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Taco Bill Mexican Restaurants

50 Liebig St
Warrnambool 3280, VIC


phone  (03) 5562 9753


Taco Bill is synonymous with Mexican food in Australia as it is the longest established and most respected Mexican Restaurant family in the country. Taco Bill has created a menu which offers a wide variety of authentic and traditional Mexican cuisine that has truly developed a loyal and growing following.

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Warrnambool:

Population: 33,922
Established: 1855
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Location: 265 km (165 mi) from Melbourne
Local Government Area: City of Warrnambool
County: Villiers
State District: South-West Coast
Federal Division: Wannon
Mean max temp Mean min temp Annual rainfall
17.9 °C 9.6 °C 741.9 mm

Warrnambool is a regional city located on the south-western coast of Victoria, Australia in the City of Warrnambool Local Government Area. The city has a population of 33,922. It is situated on the Princes Highway and is near the western end of the Great Ocean Road.

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Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village overlooks the infamous Shipwreck Coast on the Great Ocean Road of Victoria. Situated within an hour’s drive of the Twelve Apostles at Warrnambool, Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village showcases the dramatic history of the Shipwreck Coast where 180 ships have come to grief and the Great Ocean Road experience. Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village is Australia’s most awarded maritime heritage precinct, combining the 1870’s charm and heritage of the maritime village with the spectacular Sound and Light show – ‘Tales of the Shipwreck Coast’. Guided tours of the Village run Daily at 11.30am, however it is mostly self-guided. 

Visit: Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village, 89 Merri St, Warrnambool, Victoria 3280 Australia

BY DAY Flagstaff Hill’s Maritime Village is set on 10 acres and reflects the pioneering atmosphere of an 1870’s coastal port. Visit the Sail Maker’s Loft, Village Blacksmith, Shipping Agent, Ship Chandlers, Bank of Australasia, Printer’s workshop, and much, much more. Guided tours are available at no charge (bookings essential). Experience first-hand the perils of early sea travel as you explore The Gravesend Theatre, Interactive Displays, and the Relics & Treasures recovered from various shipwrecks in the Great Circle Gallery.
A key feature of the Great Circle Gallery is the priceless Minton earthenware statue, the Loch Ard Peacock, Australia’s most valuable shipwreck relic. Transported from England to Melbourne aboard the clipper the Loch Ard in 1878 for display at Melbourne’s Great International Exhibition of 1880, the life-sized Loch Ard Peacock was washed ashore in a packing crate, just days after its namesake ran aground.


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