Against a backdrop of rolling hills and country lanes, yet only five minutes’ drive from bustling Warragul, Nilma is a place of wonderful contrasts and exceptional opportunities.

Regional & Connected Living

Sitting at the gateway to some of Victoria’s most spectacular scenery – from snow-capped mountains to tranquil waterfalls – Nilma is a town for all seasons.

In winter, cosy pubs and cellar doors welcome visitors and locals with open arms. In Spring, the national parks and nature reserves burst with the colour of wildflowers and new life. Summer tempts you to the beaches, rockpools and nearby rivers. As summer fades, the autumn hues of the region’s historic villages take over.

Life here is as inspiring as it is varied, which makes Nilma a home for all who care to dream.

Vibrant but relaxed. Tranquil, convenient, soothing and lively all in one – it’s no wonder that Warragul is one of Victoria’s most beloved towns.

Art and Music

Whatever your taste in art and music, the region has something to delight the senses.

Galleries and studios showcase remarkable local talent and guest artists from further afield. Craft markets throughout the area set the stage for skilled artisans and craftspeople, sculptors and painters, photographers, potters and more.

Just as eclectic is the region’s music and drama scene – whether it’s a show at the centrepiece West Gippsland Arts Centre, or a festival under the stars, a live gig at one of the many local pubs, a concert in a town hall or a string quartet on the lawns of a village green. Music, art and culture lives in this brilliantly dynamic community.

Food and Wine

Famed for its rich agricultural land, pristine rivers and rolling vineyards, and access to bountiful local produce, it’s no wonder that Warragul and Gippsland are renowned for exceptional food and wine.
The Gippsland’s wineries regularly throw open their cellar doors and invite you in to taste estate-grown reds, whites, sparklings and even ciders.

Heritage and Style

The traditional land of the Gunai/Kurnai people, Warragul’s history dates back for thousands of years. The pioneering railway line brought European settlers to the region in 1877, and an elegant township emerged, much of which has been carefully preserved to this day, especially along the handsome Queen and Victoria Streets with their historic facades and ornate 19th century architecture, where galleries and bars, cafes and boutiques now breathe new life into grand and gorgeous buildings.

As exciting as it is relaxing, the iconic Gippsland region is truly Victoria’s adventure playground, with something for every lifestyle.

That rare balance between village life and contemporary living can be easily found in its heritage shopfronts and modern facilities. For the active and sporty, a host of options and opportunities await with playing fields and sporting clubs, golf courses, fitness centres, yoga studios and over 80 hectares of open parklands to enjoy.

If relaxation and retail therapy are more appealing, you’ll find boutique shops and major brands, everyday needs and life’s little luxuries, artisan homewares and well-known hardware stores, right on the doorstep in Warragul.

Of course, all that activity works up an appetite and Warragul has tempting fare by the plateful, from colourful cafes and eclectic farmers’ markets, to wine bars, pubs, fine dining and mouth-watering eateries that appeal to a world of tastes.

Best of all, it’s just five minutes from home, when home is at Bloomfield Estate.

Retail & Dinning

1. Jana Business Park

  • Bunnings
  • Kmart
  • Celebrations Superstore
  • PETstock
  • MyCar Tyre & Auto

2. Coles

3. Woolworths

4. Aldi

5. Warragul Farmers Market

6. The Courthouse Restaurant

7. Bank Warragul Bar

8. Railway Hotel

9. Commercial Hotel

10. Portelli’s Woodfired Tapas

11. Club Hotel Warragul

12. Bandolier Brewing

13. Wild Dog Winery

Health & Lifestyle

14. West Gippsland Hospital

15. Baw Baw Paws Veterinary

16. Clinic Voyage Fitness

17. F45 Training Warragul

18. Warragul Football/Netball Club


19. Nilma Primary School

20. Warragul North Primary School

21. St Paul’s Anglican Grammar

22. School Warragul Primary

23. School Warragul & District Specialist School

24. Warragul Regional College

25. Marist-Sion College

26. Saint Joseph’s Primary School

27. TAFE Gippsland – Warragul Campus

28. Melbourne University – McMillan Campus

Parks & Recreation

29. Warragul Country Club

30. Brooker Park

31. Civic Park

32. Burke St Park

33. Logan Park


34. Warragul Train Station

35. Bloomfield Rd/Queen St Bus Stop

Distance to:

Warragul Town Centre 4km

Drouin Town Centre 11km

Bunyip State Park 40km

Pakenham 50km

Moodarra State Park 50km

Inverloch 72km

Baw Baw National Park 87km

Phillip Island 103km

Melbourne CBD 110km

Wilsons Promontory 227km