Mid Valley Shopping Centre, Princes Drive, Morwell VIC, Australia
Mid Valley Shopping Centre
Mid Valley Shopping Centre is a regional shopping centre in Morwell, Victoria, Australia. It is the largest shopping centre in Gippsland. The centre commenced trading on 7 September 1982 (after an opening ceremony the previous day), and has since been redeveloped between the late 1990s and mid-2000s. The centre has 67 stores, including a discount department store and two supermarkets, as well as a cinema complex and Hardware Store (Bunnings Warehouse).
45 McDonald St, Morwell VIC, Australia
Morwell Leisure Centre
The Morwell Leisure Centre offer a beach style entry toddler pool, an 8 lane 25m pool, sauna and spa.
Accessible chair lift and family/accessible change rooms.
Other facilities include a fully equipped gym, aerobics room, basketball stadium, kiosk and ample parking.
Phone 1300 367 700 for opening hours and more information.
2 Avondale Rd, Morwell VIC, Australia
Rose Garden Morwell
Forming the western entrance to the Morwell Business District, Civic Centre, and Art Gallery is the spectacular Morwell Centenary Rose Garden, a rose filled parkland of over 2 hectares which invites the visitor to relax and explore this perfumed wonderland. The garden never closes and admission is free.
The garden proudly showcases over 3500 roses in manicured beds edged with paving bricks, complementing the magnificence of the entire garden. Wheelchair access exposed aggregate paths.
This community project is a continuing work undertaken by the “Friends of the Rose Garden” volunteers, sponsors and with the generous support of Latrobe City Council.
In 2009 this garden was presented with an Award of Garden Excellence by the World Federation of Rose Societies, only the second rose garden in Australia to be honoured with this prestigious award at that time.
Morwell River Rd, Grand Ridge VIC 3870
Morwell River Falls
The Morwell River flows through valleys of the Strzelecki Ranges for more than 40 kilometres. The Morwell River Falls are a set of waterfalls that lie in the upper reaches of the river near the township of Boolarra. The first, is framed by an overhanging tree branch and swing. Moving downstream water cascades over two more consecutive drops.
From Boolarra take the Morwell River Road for 21 kms, dirt road. The car park is beside the road.
Falls are marked by stencil animals on concrete bollards.
The picnic area at Morwell River Falls Reserve is 100 metres from the car park, the walking track down to the falls starts in the bottom right hand corner of the picnic area near the information board.
Short steep walk to waterfalls (Grade3)
49/61 The Esplanade, Inverloch VIC 3996
Inverloch Surf Beach is a narrow beach fronted by extensive intertidal sand flats and shoals, including some areas of rock flats. A low energy, sandy shore runs along the front of town, with the beach facing south-east into the mouth of the inlet. Three crenulate beaches lie along the town foreshore, all backed by a foreshore reserve. These three beaches usually have calm water conditions; however, beware of the deep tidal channel, particularly off the inner two beaches, and the strong tidal flows in the channel. A popular beach for all ages, the Inverloch Surf Beach extends from the sandy Point Norman on the inlet mouth through to Wreck Creek near Flat Rocks.
32 Currawong Road, Baw Baw Village, VIC, 3833.
Mount Baw Baw
Mount Baw Baw is a mountain on the Baw Baw Plateau and Great Dividing Range, located in Victoria, Australia. The mountain peak falls within the boundaries of the Mount Baw Baw Alpine Resort, which is an unincorporated area of Victoria separate from the Shire of Baw Baw.
Mount Baw Baw is about 120 kilometres (75 miles) east of Melbourne and 50 km (31 mi) north of the Latrobe Valley. The mountain itself is one of several peaks on the Baw Baw Plateau, a long plateau tending north-east. Other peaks on the plateau include Mount Mueller, Mount Whitelaw, Talbot Peak, Mount St Phillack, Mount Tyers, Mount Kernot and Mount St Gwinear. The plateau itself is isolated from most of Victoria's high country by the Thomson and Aberfeldy rivers and tributaries of the La Trobe River, including the Tanjil and Tyers rivers to the south.
52 Elgin St, Morwell VIC 3840
Only 2 Min Drive to RSL Morwell.
There is always lots of entertainment at the Morwell RSL.
We have weekly draws on a Wednesday and Friday nights.
We also hold bingo weekly.
In recent months, we have featured:
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