Moe is a town in Latrobe Valley, a part of the Gippsland region. It is a main stopover town for people traveling through to Erica, the historic goldfields township of Walhalla, Mount Baw Baw and so on.
Moe is home to Old Gippstown – Gippsland Heritage Park. Here you can see all the classic vehicles and learn about the early European settlement of Victoria.
“The Race That Stops Latrobe Valley” – Held annually is the Moe Cup – one of the most popular events in town.
There are plenty of great attractions to visit in Moe, such as: Edward Hunter Reserve - a beautiful walking track located in Moe South, Lake Narracan – a great place to take your family and friends for a day out in the water, Apex park – Which has just been updated with a new playground and the list goes on.
As far as education goes, Moe is services by a number of primary schools;
- Albert Street Primary School,
- South Street Primary School,
- Elizabeth Street Primary School,
- St Kieran’s Primary School (catholic),
- Barringa Special School
- St Mary’s Primary School (catholic)
Moe is also serviced by two other primary schools & one secondary college – all located in Newborough;
- Murray Road Primary, Newborough
- Newborough East Primary
- Lowanna Secondary College (years 7-12),
A great plus side to Moe is all the public transport it has – With a train Station on Lloyd Street making easy access to Melbourne and surrounding areas, there are busses that go from Warragul to Morwell and plenty of taxi’s to get you from A to B.
You will never be bored here, with all the cafés, shops, and exciting venues that Moe has to offer.
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