LATROBE

LATROBE

Latrobe is a river town famous for its heritage and the fresh produce that grows in the region's rich and fertile soils.   Dating back to the 1820s, Latrobe was once the main port of the North West. The area's rich heritage can be explored at the Courthouse Museum and the Australian Axeman's Hall of Fame.   There are more than 70 heritage listed buildings in the town, with many that can be seen on a simple stroll or guided tour down Gilbert Street with its eclectic shops, cafes, arts and crafts and antique stores. 

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