Travers St, Morwell VIC 3840, Australia
Travers Street Morwell VI
1300 367 700
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Latrobe City Council - Outdoor Sporting Facility Season Applications
Applications are invited from sporting clubs and community organisations for the hire of Latrobe City Council controlled and maintained sporting facilities.
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Recent Google Reviews
JTS quality car care T said 3 years ago
Great football ground
Jac Bongers said 3 years ago
Good quality surface
Cody M said 3 years ago
best ground in gippy
Brian smith said 3 years ago
Supposed at facilities, and their contribution to young footballers
Alexandria Pattie said 4 years ago
Apart from the graffiti, it's a lovely park. Playground for the kids, a path around the pond, seating and close to restaurants.
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