Flag Inn Western Coast

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

349 Raglan Parade
Comfort Inn On Raglan
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples76
  • Solo57
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Warrnambool

The Breakwater

by Kate-Me

This is the Breakwater, which was built in the 1880’s when Warrnambool was a very important sea port, carrying almost as much sea traffic as the port of Melbourne.
In rough seas, the water can still come right up over the top.

Look closely...

by Steve-H

From Melbourne to Warrnambool there are two roads, the A1 Princes highway or the Great Ocean Road, i recommend the latter for the scenery and the wildlife. The sound of the parrots will have you looking in all directions for them as they flit from tree to tree but the really sharp eyed may be lucky enough to get a glimpse of a wild Koala, this one was sitting by the roadside and was really easy to spot, it was a lot bigger than i expected.

Koalas at Tower Hill

by Kate-Me

In Central Victoria, Tower Hill is absolutely the best and easiest place to see numerous Koalas in the wild (unless you live near Melbourne, in which case French Island is probably a bit closer)
Often they can be quite low down in the trees too, such as this one (only about 2.2 metres off the ground)
For more Koala pics, see my Tower Hill pages.

Flagstaff Hill

by Anne12

Here is the village that shows the early town of Warrnambool and Port.
Featuring the Gravesend Theatre and Great Circle Gallery.
Also they have a multi million light and sound show, Shipwrecked.

Open Daily
Check the times for the Shipwrecked show.

lovely Warrnambool

by tomnjan

Warrnambool is our home town in the South West of Victoria. It is a seaside town of some 28,000 inhabitants situated at the end of the Great Ocean Road. Apart from the glorious beaches, Warrnambool has a graet facilities for families holidaying in the area. Camping facilities are first rate and close to the foreshore. other accommodation include hotels, motels and b&b's.

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 Flag Inn Western Coast

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Address: 349 Raglan Parade