Warrnambool Flights GuideWarrnambool is a former port city on the southwest coast of Victoria, Australia. Warrnambool is most famous for whale watching but some of its main attractions are Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Artery, Logan's Beach Whale-Watching Platform, Outlaw Gallery, and Warrnambool Botanic Gardens.
You can fly nonstop from Warrnambool to Melbourne. Canberra is 9.5 hours from Warrnambool by car and Sydney and Alexandria are 11.5 hours away while Adelaide is about 7 hours away by car. Brisbane is 21 hours away and Cairns is a 35-hour drive from Warrnambool. There is a mix of busses and trains you can take from Warrnambool to other Australian cities but they usually take significantly longer than driving.
December to March is the warmest months of the year in Warrnambool with average highs around 70°F. July to August are the coolest months with average highs in the 50s. During winter, temperatures can but not often hit below freezing. July and August are the wettest months with the driest month being January and February. The best time to visit Warrnambool is from June to October because that is when the southern right whales return to Logan's Beach and give birth and raise the calves. Be prepared for windy or rainy conditions.
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