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Courtney

Lives in Traralgon

I love Latrobe Valley because after moving away from the area to study and begin my career I chose to return to the area to advance my career and give back to the community I feel so passionate about. Since returning to the Valley I have experienced endless career, sporting and community engagement opportunities. Latrobe Valley has an embedded culture of inclusion and a focus on equity which unites the community and fosters a community spirit which I have not found anywhere else.

Our diverse environmental landscape allows for a focus on healthy and active lifestyle. Culture and arts is embraced and supported which encourages expression and individuality. Resources and business is embraced and supported by locals who are passionate about the areas contribution to the local, state and national economy. There is truly no other place as unique and diverse as the Latrobe Valley #lovelatrobe

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Courtney

Lives in Traralgon

I love Latrobe Valley because after moving away from the area to study and begin my career I chose to return to the area to advance my career and give back to the community I feel so passionate about. Since returning to the Valley I have experienced endless career, sporting and community engagement opportunities. Latrobe Valley has an embedded culture of inclusion and a focus on equity which unites the community and fosters a community spirit which I have not found anywhere else.

Our diverse environmental landscape allows for a focus on healthy and active lifestyle. Culture and arts is embraced and supported which encourages expression and individuality. Resources and business is embraced and supported by locals who are passionate about the areas contribution to the local, state and national economy. There is truly no other place as unique and diverse as the Latrobe Valley #lovelatrobe

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Mark
Lives in Willow Grove

Moe has a wonderful community spirit, always has. Of the three major towns, I think it’s better in Moe than it is in Morwell or Traralgon. But, um, maybe I’m a bit biased. For me, a lot of people move away and they denigrate the area, but to me, it’s…

Jay
Lives in Traralgon

The Valley can take us anywhere and I suppose we look up to those that have made it in whatever avenue they’ve taken, whether it’s science or education or whatever it is, sport.

There’s plenty of different heroes around town and it’s good that we can call them our own.

Leah
Lives in Willow Grove

I absolutely love the Latrobe Valley and the wider Gippsland region. I did a lot of travel in my 20s right around Australia and overseas and I think you could go two ways. You either go, ‘I’m never going home’, or you get an appreciation for how good you’ve got…