The Princes Freeway runs through Latrobe Valley, bypassing most major rural cities and connecting the region to both Melbourne and East Gippsland.The centrally located centre of Moe is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes drive from the central business district of Melbourne.February is the warmest month in the Latrobe Valley with an average temperature range of 12.5 to 26.4 °C (54.5 to 79.5 °F) and the coldest month is July with an average temperature range of 3.6 to 13.5 °C (38.5 to 56.3 °F).
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The Latrobe Valley is an inland geographical district and urban area of the Gippsland region in the state of Victoria, Australia.
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The valley is home to four of the highest electricity producing thermal power stations in Australia.
Power plants located in the Latrobe Valley include Hazelwood Power Station, Loy Yang Power Stations A & B, Yallourn Power Station, Jeeralang Power Station (Gas) and the Energy Brix Power Station.
According to Les Blake, in 1841 William Adams Brodribb, an early settler, While the Latrobe River flows into Lake Wellington to the east of Sale and includes in its drainage basin a significant part of central Gippsland, the region conventionally known as the Latrobe Valley occupies an inland area between the Strzelecki Ranges and Baw Baw Ranges between Drouin and Rosedale - with four major urban areas Warragul, Moe, Morwell and Traralgon, between the Strzelecki Ranges to the south and the westernmost reaches of the Victorian Alps to the north.
It has a temperate climate meaning mild temperatures with large amounts of rain, the occasional frost and snow on neighbouring hills.
Other services – including the Gippslander rail service – stop at all stations in the area.
Services to the Latrobe Valley run between Melbourne and Traralgon, whilst Gippsland services run between Melbourne and Bairnsdale.
The population of the Latrobe Valley is approximately 125,000.