On offer are a number of options for your stay, including luxury cabin accommodation, flat grassed powered and unpowered sites. We offer standard park facilities including a fully equipped laundry, baby bathroom and a number of amenities blocks for your convenience. We also offer a well stocked kiosk to cover you immediate needs.
Glen Cromie is also well known as a Day Park due to its idyllic location. A day visitor fee is applicable to all visitors. We also have 5 large Shelters available for hire, perfect for that family picnic, school, work or social group gathering. There are also a number of electric BBQ's placed around the park. We also have a large gas BBQ available for hire if needed.
Come into Warragul Bowland and enjoy a great bowling experience!! With arcade games and an equipped bar Warragul Bowl is the place to stop in during the week, weekend or school holidays.
The building in which the Warragul Cinema Centre occupies has a long and interesting history. Situated in the central business district it has been the primary entertainment venue for Warragul and surrounding areas since the 1930’s when Mr. W.A Lawson built and operated an impressive cinema and live theatre.
From the 1930’s to 1950’s the building underwent a series of re-developments. With a seating capacity of 960 complete with stage, dress circle and stalls and near perfect acoustics, this building was the venue for all-live shows and public hall events such as school speech night’s etc. within the area. It proudly boasts the appearance of the renowned pianist, Winifred Artwell who played to a packed house. Even the local boy, Lionel Rose boxed at this venue. It was and still is the hub of entertainment for the district.
Wild Dog Winery, Restaurant, Vineyard and Cellar Door Situated just three kilometres from Warragul (100km east of Melbourne) on Warragul Korumburra Rd, Wild Dog Winery & Restaurant offers stunning views of the Strzelecki Ranges combined with picturesque vineyard and olive plantation scenery from the newly established cellar door and restaurant complex. Most Successful Exhibitor Gippsland Wine Show 2009 The winery and vineyard was established in 1982 with the name "Wild Dog" coming from the nearby township of Warragul that is derived from the Aboriginal word "Warrigal" meaning dingo or wild dog. In 2009 Wild Dog was presented with the "Most Successful Exhibitor" award at the annual Gippsland Wine Show. Experience the taste of Gippsland Wild Dog Winery invites you to experience the seasonal A La Carte Dinner Menu or relax on the deck in picturesque vineyard settings, enjoying a light brunch or lunch, taking in the atmosphere that is uniquely Wild Dog, whilst enjoying the range of award winning cool climate wines. Wines: Extensive range of sparkling, table and dessert wines, including some exclusively to cellar door wines. 'In the heart of Gippsland's fertile dairy country, Wild Dog is a lovely place to visit. A long tree-lined driveway leads down through rich farmland, grazing cows, and tree-topped hills to the winery and cellar door. A new restaurant takes advantage of the superb views with large windows and a generously proportioned outdoor deck area, while a wetlands environment is being developed for visitors to stroll through. It's excellent white wine country with Chardonnay and Riesling the highlights, but Shiraz is evolving in quality as the vineyard matures.' Review by Ralph Kyte-Powell.
Mount Worth State Park protects a remnant of the forests that once covered the western Strzelecki Ranges. Tall wet forests of Mountain Ash, Mountain Grey Gum and Blackwood grow on the hills and slopes and tree fers flourish in sheltered gullies. Walking, picnicking and sightseeing are the most popular activities. The Giant's Circuit walk follows an old tramline route along Lorkin Creek to the Standing Giant - a huge Mountain Ash seven metres in circumference and probably more than 300 years old. Two lookouts on McDonald's Track give panoramic views over the Latrobe River valley, the Great Dividing Range and Westernport Bay. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.