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Hotels in Traralgon, Victoria

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Crown Hotel

Crown Hotel

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Franklin St
Traralgon
Victoria 3844
Phone:
03 5174 2094
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Grand Junction Hotel

Grand Junction Hotel

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Cnr Franklin St & Princes Hwy
Traralgon
Victoria 3844
Phone:
03 5174 6011
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Royal Exchange Hotel

Royal Exchange Hotel Situated on the main Prince's Highway. * Bistro * Irish Bar * Bottleshop

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64-66 Princes Hwy
Traralgon,
Victoria 3844
Phone:
03 5174 1281
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Ryan's Hotel

The beautifully presented Ryan's Hotel - possibly boasting one of the longest main bars in the country! Balcony views overlook the historical buildings in the centre of town, and the Ryan Hotel has adapted its Ostler's cabin into a servery...

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Corner Franklin and Kay St
Traralgon
Victoria 3844
Phone:
03 5174 2058
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Information on Traralgon, VIC 3844

The Post Office would have to be one of the most formidable buildings fully restored and a delight to visit in the town of Traralgon..
Photo 14/03/2008 submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Traralgon is the largest of the three main cities that make up the Latrobe Valley.

Whilst Traralgon is quite a large city, it is one of those really nice towns that has a real country atmosphere, yet provides all the facilities you'd ever want - and is only 2 1/2 hours out of suburban Melbourne. Mind you, if you lived in Traralgon, surrounded by the High Country to the North and rolling hills to the south, spreading down to Wilson's Promontory, why would you want to go elsewhere?

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