Latrobe City is a vibrant regional City with a population of over 75,000 people. It is recognised as one of the four major Victorian regional cities and one of the fastest growing non-metropolitan centres in Australia. The City is made up of four major urban centres:
Churchill, Moe/Newborough, Morwell and Traralgon, with seven smaller townships of Boolarra, Glengarry, Toongabbie, Tyers, Traralgon South, Yallourn North, and Yinnar.
Only 90 minutes away from Melbourne, Latrobe City boasts an abundance of recreational and cultural facilities including the Traralgon Tennis Complex, Latrobe City Sports and Entertainment Stadium, Latrobe Regional Gallery and Latrobe Performing Arts Centre with the added benefit of being nestled amongst some of the best tourist attractions in the state, such as the Morwell National Park, Walhalla, Hazelwood Pondage, Lake Narracan, Victory Park and Tarra Bulga National Park.
The beautiful and highly productive Latrobe Valley is located at the gateway to Gippsland in the South East corner of the state of Victoria. Latrobe City is diverse, substantial and really is a new energy in regional Australia.