Our Location

Traralgon is located east of Melbourne and is the largest city in the Latrobe Valley with a growing population of over 27,000. Traralgon located on the main Gippsland rail and road routes, builds its strength through servicing the major industries in the region namely agriculture, timber and electricity production.

Traralgon is also home to a thriving administration, retail and commercial centre. The city’s large commercial centre includes Stockland Traralgon Shopping Centre and South Side Central which incorporates the major railway station.

Traralgon furthermore hosts a range of regional events including country racing, the Australian Junior Tennis Championships where many international and national stars make their debut and the second largest regional Eisteddfod.

How to Find Us

Directions to our Reception – 18a Peterkin Street

Traveling East

From Melbourne
  1. On the Princes Highway take the next right turn (Peterkin Street) just after McDonalds across the Traralgon Creek bridge (Simic Betta Home Living – formerly RetraVision – is on the corner)
  2. Reception is just off the highway – the first driveway on the left in Peterkin Street

Traveling West

From Sale
  1. On the Princes Highway take the next left just after Simic Betta Home Living (Peterkin Street) and before the Traralgon Creek bridge
  2. Reception is just off the highway – the first driveway on the left in Peterkin Street
Our apartments are located in three separate areas — all within very close proximity of each other.

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  • Reception and Peterkin Suites are located at 18a Peterkin Street
  • Gwalia Apartments are located at 2 Gwalia Street
  • Argyle Apartments are located on the corner of Princes Highway (Argyle Street) and Peterkin Street


Traralgon is central and convenient to explore a diverse range of wonderful nearby attractions. Ideally located, its position within the Gippsland region makes it central to the bush, snowfields, lakes and beaches. Key highlights of the area include one of the largest cool temperate rainforests in the southern hemisphere known as Tarra Bulga National Park to the south. One of the most successful old gold mining towns in Victoria, Walhalla to the north.

If entertainment is your leisure pursuit, the performing arts centre attracts audiences from near and far for its professional and amateur theatrical events.

The Traralgon area is also the major producer of Victoria’s electricity and the area is fertile in brown coal deposits. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the production of electricity whilst in the area, and explore one of the power stations on tour.