Traralgon Farmers Market

A “Make it, grow it, bake, sell it” market held at Victory Park, Traralgon. Held on the 4th Sunday of every month, “rain, hail or shine”. It is a great way to spend a few hours on a Saturday Morning. Held in the grass area at the bottom of the Kay Street it is central and easy to access. Visit @Traralgon Farmers Market for details.
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Mannys Market Traralgon

Held on Monday through Saturday. An old fashioned family run fresh food market that loves supporting the community. Located at 39 Post office Place, Traralgon. Vist @Mannys Market Traralgon for details.
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Gippsland Armed Forces Museum

Immerse yourself in medals, exhibitions and memorabilia at the Gippsland Armed Forces Museum in Fulham.

Gippsland Art Gallery

Be a critic at the Gippsland art gallery, there is always plenty to see and do.

Golf in & around Traralgon

For the avid golfer or even a beginner, there are countless options for a game, ranging from 9 to 18 holes and driving ranges all located in picturesque surroundings. Traralgon, Moe and Morwell Golf Courses are the closest to our park.

Gippsland Heritage Walk

Marked by two large archways from the start to finish, enjoy learning about the history of immigration into Gippsland and the contribution immigrants have made to the Gippsland Region.
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Nature Walks

There are many naturewalks throughout the region such as the Tarra Bulga National Park. There is snow found at Mt Baw Baw and Mt St Gwinear in winter. There are beautiful rainforests and water lagoons found at Wilsons Promontory. There ia a range of water sport activities available at either Lake Narracon or Hazelwood Pondage – ranging from jet skiing, water skiing, yachting and canoeing. If shopping takes you fancy there are numoerous shopping centres in the larger towns and boutique and art and craft shopping available as well in the smaller towns. There are also many local markets to visit. For more information on what to do in the Latrobe valley region please go to website for latrobe Visitors Information Centre.

Cycling – Gippsland Plains Rail Trail

The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail is a 67KM recreational trail following the former historic Gippsland Plains railway line route between Traralgon and Stratford.
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(Photo courtesy of Robert Blackburn and Jessica Shaprio)