As the Latrobe Valley’s largest town, Traralgon is overflowing with alfresco dining options and a thriving pub and club scene. With over 40 cafes and restaurants, along with numerous boutique shops, Traralgon’s got it all when it comes to dining out and shopping in Latrobe.

Picnickers flock to Victory Park with its marble sculpture Lars Compatalis, historic band rotunda and beautiful gardens. A stroll over the creek along the footbridge leads to Newman Park featuring a huge adventure playground. Meander through the Kay Street Gardens, where the city’s war memorial cenotaph is located.

Visit one of our local wineries – Narkoojee and Traralgon Vineyard are within a few kilometres drive from the CDB. Feel like some pampering? Then why not enjoy an hour, or a day, at Endota Day Spa. There’s plenty to keep you entertained in Traralgon. Enjoy a musical or comedy act at the Latrobe Performing Arts Centre.

Feeling hungry? Why not visit one of the restaurants listed below:

MOMO 103  Seymour Street, Traralgon P:  +6135174 3281 MOMO TRARALGON
Little Prince  58 Hotham Street, Traralgon P: +6135174 4866 W: Little Prince
Three Little birds  62 Hotham Street, Traralgon P: +6135176 4333 Three Little Birds Coffee & Food
Traralgon Oriental Jade Asian Restaurant – 89 Hotham Street, Traralgon
P: +61351741288

Traralgon Golf Club
The Traralgon Golf Club is Latrobe City’s biggest. Traralgon Golf Club has been the focal point of golf in Gippsland for many years and is one of the success stories of the Victorian PGA Pro-Am Circuit. The two-day Traralgon Pro-Am was first held in 1991 and is now a regular event on the Victorian PGA calendar. One of Australian golf’s biggest names Greg Norman won his second professional event at the Traralgon Classic. Ian Stanley, Wayne Grady, Ian Baker-Finch and Peter Senior are just a few of the many other high profile names to have graced the fairways. The Traralgon Pro-Am is recognised as the most successful event of its kind in country Victoria.

Location: Princes Highway, TRARALGON 3844
Phone: 03 5174 1709

Course Description: Men 18 holes Par 72, ACR 69.6 5899 metres.  Ladies 18 holes Par 71, ACR71, 5167 metres
Services and Facilities: Situated on the edge of the town centre, enjoy relaxing on the clubhouse deck that overlooks the 18th fairway, with views extending to the 1st and 9th holes. With 3 rooms available for hire and catering for 10 to 200 people. The main function room can seat more than 100 people and has a dancefloor and raised stage.  No in-house catering available, however a large kitchen is available and allows for self-catered or external caterers. Open 7 days a week.

Sport and recreation
For more information about sport and recreation in Traralgon, please visit the Latrobe City Council website


Morwell has an attractive central business district (CBD), sitting both sides of the Gippsland rail line, Forming the western entrance to the CBD is the spectacular Morwell Centenary rose Garden which leads into Commercial Road.

Along the tree-lined is where the majority of retail activity occurs. A feature of Morwell’s South-side is Legacy Place; which features a monument dedicated to Sir Stanley Savige, born in Morwell but better known as the founder of Legacy. Commercial Road also houses the Latrobe City Council headquarters, Latrobe Justice Precinct and the Latrobe Regional Art Gallery, which hosts travelling collections as well as exhibiting an ever changing selection of local works. A pedestrian underpass links to the north-side of the CBD, home to the railway station, post office, and a variety of businesses.

In addition to the CBD, Morwell has the large Mid Valley Shopping Centre, including a wide range of retail outlets an eight cinema theatre complex. Not far from Mid Valley, is the Morwell Civic Gardens, consisting of large areas of lawn, Kernot Lake, the Gippsland Immigration Park and associated walking track.

Feeling hungry? Why not visit one of the restaurants listed below:

Foon Lok Chinese Restaurant – 8 George Street, Morwell P:   +6135134 4259
Morwell RSL – Elgin Street, Morwell  P:  +6135134 2455
Saltbush Restaurant & Café – 148 Commercial Road, Morwell  P:   +6135134 8550
Gaztronomy & Gaz Bah – 15 Church Street, Morwell   P:  +613513434 2913


For further information on the town of Traralgon and Morwell, and what they have to offer, please visit:

One of the most varied golf courses in the region with spectacular views down the valley and nearby wetlands. It boasts one of country Victoria’s well presented, yet demanding Par 72 (ACER 72) layouts, containing numerous bunkers and water hazards.

Location: Fairway Drive, MORWELL 3840
Phone: 03 5134 5307
Course Description: 18 holes Par 72 ACR 70
Services and Facilities: Caters for all types of events and enquiries are welcome. Fully licensed clubhouse open 7 days a week.



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