With so many locations throughout Australia, we can help you to book a car rental in Warragul. A rural center of almost 17,000 people in Victoria, Warragul's name is inspired by an Aboriginal name that means "wild dog". Enjoy an experience in the town where the economy relies on dairy and agriculture, but also on the production of gourmet food. Established in 1877, Warragul was the home of the Dutch Jug brand and Iceberg brand, exporters of butter, butter oil and milk powder to Asia, and also in the Middle East.
Warragul has a traditional festival every year. On the first Friday of March Warragul Show is held, a farming and livestock show with a multitude of attractions for locals and tourists to make the most of. If you are travelling in your rental car through Victoria, it would be a shame not to visit such a picturesque city. Warragul is one hour and 15 minutes car rental drive to Melbourne. You may also check out our location pages for options on your next vacation.
Lilico Glass Studio is the home of the famous glass artist Haydn John. Visit this studio where you can see a gallery filled with his works of art made entirely of glass, many of them original, hand crafted and unique. He also makes small series, but mainly designs unique items. All the items are for sale, being classic and looking great, they are simple to fit into any house, no matter the style of the decorations.
West Gippsland Arts Centre located in the beautiful Civic Park is the center of arts in Warragul. This place offers Warragul locals and visitors with rental cars the possibility to watch plays in a 492 seat theater or other artistic performances, in a 200 seat arts space. The place also hosts all kinds of events ranging from conferences, workshops, festivals and meetings in Warragul. Be sure to pay a visit here whilst exploring Warragull.
The Warragul Show is held annually in the first Friday from March to celebrate farming with shows, live plays, outdoor cooking, live music and other artistic performances mainly offered by young artists from Warragul and the areas around town. This is a typical Warragul feast that has the potential to be an amazing and memorable experience, and it should not be missed.