in Warrnambool.

Mountain Bike Hire(Helmets Included)

$15 - 2 hours

$25 Half Day(4 Hours)

$30 Full Day(8 Hours)

Kyak Hire

 

Single

Double

1 HR

$20

$30

2 HR

$30

$40

4 HR

$50

$60

5 HR

$70

$80

 

Stand up Boards

$30 - 2 hours

$45 Half Day(4 Hours)

$60 Full Day(8 Hours)

Fishing

Rod/bait/ bucket Combo $15
Fishing Lic extra if required

Front of the Building

Body Boards, Surf Boards

Being only a short walk to the beach, we have some body and surf boards available.

Surfboard Hire

$20 - 2 Hours

$25 - Half Day(4 Hours)

$40 - Full Day(8 Hours)

Wetsuits $10

Whale Watching

Season Permitting, you should be able to view the whales at numerous points around Warrnambool.

 

Front of the Building

Rundell's Horse Riding

"Said to be two of the best horse riding centres around"
Come and explore Victoria's South West on horse back.


Port Fairy Rail Trail

The Rail Trail offers 37 km. of scenic experience.
It passes through farmland in Port Fairy, Koroit, Illowa and Warrnambool and is designed to showcase the rural scenery of the Moyne Shire – an attribute familiar to many, but also very much appreciated by visitors to the region.
Website: www.portfairytowarrnamboolrailtrail.com

 

Tower Hill (Victoria's First National Park 1892)

Tower Hill Reserve, nestled inside a dormant volcano, is today a beautiful haven for wildlife thanks to the efforts of Friends of Tower Hill and volunteers. A lake and wetland are features of the reserve, and during years of average rainfall it is not uncommon to see the wetland completely immersed in water.
Koalas, emus, kangaroos, sugar gliders and many species of water birds, including the graceful black swans roam freely throughout the reserve, often within clear view. Located only 14km west of Warrnambool on the Princes Highway, Tower Hill is popular among people of all ages for picnics, nature walks and wildlife watching
Website: http://www.warrnamboolinfo.com.au/pages/tower-hill/

 

Resources

Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre

When visiting Warrnambool, make the city's Visitor Information Centre your first port of call. Open 9.00am-5.00pm seven days a week. Closed Christmas Day. website

Tourism Victoria

Tourism Victoria is the State Government authority responsible for developing and marketing Victoria as a premium tourist destination for Australian and international travellers. website

17 Stanley St.
Warrnambool Victoria,
Australia, 3280
ph/fax: +61 3 5562 4874

email: info@beachbackpackers.com.au

 

 

 

Bells Beach Backpackers

If your driving the Great Ocean Road,
why not stop at our
sister Hostel in Torquay
Where the Great Ocean Road Begins!

www.bellsbeachbackpackers.com.au

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