Your Home Away From Home
The Best in its Class Locally
Self Contained, Serviced Apartments, Conveniently located in Trafalgar.
Our Deluxe Apartment boasts a private courtyard and driveway. FREE WiFi and Netflix are standard and there's also a TV in both the Living Area and Bedroom. Self catering is easy in the full size Kitchen with quality appliances and all the equipment you need to make this Apartment your home away from home!
Our Executive Apartments have all the space and facilities you need to make yourself at home for one or more consecutive nights. There's a full size Kitchen with modern appliances and all the equipment you need to self cater. Our beds are new and very comfortable. Located a short distance from Moe and Yarragon, they are perfectly positioned for visitors to the area.
Nestled in a quiet residential area of Trafalgar, only 1 block from the Princes Highway and a few minutes walk to the CBD, this property has undergone extensive interior modifications to offer guests well appointed rooms with a high level of comfort and functionality. So comfortable in fact, many guests refer to our rooms as a "home away from home".
Generous Rooms with a full size Kitchen and open Dining/Living Area. These rooms are fully serviced with quality linen and FREE WiFi as standard. The Deluxe room offers FREE Netflix, a private Courtyard and additional TV in the Bedroom. There is a coin Laundry on site and Off Street Parking at your door. Keyless entry allows fuss free check in/check out at any time of the day or night.
This historic town is a collection of authentic buildings dating back from the 1840s through to the 1930s.
The site covers 8 acres and features several National Trust classified buildings and one of the best collections of horse-drawn vehicles and farm equipment in Australia. It also includes the Dr Andrew’s (the ’father’ of Yallourn) collection and the Narracan Mechanics’ Institute library.
Browse through the main street shops and soak up the atmosphere of Gippsland’s past. Visit the twenty-seven original relocated buildings and their collections such as pioneer Angus McMillan’s “Bushy Park” homestead and “Rhoden’s Halfway House” one of the few remaining Cobb & Co. inns in existence.
Displays in the locations are of their era, with a wide range of antique furniture and artefacts. There are also 13 other purpose-built buildings to complete the town.
Old Gippstown’s aim is to present the history of Gippsland, for the benefit of the present and future generations by preserving, researching, recording and presenting the unique collections in its care
PowerWorks was officially opened in November 1994 following an extensive refurbishment of the SECV‟s Morwell Visitors‟ Reception Centre.
PowerWorks was initially operated by Generation Victoria, the corporatized generating arm of the SECV, to “ensure broad community awareness of the history, operations and policy initiatives of the Victorian power industry”.
Shortly after the opening of PowerWorks, Generation Victoria ceased to exist and the individual Latrobe Valley generators were corporatized and subsequently privatised. The new entities became PowerWorks shareholders and a Board of Directors was established.
In December 2012 PowerWorks Visitor Information/Energy Education closed their doors to the public.
In February 2013 six community members came together and formed PowerWorks Holdings Ltd, a community based not–for-profit social enterprise.
PowerWorks Holdings Ltd successfully negotiated with the owners of the PowerWorks Visitor Information/Energy Education Centre for the property to be generously donated in 2015 for on-going community use.
On the 26th March 2015 PowerWorks Holdings Ltd took possession of the PowerWorks Visitor Centre and surrounding land.
The current PowerWorks Visitor Centre is operated and maintained by volunteers.
Dredger 21, at the entrance to the facility, was gifted in 2010 to Gippsland International who are the custodians of dredger 21