News and Updates

Warrnambool’s city centre continues to be a hive of activity.

The city centre is in the midst of a once-in-a-generation upgrade with works in excess of $15 million under way. 

While the renewal is delivered Warrnambool City Council is encouraging people to keep supporting their favourite shops, cafes and professional services in the city centre.

All city centre businesses remain open and accessible while construction is under way on the 2018 stage of the renewal, which includes Liebig Street between Koroit and Timor streets.

Council has provided free 90-minute parking in Ozone Car Park and Cramond and Dickson Car Park along with making grants available to eligible retailers and property owners within the project area to help improve shop facades and access into their buildings.

The City Centre Renewal is funded by the Commonwealth Government, Victorian Government and Warrnambool City Council.

 

 On Sunday, May 13 Powercor will begin work to replace a high voltage cable that runs underneath the roundabout at the intersection of Koroit and Liebig streets.
  Works on the southern section of Liebig Street will begin on May 7, 2018 as part of the final stage of the 2018 City Centre Renewal program.
A new website celebrates the people, families and businesses in the heart of Warrnambool.
  Visitors to Warrnambool’s city centre now have more free parking options.
City centre visitors are encouraged to take advantage of free 90-minute parking in Ozone Car Park.
On-street parking in Liebig Street between Timor and Koroit streets will be free while the renewal works are under way in 2018. Time limits will still apply.
Preliminary on-ground work on the next stage of the City Centre Renewal will start on Monday, January 29.
The single traffic lanes and the zebra crossings at the Liebig Street roundabouts have been introduced to calm vehicle traffic movement and to make the street more pedestrian fr
Warrnambool's city centre now has two electric car charging stations.
Warrnambool City Council is introducing pay-by-plate parking in the CBD.
There’s a Block Party on in Liebig Street and everyone is invited! The event is on Sunday November 5 from 11am - 3.30pm.
The final asphalt layer will be laid along Liebig Street between Koroit Street and Raglan Parade on Saturday October 28.
From Monday, October 16, the bus interchange in Warrnambool’s Koroit Street will be relocated to Lava Street.
Your next selfie could win you a sensational spring racing package.
The community is invited to kick off the end of school term at a free Footy Fever event at the Civic Green this Friday, September 22.
The City Centre Renewal work is transitioning to the east side of Liebig Street on July 31, with the northbound lane of Liebig Street reopening to traffic.
Provincial Home Living has joined the promotion to support Warrnambool city centre traders.
A Liebig Street travel agency is the latest Warrnambool retailer to join the campaign to promote the city centre as the South West’s premier shopping destination.
A leading real estate company has joined the campaign to promote Warrnambool’s city centre as the South West’s leading shopping destination.
Spend $30 or more at a participating Liebig or Koroit Street business between now and October 1 and you could be in the running to win $1 million – or a car or maybe two!
Draft designs for Zone 2 of the City Centre Renewal, which covers the southern block of Liebig Street and Koroit Street between Liebig and Kepler streets, are out for comment.
Council’s 21st century city centre will have electric car charging capability.
Wannon Water is currently undertaking work as part of the Warrnambool City Centre Renewal Project.
From March 7 to 9, the relocation of water valves will occur during split shifts at the Liebig Street, Koroit Street intersection.
Work at the intersection of Liebig and Lava streets will continue throughout March.
Spend $30 or more at a participating Liebig or Koroit Street business between February 13 and October 1 and you could be in the running to win one of several great prizes, incl
The Warrnambool community is invited to help shape Stage II of the City Centre Renewal.
From Monday, February 6, the north-bound lane of Liebig Street between Koroit and Lava streets will be closed as the construction on the $15 million City Centre Renewal gets int
During the first stage of the City Centre Renewal, 19 English plane trees will be removed and replaced with 30 mature Chanticleer ornamental pear trees (Pyrus calleryana).
Warrnambool’s city centre will be a hive of activity over 2017.
The construction phase of Warrnambool’s City Centre Renewal has been officially launched.
The WCC and the WAG invite suitably experienced artists to submit an EOI for a site-specific public artwork.
Free off-street parking is now part of the city centre renewal business support package.