What's on in Werribee
Werribee, an outer suburban area of Melbourne is located on the northern shores of Port Phillip, between Victoria's two largest -
Melbourne and Geelong. The focal point of the commercial and retain centre of Werribee is Station Place in
Watton Street that offer a number of entertainment venues, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
South of the Werribee city centre is the Werribee Park Tourism Precinct, which features
Werribee Open Range Zoo, the wonderfully restored building of Werribee Park Mansion,
built in the 1870s and many gardens. Also in the area are the Werribee Park Golf Club,
Shadowfax Winery and the National Equestrian Centre. Most of the recreational activities are
focus on boating, fishing, swimming and water sports. About 10 km south of the city centre is the
Werribee South Beach, which is located at the mouth of the Werribee River. The river estuary and
Port Phillip offers wonderful recreational fishing and there are many amenities such as boat ramps,
jetties, boat ramps. The area has sandy shore and grass foreshore verges that are idea for active sports
and passive recreation. Historic Point Cook is located on the shores of the bay to the east of Werribee.
There are a wide range of pubs, clubs and entertainment venues in Werribee offering live music, comedy,
concerts and various shows. Listed below are the major events in Werribee and the surrounding towns,
including the major regional centre of Geelong. Follow the links to find the venues and gigs that suit
your taste and preferences.
What's to See and Do - Attractions, Activities
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