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  • Gippsland Immigration Park

    www.gippslandimmigrationpark.com.au

    Celebrating the contribution migrants have made to Gippsland, this attractive park features monuments, the Gippsland Immigration Wall of Recognition, a playground and BBQ facilities

  • Latrobe Regional Gallery

    www.latroberegionalgallery.com

    Latrobe Regional Gallery houses eight gallery spaces and a sculpture courtyard that showcase travelling exhibitions, curated exhibitions and the permanent collection. The impressive collection is comprised of over 1500 contemporary Australian pieces of art in all mediums and a diverse range of historical and contemporary images of the Gippsland region. Glass is a specialty area of the collection, acknowledging the importance of Gippsland in the Australian studio glass movement.

  • Morwell Centenary Rose Garden

    www.morwellrosegarden.com.au

    The Morwell Centenary Rose Garden is one of the world's premier rose gardens, proudly showcasing about 3000 roses within a one hectare scenic park-like setting at the edge of the CBD. Climbing roses create walls of colour and perfume, while below garden paths wend their way through perfumed beds of Hybrid Tea, Floribunda and Austin roses. The garden is lovingly maintained by the Latrobe City Council and many willing and rose-loving volunteers.

  • Morwell National Park

    parkweb.vic.gov.au

    Located just south of Churchill, this park is a habitat for over 40 species of native orchid and features remnants of the original Strzelecki Ranges forest, warm temperate rainforest and fern gullies

  • Tyers Park

    parkweb.vic.gov.au

    This park is nestled in the foothills to the north of the Latrobe Valley, offering a diversity of wildflowers and abundance of bird life, including the spectacular scenery of the Tyers Gorge

  • Wirilda Environment Park

    www.wirildapark.com.au

    Located to the north of Morwell, it offers picnic and BBQ areas, bushwalking tracks, swimming and fishing in the Tyers River, bird watching and significant areas of native vegetation