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- We were staying in tralalgon for a weekend and wanted some ideas on things to do with a toddler. The lady who helped us was very professional and friendly, and gave us some solid ideas on things to do considering we have a small child as well. She also was helpful enough to pick some brochures that would suit a family like us. We ended up visiting all the places she suggested and had a fantastic weekend.Written 24 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Best playground we've been to. It's very spacious with various different play areas from babies, toddlers, kids to teens. There's several different slides, swings and a sand play area. We were passing through and was able to give our toddler a good time.Written 24 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Such a good market the best. Myself and my family always look forward to waking up early on a Saturday to grab the goods.
AmaZing macaroons lady and vegetables. Each and every business is passionate but not one bit pushy wish is honestly incredible. As a fellow Traralgonian I will forever coming to this market and I highly recommend everyone else to do the same.
This market is so good compared to the very small craft market crapfestthing that happensWritten 18 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- What a pleasant walk in the sunshine with a young grandchild who was enthralled by the waterbirds. Love the way it is remaining true to nature. The new toilet facility will be welcome by some, so too the additional picnic tables. Paths are well maintained and the information panels contain succinct information on history, flora and fauna of the area.Written 5 July 2022
- The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail cycling from Burnett's Rd trail head Traralgon to Heyfield Saturday via TOONGABBIE GENERAL STORE - best coffee & service, thanks to the lovely family who run it.
Sunday Heyfield to Stratford Apex Park via Gippsland Vehicke Collection at Maffra, after lunch at Maffra Apex Park. GVC is excellent & well worth the stop.
Great cycling weekend with a bunch of youth aged 8-16 & adults.Written 21 November 2023
- Nice overview of the Open Cut Operation (Brown coal). It was a little overcast when we visited though it was worth a quick look. Some information boards in the shelter. Take your own binnoculars as the two at the lookout are practically unsuable due to the ingress of dust. The gates close at 5pm which is a shame .. would be good to look at night time. When you drive a little futher along the road there is another lookout (George Bates lookout) which gets you up close to the power stations.Written 26 May 2021
- Such a beautiful church and amazing stained windows, they are so pretty and should be something everyone should see. They also share a very special message about all the different stories. I came for a Sunday service and the priest was lovely, he had an amazing energy and especially for maybe a younger generation who might not be keen to come to church, he defiantly made it an experience. Everyone in who came to Sunday service was also very kind and was always up for a chat!Written 17 September 2021
- A really good shopping center with a little bit of everything sprinkled in the middle. Great spot for shopping but also to hang out with family and friendsWritten 18 December 2022
- Best jump and climb!
Boys had a ball and crew members were also fantastic giving tips and tricks for flips into the trampoline pit.
Highly recommendWritten 23 April 2023
- I was here on the weekend and loved it.
Beer was great, I had two tasting paddles and loved all of them.
Food was nice, we had a bit of everything.. pizza, wings and homemade dips (yum)
Venue had the cool brewery thing happening.
Would definitely visit again.Written 3 April 2023
- Today while out walking I ventured into Hubert Osborne Park from busy Kay St. and left via busy Breed St. and found it quiet and peacefull.
A windy winters day it was nice just to stroll around this nice green area bound on one part by the Traralgon Swimming Pool and another part by the Traralgon Croquet Club.
The park contains a great kids playground and tables and seats which must be ideal for a nice picnic especially in the warmer months. Nice mature trees helped to give the place a sheltered secure feeling .As I walked around I wondered who was this park named after, what is it's history.
In a town where car parking is at a premium here at Hubert Osborne Park is a car park sitting just about empty, only a couple of minutes walk from the centre of the CBD, good place to park when in town .Written 16 August 2017
- This is a very restful spot in the town centre. Huge shade trees, plenty of seating and ample parking. No public toilets in the park but close by at the library or shopping centre.Written 18 November 2018
- Great quick stop on the highway for a bit of local history. There is a small parking area, be careful if getting kids out on the busy side.Written 7 October 2017
- It is a pleasant journey along narrow back roads with few vehicles. It criss crosses the old railway line, now a Rail Trail. It is mostly flat and there are small towns about every 5km. We dived off just near Stratford and traveled through dairy country, rejoining the highway near Traralgon.Written 27 July 2022
- Over the years I have wandered through Victory Park hundreds of times but a few days ago I took my time and really found out what this lovely area has to offer.
Very close to the main shopping area, beside the highway and follows the creek so very easy to get to. There is good seating around the park.
Good paved walking or bike riding paths.
Lovely rose gardens and lovely mature trees, there is a lovely rotunda which I believe was donated by a local family, there are also a couple of great carved white marble pieces of art donated by Loy Yang Power Station, there used to be a plaque there explaining it all but it has disappeared, should be a new one put in place.
One garden bed contains a lone pine which I assume is propagated from the Gallipoli Lone Pine, you can also see the Hawthorn tree that cost a developer a fortune to move across the road.
There is a terrific soundshell where quite a few events happen each year such as Carols by Candlelight, Australia Day and others, it was a Lions Club project built in 2006, they are to be congratulated.
Plenty of bird life about, great to see the young ducks this time of year.
Have a good walk around and you will find some history markers.
One such plaque states that Tom Albert Williams bought the land in 1888 and the family were here until 1974, maybe they gave the land to Traralgon Council.
Near the soundshell have a look at the rock wall remembering the victims and others of the devastating Black Saturday Bushfires that swept through the nearby Strzelecki Ranges in February 2009.
Another interesting thing is The Rotary Time Capsule due to be opened in 2025, that will be worth seeing.
Right on the creek there is a fishing platform that goes out over the water, a lot of kids must enjoy dropping a line in from there.
Take the time to visit Victory Park there is a lot more to see there than you may think.Written 26 November 2020
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