Local Attractions

Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village

Surfside Holiday Park is adjacent to this award winning maritime museum and outdoor maritime village.

Built around the original Lady Bay Lighthouses, Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village holds Australia’s largest Shipwreck collection from the notorious Shipwreck Coast.

Winner of the past 4 Victorian Tourism Awards – Best Attraction and Museums Australia  Award for Museum Excellence. There is something always new at Flagstaff Hill.


Shipwrecked Sound and Laser Show

An event not to be missed is this multi-million dollar sound and laser show that recounts the last voyage of the famous Loch Ard that wrecked at what we now know as Loch Ard Gorge.

Sailing nightly at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village.

To see a Sneak Peak of Shipwrecked – Click Here

Special Offer

Buy your tickets to Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village at the Surfside Holiday Park office and receive a 10% discount on day or night time entry.


Warrnambool Art Gallery

With fresh exhibitions always being launched the Warrnambool Art Gallery has a wonderful collection acquired over its 125 years of operation.
See whats on – Click Here



Warrnambool’s indoor heated pool and gymasuim welcomes casual users. If you are in town looking for a class, or just want a swim in one of the 3 indoor heated pools then drop in for a dip.
Aquazone Web Site – Click Here     


Warrnambool Whales

Warrnambool is such a great place for a family holiday that even Southern Right Whales come here each year. Warrnambool welcomes southern right whales each year between approx. June and October.

Mothers come to give birth to their calves in the safety of Lady Bay and Logans Beach areas.


Whale Updates are maintained on the visitwarrnambool Web Site – Click Here 


Or join Great Ocean Road Whales Facebook Page for sightings along the whole of the Great Ocean Road.  Click Here


Other Warrnambool Attractions

For a great view of whats on and where to go in Warrnambool make sure you visit the Warrnambool Visitor Information Centre official web site www.visitwarrnambool.com.au