The Latrobe Valley is a locality and urban area of the West Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. The Latrobe Valley lies north-east of Melbourne and is a major coal mining and power generation area. It is nestled between the Strzelecki Ranges to the south and the Baw Baw Ranges, part of the Apline Ranges area of the Great Dividing Range. To the north is Mount Baw Baw (1,567 m) which is the highest peak lying due north of Moe. The highest peak to the south is Mt Tassie (740 m), south of Traralgon. The area has three major centres, Moe,
Morwell and Traralgon. Local minor towns adding extra recreation facilties and opportinities and entertainment include Yinnar, Glengarry, Churchill and Tyers. The prominent local feature is the Latrobe River which flows eastward, through the valley. There are a large range of activities and events for visitors to enjoy throughout the district and the West Gippsland area.
Enjoy wine tours in the Gippsland Wine Region includes eight districts : Stratford-E.Gippsland ; Cann River-E.Gippsland; Lakes Entrance-E.Gippsland ; Gurdies-S.Gippsland ; Leongatha-S.Gippsland ; Warragul-W.Gippsland ; Traralgon-W.Gippsland ; Beaconsfield-W.Gippsland.