What's On

What's on?

By Christine Steere


What’s on in Warrnambool – March / April 2021?

Garden Market

Warrnambool Community Garden

FROM: Wed 14 April 3:30 pm
TO: Wed 14 April 6:30 pm

Warrnambool's favourite little market returns! The only place to shop for freshest fruit and veggies, locally propagated seedlings and plants, produce from small makers and growers within 150km of home. #buylocal #supportlocal #freshest #friendliest #lovecommunity

LOCATION: Grieve St, Warrnambool


Community Supported Playgroup

(run by Warrnambool City Council)


Our supported community playgroup is an informal and relaxed playgroup for all families with children aged from 0 to preschool years to enjoy. The playgroup is run by qualified childcare workers who are there to provide incidental parenting education and support through role modelling and informal education.

The playgroup provides an opportunity for children and parents to interact in a positive manner. It assists in enhancing parenting skills whilst giving parents the confidence to socialise with others.


Whale Watcing


Almost every year between June and September, female Southern Right whales return to the waters of Warrnambool’s Logans Beach to calve. The whales often swim within a hundred metres of the shore. They can be viewed from a specially constructed platform in the sand dunes or from the beach.

Location: Logans Beach Road, off Hopkins Point Road, Warrnambool
Admission: Free
Open: Access all times.
Information: Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre (03) 5559 4620

For updates on sightings visit www.visitwarrnambool.com.au or follow the sightings on Facebook!