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Warrnambool was founded in the middle of the 19th century and became an important port during the Victorian Gold Rush. These days, it is a town of 30,000 enjoying a thriving tourist industry.
Warrnambool does have an airport, but this is not a common way of getting there and there are no scheduled commercial flights.
Warrnambool is situated at the western end of the Great Ocean Road, but to reach it quickly from Melbourne, you can travel along the Princess Highway, which is about a 3-hour journey. The Princess Highway continues on to Adelaide.
There is a weekly coach service with V/Line from Melbourne, on Sundays. There are also V/Line buses to Portland, Mount Gambier, Ballarat and Hamilton. Additionally, local buses connect on to Port Fairy and Koroit.
|Southern Right Motor Inn||53 Raglan Parade||hotel||-|
|Warrnambool Beach Backpackers||17 Stanley street||HOSTEL||84|
|Victoria Hotel||90 Lava Street||Hotel||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
Australia Post is the government's postal service. Most reasonably sizable townssuburbs will have at least one post office. A standard letter or postcard sent within Australia will cost $0.55. Internationally, it costs $1.40 to send postcards anywhere in the world. Letters cost $1.45 to send within the Asia Pacific region and $2.10 to anywhere else in the world. . It is also possible to send things as parcels or by express mail.
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