Shoppers have opportunity to use rear entrances during Warrnambool's city centre renewal works.

READY: Darriwill Farm owner Lisa Pitkethly has opened the rear entrance to her shop to allow customer access during stage two of the city centre renewal works. Picture: Christine Ansorge
READY: Darriwill Farm owner Lisa Pitkethly has opened the rear entrance to her shop to allow customer access during stage two of the city centre renewal works. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Liebig Street traders are opening up rear entrances as stage two of the city centre renewal works continue.

Darriwill Farm now has access from the Ozone car park, which owner Lisa Pitkethly says will be a permanent change.

“It’s working really well,” Ms Pitkethly said.

“A lot of people are using it.

“We’ve got customers coming through that we have not seen before.

“And people are coming in who can’t access the front of the shop.”

The new entrance features a stunning mural by Warrnambool artist Ella Webb. 

Fishtales Cafe and Macks Snacks are also offering rear entrance access from the Ozone car park.