Moorabool Shire, just 45 minutes from Melbourne CBD is full of popular tourist destinations and boasts attractive villages like Bacchus Marsh, Ballan, Gordon and Blackwood plus a host of natural attractions such as the Wombat State Forest, Brisbane Ranges and the Lerderderg and Werribee Gorges.
A stunning Shire spanning more than 2,110 square kilometres, Moorabool is made up of 64 localities, hamlets and towns. More than 74% of the Shire comprises of water catchments, state forests and national parks. Moorabool boasts breathtaking landscapes, national parks, forests, gorges, mineral springs and tourism attractions. Some of its key attractions include the Wombat State Forest, Brisbane Ranges National Park, Lerderderg State Park, Werribee Gorge State Park and the Bacchus Marsh Avenue of Honour.