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Sometimes, for small town Australian singles, finding that someone special can feel like a bit of an uphill battle. And while you might love the thought of being swept up in some Hollywood-style, whirlwind romance, or falling for the lovely boy (or girl) next door, or the one who was right in front of our noses all along – sometimes, when dating in Warragul, this couldn’t feel further from our reach.
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Wondering where to take your matches for a first date? There’s plenty of options when dating in Warragul, it all depends on personal preference. Some Warragul singles prefer active dates, they want to be learning something, playing something, or trying something new on their date while others are happy to just sit and chat over a coffee.
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For the former, why not catch a show together at The West Gippsland Arts Centre; they usually have a packed events calendar featuring plays, ballets and orchestras. Or strap on your walking books, gear up your bikes and pack up a picnic before heading to Mount Worth State Park for an afternoon of outdoorsy free Warragul dating fun. When you’re surrounded by nothing but Mountain Ash and Blackwoods you’ll be free to chat to your date to your heart’s content. The Giant’s Circuit walk is a good one to try with its panoramic views over the Latrobe River Valley, the Great Dividing Range and Westernport Bay.
If you’d prefer to stick to something a little more low key, this town has plenty of charming restaurants that would serve as great Warragul dating locations. Pepe’s Woodfired is a local gem, serving up delicious tapas, chargrill and pizza in glorious surroundings. The setting is strictly intimate, with limited seating but this only adds to the cosy, private atmosphere. It is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays however, so if you’re dating on these days you’ll need to look elsewhere. The Courthouse is a lovely traditional Australian restaurant set in a gorgeous historic old building built back in 1887. The staff are friendly and attentive and the wine list extensive; it really is ideal for a spot of Warragul dating.