Liebig Street

Liebig Street is at the heart of Warrnambool’s city centre. It is where you will find a diverse mix of professional services, retail and dining experiences.

National chains and independent traders have found a home in Liebig Street, named after the German chemist considered the founder of organic chemistry and famed for his research into fertilisers.

The street is fertile ground for retailers and for ensuring a rewarding experience for visitors to the city centre.

Visitors to the city centre can turn directly off the Princes Highway (Raglan Parade) into Liebig Street.

The City Centre Renewal will see underground infrastructure upgraded, new road pavement, removal of gutters and the installation of new street furniture, activity nodes, public art and wider footpaths paved with bluestone.

The 2018 stage is being delivered in two halves with the northern half of the block being worked on first, followed by the southern half of the block.

Work began at the start of this month and is expected to be complete towards the end of 2018.

The $15 million City Centre Renewal is funded by the Australian and Victorian governments and Warrnambool City Council.