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With a population in excess of 30,000, Warrnambool is the largest city between Geelong and Adelaide, it is also the regional centre for the South West of Victoria, it has hospitals, schools, a local university campus, plus all of the infrastructure you would expect in a modern city. Although Warrnambool is a popular tourist destination, visitors should not expect a quiet seaside village full of motels and caravan parks, it is a city with a large shopping centres, restaurants pubs, cinema’s, live theatre venues, dozens of sporting clubs covering all major sports, plus all of the civic amenities of metropolitan city, such as parks gardens, art gallery and churches etc.
Although Warrnambool is a busy regional city, it has by good luck and good planning managed to retain its holiday atmosphere, as the centre of the city is over a kilometre away from the beach. In fact the whole foreshore area is separated from the city by the Lake Pertobe development, which means visitors can enjoy a relatively quiet holiday by the sea, go for walks along the beach or fishing off the breakwater, and still be within walking distance of restaurants, pubs cinema’s or see a live show.