• VIC Country
Approx. location Warragul
Code VETV3820


About the practice

This well-presented clinic has been servicing the local area for over 30 years, catering to large and small animals. Located in the Baw Baw Shire, the clinic and area have been experiencing a boom over the last decade and the population has been projected to increase another twenty five percent over the next few years. The clinic has increased staff to cope with the increase in business and the Baw Baw council has committed to expanding the infrastructure and services to accommodate this growth.

Open six days-a-week and offering 24-hour emergency services every day of the year, the clinic is up-to date with the latest equipment and contains consulting rooms, kennels, a grooming room and spacious reception/waiting area. The clinic also has an operating theatre, prep room and wet surgery areas.

About the premises

This well-established, immaculate veterinary clinic is located in Warragul, Victoria. The clinic, which is modern and professional, has been servicing the local area for over 35 years, catering to both small and large animals.

The clinic is set on a leafy, tree-lined street with ample on-street parking as, well as a dedicated parking lot, and is 900 metres from the bustling main street. The nearest bus stop is close by, along Normandy Street, and Warragul train station is one kilometre away. The busy Princes Highway which connects Sydney, Melbourne and Port Augusta is minutes away from Normandy Street. The Warragul Harness Racing Club and Warragul Greyhound Racing Club, home to the Warragul Cup, are also located close to the clinic.

About the area

Warragul is the largest town in Baw Baw Shire and is an ideal shopping location, with a wide range of stores, eateries and entertainment options. Located 104 Kilometres south east of Melbourne and in between the Strzelecki Ranges to the south and the Mount Baw Baw Plateau of the Great Dividing Range to the north, Warragul is the main population and service centre of the West Gippsland region. The surrounding area is well-known for dairy farming and specialty crops and has long been producing gourmet foods. Every year in late March, Warragul plays host to Field Days at Lardner Park. The Field Days are Australia's premier mixed farming Field Days and include one of Australia's most diverse ranges of beef cattle, dairying and horticulture exhibits.

Warragul has four primary schools, three secondary schools and two tertiary institutions. The Princes Highway, a major road in Australia which connects major cites via the coast through the states of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, runs through the town. The past decade has seen an influx of new residents into Baw Baw, with families taking advantage of combining the benefits of the pristine rural lifestyle with easy access to Melbourne. The past five years have seen huge population growth particularly in Warragul. With a rapidly growing population, there are increasing demands and pressures on community infrastructure and services for Baw Baw Shire Council. In response, the council is implanting new infrastructure, schools and hospitals over 2018 and 2019. The 2016 population of Baw Baw Shire was 48,000 with a future projection of 25% to 60,000 by 2026.