How to get to the event, accommodation, venue details and parking
Whether you’re a local in the Valley or coming from Melbourne, we have made some simple guides on how to get to the Latrobe City DanceSport Classic.
We have some information on accommodation, as well as what to see and do in the area. We have also included facts on the venue and notes where to park your cars.
- Coming from the Latrobe Valley or Gippsland?
- Coming from Melbourne?
- Interested about Traralgon stadium features?
- Where to park your car?
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The event is at Traralgon Sports Stadium.
From kickboxing, to basketball, badminton, cricket and other sports activities, Traralgon Sports Stadium is a well-known building in Latrobe. It is very hard to miss, especially it being at the corner of Garibaldi Street and Catterick Crescent.
How long to reach Traralgon Sports Stadium
Traralgon Sports Stadium is just 20 minutes away from:
As for those coming from Warragul and Sale, then it may take you around 45 minutes. But what’s the fuss? Events like this happens only once a year, right?
This is definitely worth the trip. So bring the entire family with you and book a table..
Traralgon Sports Stadium Map
Do you want to make sure you will not get lost? This map will lead the way.
Address: Corner of Garibaldi Street and Catterick Crescent, Traralgon, Victoria
City guests would be happy to know that Traralgon is just 1.5 hours drive from the east of Melbourne along the Princes Highway.
About the Princess Highway
The Princes Highway is a popular highway travelling through the Gippsland region of Victoria before crossing the Victoria/New South Wales border.
Worried where you can park your car? There’s more than enough space to cater all the vehicles who will be watching the Latrobe DanceSport Classic.
Just click here to learn more about parking..
Below is a helpful map to guide you in your trip.
Travelling for more than an hour is sure to get you tired. Relax at any of the following accommodations available in Traralgon.
- Century Inn ($165 to $250)
- Comfort Inn Latrobe Suites ($100 to $180)
- Best Western Governor Gipps ($145 to $220)
- Bridges on Argyle ($160 – $330)
- City Garden Motel Traralgon ($110 – $170)
- Comfort Inn Traralgon ($120 to $180)
- Motel Traralgon ($95 to $150)
- Strzeleck Motor Lodge – Traralgon ($115 to $200)
Bed and Breakfasts
- Creek Cottage B & B $155 to 230
- Traralgon Serviced Apartments ($165-$290)
- Gippsland Country Accommodation Traralgon ( $190 to $190)
There are many fantastic things to see and do around the city of Latrobe. Visit the Latrobe tourism website for further details.
Here are some of the major attractions you’ll see at Latrobe City.
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden
With over 3,000 roses in manicured beds edged with paving stones, this is one place in Morwell you should definitely visit. But one thing to be proud of is the fact that it is a community garden taken cared of by volunteers.
It is one of Morwell’s pride and utilised by the community for photographs, weddings, family reunions, remembrance ceremonies and music recitals.
Old Gippstown – Gippsland’s Heritage Park
Take a walk back to the 1840’s until the 1930’s with well-preserved authentic buildings from these periods. Soak up to the atmosphere of Gippsland past together with your family and friends. Click here to learn more about it.
Latrobe Regional Gallery
Hailed as one of the largest public galleries in regional Victoria, Latrobe Regional Gallery (LRG) houses seven gallery spaces and a sculpture courtyard. See the variety of artworks featured by regional artists and national touring exhibitions displayed in its midst. Learn more about it.
Latrobe Performing Arts Centre
With two different theatre spaces, the Latrobe Performing Arts Center is home to various theatre productions, seminars, conferences and film screenings. Learn what’s in store for you this coming month.
Host to the Latrobe City Sauna Sail, Hazelwood Pondage brags of various water activities such as sailing, boating, waterskiing, yachting, canoeing and swimming. This is perfect for all water sports enthusiasts as well as family outings.
Food and dining
You’ll find various of places to dine-in here in Latrobe. But for the purpose of your trip to watch and enjoy Latrobe DanceSport Classic, we have lined up some of the Traralgon’s best restaurants.
