Warracknabeal

About

Living and working in Warracknabeal and Surrounds.Information Pack

Warracknabeal is situated on the banks of the lovely Yarriambiak Creek (below), which is lined by gum trees and winds through the township. Parks and gardens are located where the creek widens, and a number of footbridges span its length. A flora and fauna park is located on a bend in the creek, which has BBQ and picnic areas, a playground, and native animal enclosures. Tracks along both sides of the river, the Yarriambiack Creek Walk, take in some interesting sights.

The town boasts a number of historic buildings, including the old State Savings Bank building that now houses the Warracknabeal Historical Centre. The old court house is now used by the Warracknabeal Historical Society. A log lock-up for police, and an old brick water tower for the steam trains, are also sights worth a visit.

Warracknabeal has diverse agricultural industries including sheep & wool, wheat, barley, canola and lupins.

Accommodation

Student accommodation provided by the hospital is available on a first come, first served basis. Warracknabeal provides free accommodation to students, with breakfast and one meal on a shift included.

Contact the hospital directly for accommodation bookings.

Alternative options:

Warracknabeal: see www.tripadvisor.com.au/Hotels-g552269-Warracknabeal_Victoria-Hotels.html

Useful Links

For more information on the region, and what it has to offer, please visit the web links below.

Tourist information:     www.travelvictoria.com.au/warracknabeal/

http://www.hopetounvictoria.com.au/

http://www.beulahvictoria.com.au/

http://www.wimmeramalleetourism.com.au/

Yarriambiak Council information: http://yarriambiack.vic.gov.au/council/

More links have been provided in the information pack.

Contacts

General enquiries:

Website: www.goingruralhealth.com.au

Phone: (03) 5823 4500

Email: going-ruralhealth@unimelb.edu.au

 

Specific enquiries:

Website: www.goingruralhealth.com.au

Phone: (03) 4301 6853

Email: tricia.thorpe@unimelb.edu.au

Acknowlegements

Thanks to mattinbgn for the use of pictures.