Explore Latrobe Valley, Ballarat Bendigo and more!

Explore related topics

Moe (Listeni/ˈmoʊ.i/ moh-ee)[3] is a town in Latrobe Valley in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. It is approximately 130 kilometres (80 mi) east of the CBD of Melbourne, 45 kilometres (30 mi) due south of the peak of Mount Baw Baw in the Great Dividing Range and features views of the Baw Baw Ranges to the north and Strzelecki Ranges to the south.

Moe (Listeni/ˈmoʊ.i/ moh-ee)[3] is a town in Latrobe Valley in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. It is approximately 130 kilometres (80 mi) east of the CBD of Melbourne, 45 kilometres (30 mi) due south of the peak of Mount Baw Baw in the Great Dividing Range and features views of the Baw Baw Ranges to the north and Strzelecki Ranges to the south.

The Gippsland region of Victoria Australia stretches from the far outer edges of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs to the New South Wales Border. Gippsland is broken up into four regions East Gippsland, West Gippsland, South Gippsland and Latrobe Valley. Gippsland tourist attractions are plenty in a region this size.

The Gippsland region of Victoria Australia stretches from the far outer edges of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs to the New South Wales Border. Gippsland is broken up into four regions East Gippsland, West Gippsland, South Gippsland and Latrobe Valley. Gippsland tourist attractions are plenty in a region this size.

Horseshoe Vale Homestead, Yinnar South (Latrobe Valley, 137km SE of Melbourne), is a relatively intact example of a selection era homestead complex. The house was designed and constructed in 1907 by Mr E.A. Weeland for Mr G. Bond, who owned the property and bred horses for the Indian Army. The Bonds were an large and influential family in the district. The homestead, set on a rise above Middle Creek, is a late Victorian or Edwardian style symmetrical weatherboard farmhouse with a 'M' hipped…

Horseshoe Vale Homestead, Yinnar South (Latrobe Valley, 137km SE of Melbourne), is a relatively intact example of a selection era homestead complex. The house was designed and constructed in 1907 by Mr E.A. Weeland for Mr G. Bond, who owned the property and bred horses for the Indian Army. The Bonds were an large and influential family in the district. The homestead, set on a rise above Middle Creek, is a late Victorian or Edwardian style symmetrical weatherboard farmhouse with a 'M' hipped…

Australia's Direct Action fund may need $1bn more to meet emissions target. Hazelwood power station billows smoke from its exhaust stacks in the Latrobe Valley, 150 kms east of Melbourne.

Australia's Direct Action fund may need $1bn more to meet emissions target. Hazelwood power station billows smoke from its exhaust stacks in the Latrobe Valley, 150 kms east of Melbourne.

With story: Australia-Environment-Climate A coal dredger tears coal from the face of the Loy Yang Open Cut coal mine in the Latrobe Valley, 150km east of Melbourne on August 13, 2009. The Australian Senate voted down plans for an emissions trading scheme that aimed to reduce carbon pollution by up to 25 percent over the next decade. AFP PHOTO/Paul CROCK (Photo credit should read PAUL CROCK/AFP/Getty Images)

With story: Australia-Environment-Climate A coal dredger tears coal from the face of the Loy Yang Open Cut coal mine in the Latrobe Valley, 150km east of Melbourne on August 13, 2009. The Australian Senate voted down plans for an emissions trading scheme that aimed to reduce carbon pollution by up to 25 percent over the next decade. AFP PHOTO/Paul CROCK (Photo credit should read PAUL CROCK/AFP/Getty Images)

Wine lovers rejoice! Not far from the Dandenong Ranges is Yarra Valley, otherwise known as Victoria’s wine country. With resplendent views (the picture speaks for itself) of the surrounding mountains and acres of vineyards, the Yarra Valley has a lot to shout about. A visit to the area just wouldn’t be complete without a wine-tasting tour, so prepare your palate for some tasty fermented grape juice!

Wine lovers rejoice! Not far from the Dandenong Ranges is Yarra Valley, otherwise known as Victoria’s wine country. With resplendent views (the picture speaks for itself) of the surrounding mountains and acres of vineyards, the Yarra Valley has a lot to shout about. A visit to the area just wouldn’t be complete without a wine-tasting tour, so prepare your palate for some tasty fermented grape juice!

Pinterest
Search