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Getting Here

The vibrant coastal city of Warrnambool is located just off Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road. Getting to the festival couldn’t be easier with a network of road, train, bus and plane services that crisscross the area regularly.               

Travelling by Car

Warrnambool is the largest city in the Great Ocean Road region, located 263km south-west of Melbourne, a cruisy 3 hour drive via Geelong on the Princes Highway (A1) or Hamilton Highway (B140).

Travelling by Train

There are three services between Melbourne and Warrnambool every day. V/Line is Victoria’s largest regional passenger transport operator with a long history of serving its communities through rail and coach services. Visit www.ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007 to buy tickets and check timetables.

Fun4Kids Festival’s rail pick-up will meet the daily train arriving from Melbourne and drop passengers at accommodation properties on the City Bus Loop route. A small fee applies to use this service.

Travelling by Plane

We're excited to offer the option for families to get directly to Warrnambool by plane. With services operating daily direct from Melbourne on weekdays, it is the easiest and fastest way to get to the festival doors. Visit www.sharpairlines.com or call 1300 556 694 to buy tickets and check timetables. 

Travelling the Great Ocean Road

From the most amazing stretch of cliff tops, sandy beaches, lush rainforest, spectacular waterfalls, and arguably, one of the most breathtaking views in Australia - the iconic 12 Apostles. We invite you to come and experience and explore it first hand when you’re visiting the festival. With almost 30 destinations to explore along the coast and in our enchanting hinterlands, it’s the perfect time to start planning your next road trip with more to do, more to see and more to experience on the Great Ocean Road than ever before.

If you choose to come along the Great Ocean Road (B100), allow approximately 5.5 hours driving time (Melbourne to Warrnambool).

Visit www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au to find out more!

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