Staying in the Latrobe Valley

There are many reasons for staying in the Latrobe Valley because it’s highly diverse place in the Gippsland. (The population of 124,000 people may help with such diversity, don’t worry though you’ll barely notice if you go sightseeing.)

There are many things to do here. Great natural assets, man-made assets, landscaped parks, national parks, and waterfalls. Fisherman’s dreams, hikers burn, four wheel drive enthusiasts. Culture and tours.

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ACCOMMODATION

There are many accommodation options in the Latrobe Valley. Five-star options to backpacker options. Something for everyone. Expedia

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Latrobe Valley Motels

Every motel has a different vibe reflecting the hosts who are mostly locals and great at what they do.

Best and Western Governor Gipps Motor Inn (Argyle St, Traralgon)

Century Inn (Traralgon)

City Gardens Motel Traralgon

Comfort Inn and Suites Latrobe (Traralgon)

Latrobe Valley Bed and Breakfasts

Montfort Manor a luxury five-star accommodation. (Traralgon)

Self-contained accommodation

Abington Farm, its a full house set in the luscious Heyfield, but still close to the Latrobe Valley’s amenities.

Traralgon Serviced Apartments, these are beautiful units around Traralgon.

Mayfair Serviced Apartments. (Traralgon)

Bridges on Argyle motel and apartments (Traralgon)

Latrobe Valley Caravan Parks

Lake Narracan Caravan Park (South Shore Road, Newborough). Set off the foreshore, it’s a great location especially for those wanting to enjoy water sports, bird watching walks, not far from the Moe-Yallourn rail trail.

Moe Caravan Park, just behind Apex park. Surrounded by gum trees a beautiful location close to great views and the horse racing set in the towns.

Big 4 Caravan Park, Princes Highway, Traralgon – this place has cabins, spaces for caravans, a great play area for kids.