Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the City Heart Motel in Victoria
Located in a residential street just off the highway, the City Heart is also within 100 metres of Warrnambool’s main street, giving guests all the advantages of a quiet location, but within a minutes walk of a dozen or more restaurants. City Heart Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. Rooms at the City Heart are spacious and provide a comfortable living space for guest with all the amenities including LCD TV, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, tea and coffee plus free WiFi and a guest BBQ and entertaining area. City Heart has off street parking for all vehicles. As a Budget Motel in Warnambool, you will always get the best affordable rates when you book direct for accommodation!
Marvel at Warrnambool’s captivating position, nestled into the rising contour of Victoria’s south-west coast amid green dairying country and overlooking the deep blue of the Southern Ocean. Breathe in the sea air with a stroll along the foreshore promenade, then pause for breakfast with a view at the Pavilion Cafe and Bar. Discover the turbulent history of the Shipwreck Coast on a visit to the award winning Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. Admire the historic lighthouses and see the infamous Loch Ard shipwreck of 1878 brought to life with a fascinating sound and laser show. Explore the ancient geological history of the region at Tower Hill, just 14 km west of Warrnambool. Located in an extinct volcano crater, Tower Hill Reserve is a haven for native flora and fauna. Join Indigenous guides on a tour through the reserve to see kangaroos, emus and koalas up close and learn about the local Aboriginal culture. Find a spot at the viewing platform at Logans Beach and be the first to catch a glimpse of a fluking southern right whale. These giants return every June to October to their nursery at the beach to give birth and raise their calves. They can often be seen just 100 metres off the shore, but make time for multiple visits.
The Surf Coast includes the main towns of Torquay, Anglesea, Aireys Inlet (believed to be one of the Great Ocean Road’s greatest secrets) and Lorne. Lorne is the final stop along the Surf Coast and one of the more well-known and well-established coastal settlements within the Great Ocean Road region. Winchelsea in the Hinterland is a classic country victorian town; a great break in your journey and an inland gateway to the state’s south west and the Otways. You will enjoy meeting the locals who will make you feel so welcome, kick off your shoes and soak up the ambience of a your coastal visit.