- Nielsons (Australian, gluten free)
- The Little Prince ( Gluten free, Spanish, Asian and Australian)
- Three Little Birds Cafe
Parks and nature trails
Never leave Latrobe without visiting one of these wonderful parks and nature trails.
- Newman Park
- Traralgon Railway Reservoir Conservation Reserve
- Tarra Bulga National Park
- Fosters Gully Nature Walk
- Gippsland Plains Rail Trail
Visit the Latrobe tourism site here
About Latrobe City
Latrobe City is centrally located in eastern Victoria approximately two hours drive to the east of Melbourne along the dual carriageway of the Princes Highway.
The city has four major centres located at Moe, Morwell, Traralgon and Churchill as well as a number of smaller outlying townships. Latrobe City encompasses an area of some 1,422 square kilometres and takes its name from the Administrator and later Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Victoria, Charles Joseph La Trobe.
Following statewide amalgamation of local government in 1994, the former Latrobe Shire Council was created from six former municipalities in the central Latrobe Valley area. With a population of over 75,000 the municipality ranks as the third largest in regional Victoria after Ballarat and Bendigo. In April 2000 the Victorian Government accorded the municipality city status, and the municipality is now recognised as Latrobe City.
The municipality is an area of contrasts with diverse environments ranging from the rich agricultural river flats to the rugged, yet picturesque temperate rain forested slopes of the Strzelecki Ranges. Underlying the river flats are vast deposits of brown coal, in some cases only a few metres from the surface. The area generates 85 per cent of Victoria’s electricity requirements. The dairy and beef cattle industries contribute significantly to Victoria’s agricultural standing.
Other major industries in the area include one of the largest pulp and paper making facilities in the southern hemisphere at Maryvale, Federation University, Gippsland Group Training and the Central Gippsland Institute of TAFE, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s National Information Processing Centre and National Foods.
Services and recreation
Latrobe City is the principal service centre for the Gippsland region, offering a full range of shopping, health, education, cultural, administrative, business and recreational services. Seventy per cent of the Gippsland region population lives in or within a one hour drive of Latrobe City. The municipality has the largest concentration of service facilities for the tourism and hospitality industry in the Gippsland region. Latrobe City is serviced by world class health services, major shopping centres together with a range of accommodation options, restaurants, cinemas, bars and night clubs. Latrobe City has become the hospitality and sporting centre of Gippsland, with excellent sporting facilities for tennis, athletics, swimming and team sports, leisure centres and outstanding regional tourism attractions.
The Latrobe City Council
The Council is committed to providing first-class services, which is reflected in the City’s vision statement, its values and its approach to citizen services. It has developed an organisational culture that is built on the philosophy of continuous improvement and the provision of quality services.
Latrobe City has determined its priorities and has a clear direction for a sustainable and prosperous future, which will be achieved by working in partnership with its citizens, other levels of government, business and commercial interests.
To visit Latrobe City Councils website, please click here.
Traralgon is a city located in the east of the Latrobe Valley in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. The population of Traralgon is 25,000. It is the largest and fastest growing city in the greater Latrobe Valley urban area, which has a population of more than 75,000 and is administered by the City of Latrobe.
The origin of the name Traralgon is uncertain. It is popularly believed to be derived from words from the Gunai language: tarra meaning “river” and algon meaning “little fish”. However, these words are not reflected in modern linguists’ knowledge of the Gunai language, where, for example, the word for river is wun wun or wurn wurn.
The Traralgon Sport Stadium will play host the Latrobe City DanceSport Classic.
Address:Corner of Garibaldi Street and Catterick Crescent, Traralgon, Victoria
Here are the following features of the Traralgon Sport Stadium:
- International grade basketball court
- Spectator capacity of 1044
- Four change rooms
- Five court stadium
- Off street parking
Where to park
There is ample onsite parking around the Traralgon Sports Stadium.
- Getting there
- Latrobe City DanceSport Classic