Moe is a lovely semi-rural service town and tourist centre in the Latrobe Valley, located about 140 km east of Melbourne. Moe is home to the Moe Racing Club Events, the renowned annual Moe Jazz Festival, and it showcases the Old Gippstown, which is Gippsland`s Heritage Park. This park is a living museum containing 30 authentic heritage buildings that highlight the way life used to be. You can step back in time through working displays of old crafts. You take a ride in a horse-drawn vehicles from the suite of restored carriages, various buggies and wagons. Moe has many attractions, entertainment venues, recreational and holiday facilities that support a wide range of recreational and entertainment activities and events for visitors. Moe is also the way to start exploring the snowfields at Mt St Gwinear and Mt Baw Baw, the historic goldfields at Walhalla, the Morwell National Park, Lake Narracan and the many other lakes in the area offering swimming, water-skiing and boating. Another venue is the Hazelwood Cooling Pondage. Some of the local attractions and recreational activities include: # Enjoy the scenic bushwalking through the Edward Hunter Bush reserve # Moe Jazz Festival in March # The Latrobe Rhythm and Blues Festival in April # Moe Racing Club with the Moe Cup in October # Visit the Old Brown Coal Mine Museum in Yallourn North # Walk along the Moe to Yallourn Rail Trail.There is a wide range of accommodation from bed and breakfast style to motels and holiday houses to use as a base for exploring the 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.