Wyndham City’s AquaPulse is a premier aquatic and fitness facility that caters for the serious athlete or a family wanting to enjoy a great day out.
Wyndham City’s Eagle Stadium is the largest indoor recreation facility in Melbourne’s West.
From the K Road Cliffs you can see the beginnings of the estuary of the Werribee River below.
Located in prestigious grounds of Werribee Park, the Victoria State Rose Garden is an internationally acclaimed garden
Why travel thousands of kilometres when a taste of African adventure is available just 30 minutes from Melbourne’s city centre, at Werribee Open Range Zoo?
Werribee Park is a significant cultural and heritage attraction offering an authentic insight into Australias richly diverse history.
If you have ever wanted to experience the thrill of flying, your time is now!
A search around the world was required to restore an old WW2 legend, the B24 Liberator to its former glory.
Each year thousands of migratory birds from as far as Siberia, Japan and Alaska make their way to Wyndham, in southern Australia.
Chirnside Park includes a range of sporting facilities as well as barbeque and picnic facilities
Little Red Train is a family friendly trackless train ride, located within the popular Werribee Park Tourism Precinct.
The Wetlands provides an excellent opportunity for the local community to meet, recreate and be engaged in a variety of both formal and informal community wellbeing activities.
If you’re looking for a unique and fun place to celebrate your birthday, get fit, or hold a corporate event, look no further.
Laverton Skate Centre is one of Melbourne's original roller skating rinks in operation since 1983.
Join skipper Jason Farrugia, a Port Phillip specialist as we target Snapper, King George Whiting, Gummy sharks, Squid and all other species local waters have to offer
Melbourne 4×4 Training and Proving Ground has been operating since 1995.
Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre hosts major equestrian events and is used for elite training.
Classified by the National Trust as a building of historical value it was constructed in 1893.
The Point Cook Coastal Park and Cheetham Wetlands rank among the top places in the world for migratory wading birds.
In 1852, Thomas Chirnside bought land in Point Cook and commenced construction of the elegant bluestone Point Cook Homestead.
Located on the sheltered sandy shores of North-Western Port Phillip, the sanctuary is one of the most prolific areas of marine life in the bay.