The road less travelled is a path to discovery. The Bay West Driving Trail takes in many of Werribee and Surround’s most-loved attractions, while dishing up some amazing food and wine experiences to enjoy along the way.
For a journey full of surprises take time to explore:
Werribee Park Precinct
Bookend your road trip with a visit to the many attractions in the Werribee Park Precinct, including Werribee Park Mansion, Victoria Sate Rose Garden, Werribee Pen Range Zoo and pick up some local drops to take home with you at Shadowfax Winery.
The Werribee South market gardens are thriving in rich, red soil. This is the heart of the Melbourne food bowl.
Point Cook RAAF Museum
Hear tales of courage and adversity at this free museum and time your visit to take in the interactive flying displays on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 1pm.
Admire the colourful and quirky, heritage-listed boatsheds that have brightened the foreshore since the 1920s.
K Road Cliffs
Take in the views at the stunning K Road Cliffs, rising up from the Werribee River.
Point Cook Coastal Park
The park is a haven for birdwatchers, nature lovers and families. Climb the Observation Tower for a 360-degree birds-eye view, wander around the original homestead of the Chirnside family or fossick along the beach at low tide.
Point Cooke Marine Sanctuary
Teeming with opportunities to explore above and below the water. As Victoria’s largest marine park, this is a hot spot for snorkelers and divers .
Stroll along the waterfront at Wyndham Harbour, where the ultra-modern marina provides a glamorous hub for recreational boating and aquatic events.
Werribee South Foreshore
Stretch your legs and take a walk, with views across Port Phillip Bay. Hit the water for fishing, boating, spectacular kayaking or jet-skiing, amble amongst the Norfolk Pines or unwind with a picnic.
Pick up a map from the Werribee Visitor Information Centre, to plan your road trip.