Morwell is located within the Latrobe Valley which is home to most of Victoria's power generation facilities, situated between Moe and Traralgon. Morwell has an attractive commercial centre, divided in two by the Gippsland rail line. The larger of these centres is located south of the railway along tree-lined Commercial Road and Tarwin Street. A pedestrian underpass provides a link to the other centre north of the railway along Princes Drive where there are more shops, the post office, a couple of hotels and churches. The large Mid Valley Shopping Centre is located towards the eastern edge of town. Towards the eastern edge of Morwell on Princes Drive is Kernot Lake which is surrounded by lawns and gardens. Kernot Hall and the Morwell campus of GippsTafe is located on the southern side of the lake, while the Gippsland Immigration Park is located nearby. South of Morwell is the Hazelwood Power Station, whose towering smoke stacks can be seen by looking south along Tarwin Street in Morwell's main commercial centre. Artificial lake known as the Hazelwood Pondage which is available for the public to use for boating and water sports. Neerim South is located in the southern foothills of the Great Dividing Range, north of the larger towns of Drouin and Warragul. This picturesque rural town is surrounded by rolling hills and lush green grazing land, and it has developed into a popular stop over for those venturing further afield to Mount Baw Baw. It also has grown into an appealing place to visit for travelers in the area and is well served by its collection of galleries, cafes and gourmet food outlets. Neerim South's town centre is situated along Main Neerim Road which opens up into a wide boulevard with tall deciduous trees along its central strip between Wagner Road and Neerim East Road. In addition to the eateries, there is a supermarket, hotel and other services. Recreational facilities are located in adjoining Neerim East Road and include a sports oval, netball courts, a skate park and playground. The main access point to the Tarago Reservoir is via the Jindivick road, a few minutes drive west of town. A turn off leads to a car park near the dam wall where is there is attractive park land with BBQ shelters and picnic areas. While the dam wall is closed for walking across, there is a track which descends down to bushland at the base of the dam wall from where the Tarago River flows. A little further west is the small community of Jindivick which is well-known for its farms that produce gourmet foods such as olives, berries, cheeses and small goods. The journey north along the Main Neerim Road passes through scenic countryside and lush rolling hills surrounding the small communities of Neerim and Neerim Junction. Just south of the road junction at Piedmont is the Lions Club Lookout which offers scenic easterly views towards Noojee.
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