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Warrnambool is a pretty coastal city where southern right whales come to give birth each year between June and September. It’s a major tourist destination with plenty of attractions on offer and is one of the fastest growing rural cities.
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With an urban population of about 35,214 as of the 2016 survey, Warrnambool is the city located on the south-western coast of Victoria, Australia, which is situated on the Princes Highway and near the western end of the Great Ocean Road. It’s a bustling seaside city full of booming tourism, especially during whale watching season, with a rich culture and heritage so it’s not hard to see why many people are choosing to visit for tourism, or to make their sea change dream a reality!
Warrnambool’s Busy Town Center
Warrnambool is divided by its boundaries at Lava Street (north), Japan Street (east), Merri Street (south) and Henna Street (west). Right now the most notable business section of the town is the Liebig Street or the Warrnambool Central Business District (CBD). The main suburbs that surround this business area are: Sherwood Park, Merrivale, North, South, East and West Warrnambool, Allansford, among others.
When it comes to culture, Warrnambool has plenty of from festivals and food expos to whale watching where tourists from round Australia flock to watch the whales migrating.
At the end of June, the town holds the popular Children’s Festival Fun4Kids, which is usually held next to the Lighthouse Theatre in the CBD. There’s also what’s called a Wunta Fiesta, an annual festival held in Warrnambool over the first weekend of February and it’s considered to be one of south-west Victoria’s major community festivals.
The Local Economy
We should mention that Warrnambool is a magnet for business start-ups and expansion. Its comprehensive regional business plan involves tourism, manufacturing, agriculture and the service industry. Its tourism sector enjoys the benefits from the town’s strategic location near the iconic Great Ocean Road that offers remarkable views and stunning surfing areas for the adventurous.
Southern Right Whales
The Southern Right whales add a huge boost to tourism. In the winter months whale watchers flock to town, exploring what the Logan’s Beach nursery can offer. Whale-watching tours via boats bring a strong tourism boost for the town, along with dairy farming, education, retail and even meat processing.
Iconic Fletcher Jones
One of the biggest enterprises that established a manufacturing base in the town was the Fletcher Jones and Staff Pty Ltd clothing factory that opened in 1948 but then later closed in 2005.
The main attraction is Warrnambool’s Tower Hill State Game Reserve. It’s a protected area located in the Australian state of Victoria, which is just 275 kilometres west of Melbourne, and 15 kilometres north-west of Warrnambool.
This is just near the almost extinct Tower Hill volcano and wetland, which is 614 hectares in area. Established in 1892 as a national park, it was still not as developed as when it was declared by the government as a State Game Reserve in 1961 that later would offer extensive revegetation programs for locals.
Visitors say that a visit here is a timeless experience to learn about the area’s rich indigenous cultural and wildlife. This is an amazing place to take your family for a days wildlife and history tour.
Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum
Well worth a visit is the Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, which features the original lighthouse and Warnambool Garrison. Nothing says heritage and history better than a town’s original lighthouse which still exists today and built in the early 1870s! Other fun things not to miss out on here are the light and sound shows in the evening.
There are about 29,661 people in Warrnambool according to the latest Census Quickstats. 47.6% are male while 52.4% are female spread across 7,400 families and across 13,657 private dwellings. Average people per household would be 2.3, while the median weekly household income is at $1,145. Another interesting fact is that the mortgage median monthly repayments in the city is at $1,408.
From tourism to agriculture, Warrnambool is a growing hub for investment, including in the area of real estate. It helps that Warrnambool has current population growth as people move out of Melbourne after Covid 19, and it’s expected that rental returns will rise.
We can look after all your conveyancing for property transfers Warrnambool and surrounding areas.
Our service involves more than just preparing paperwork for settlement. For us it’s about providing great quality of service to our clients, giving them confidence that every step of the conveyancing process is being competently taken care of.
After all, buying and selling property is a large transaction and it’s life changing. Personally, it is such a rewarding feeling when we see our team work hard on a daily basis to meet our client’s needs.
Our business is completely focused on providing quality services and the best advice for our clients.
We understand you expect your conveyancing, both buying and selling to be handled professionally and skillfully. Getting to know our clients and the path that led them to the life changing decision to buy or sell their home, investment property, rural holding or business is what we love most about our work.
Our conveyancing lawyers offer a range of services so if you are a first home buyer, or selling the family home to downsize, buying a complex small business and need the contract reviewed or a building issue, we can capably provide you with our excellent legal knowledge and reasonable conveyancing fees.
We’re more than happy to answer any general questions, no matter how large or small, you may have about conveyancing. There is no such thing as a silly question, so please contact us!