Warrnambool has a well-regarded dining reputation – with pricing to suit all budgets.
High quality local produce is celebrated in many of the city’s finest restaurants, cafes and bistros. The resulting food matches the best you can find in Melbourne, with a wide array of Australian and multicultural options. See below for a full list of our local dining options.
Located at the restaurant and entertainment end of Liebig St in Warrnambool, Bojangles has a full à la carte menu featuring Italian cuisine and a selection of local seafood dishes. Dine in the relaxed Tuscan style restaurant seating up to 150 people. Take away and home delivery available.
The Pavilion Café & Bar
The Pavilion Café & Bar offers great coffee, breakfast and lunch 7 days a week from 8am – 5pm. Located at 50 Viaduct Road, Warrnambool; call (03) 5561 1551
Flying Horse Bar and Brewery
The Flying Horse Bar and Brewery is a unique venue which caters for varying clientele. The aim of the business is to service local customers and tourists alike with a unique and rewarding hospitality experience. The venue ceased brewing on premise in February 2012 but it continues to offer its two signature and awarded brews, Whale Ale & Dirty Angel as well as other commercial offerings on tap. It’s situated in a State-of-the-Art building offering a Sports Bar TAB, Restaurant, Lounge & Casual Bar, Courtyard & Beer garden, plus a Kids Room.
Proudfoots on the River
Proudfoots has great views and great food offering excellent value. Sit outside or enjoy the historic ambience at one of the inside tables. Open for breakfast lunch and dinner – 7 days a week. 2 Simpson Street, Warrnambool; call (03) 5561 5055
The Whaler’s Hotel
The Whaler’s Hotel offers everything you could possibly need for a great night out. Bands, DJs, sports, racing, great food, great people and great times. The largest entertainment venue in Warrnambool. Corner Liebig and Timor Streets Warrnambool; call (03) 5562 8391
Unwind and relax in the inviting bar area, including the heated beer garden…or enjoy the intimate and comfortable setting of the hotel’s magnificent restaurant, where you will experience a delicious menu and nothing but exceptional and personal service. The beer garden has a pictorial history of the hotel’s devastating fire on February 23rd 1929 – definitely worth a look.