Warneet is a coastal village on the northern shore of Westernport Bay, just off the South Gippsland Highway about 66 km south-east of Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia. Its Local Government Area is the City of Casey.
A small village of only 230 houses and a population of about 500 people. Known for its tranquil serenity, and excellent foreshore and surrounding bushland. Warneet is not immune to the ever developing push in this world, recent conflict has arisen over the application for the subdivision of land blocks. For education, most of the children go to Tooradin Primary, Kooweerup S.C, they are transported there by Westernport Road Lines the local Charter company.
The 795 bus route operated by Cranbourne Transit to and from Cranbourne operates regularly with several stops located within the town. The town is also easily accessible by car via the South Gipsland Freeway, however there is no train station in the town.
The town features a popular general store which also has petrol pumps and sells alcohol, and is about a 10 minute walk from the main pier. The pier is famed for its fishing and many scenic walking tracks alnog the beach and through the bushland. There is also bird watching available with many exotic and local species around. Warneet is also well known for it’s thriving night life which attracts many teenagers and young adults to the town.