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Latrobe National Events

As a quaint and picturesque city situated in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Latrobe is known to be a hotspot for events and festivities throughout the year. Here are some of the nationally or globally recognized annual events that people can observe in and around Latrobe:

1. Latrobe Valley Street Machine Show
Held annually in early February, the Latrobe Valley Street Machine Show is a highly anticipated event that attracts car enthusiasts from all over Australia. The show features some of the most impressive cars, bikes, and trucks, as well as live entertainment and food stalls.

2. Latrobe Literary Festival
The Latrobe Literary Festival is an annual event held in late May that celebrates literature and art. It features prominent speakers, workshops, and discussions, allowing visitors to participate in creative and intellectual endeavors.

3. Latrobe Valley Eisteddfod
Held in June, the Latrobe Valley Eisteddfod is a nod to the Welsh cultural tradition that includes competitions in music, dance, speech, and drama. It provides a platform for young and old performers to showcase their talents and compete for awards.

4. Latrobe Valley Beer Festival
Beer lovers rejoice! The Latrobe Valley Beer Festival is held in early October and brings together a range of local, national, and international beers. The festival features entertainment, food vendors, and informative talks on craft brewing.

5. Morwell International Rose Garden Festival
The Morwell International Rose Garden Festival happens annually in late October and offers visitors the chance to see more than 4000 roses in bloom. The festival also features clairvoyants, food stalls, masterclasses, and live performances.

6. Gippsland Music Festival
The Gippsland Music Festival is held in early November and showcases local and national talent. The festival attracts music lovers from all over Victoria and features genres like rock, pop, blues, and jazz.

7. Moe Cup
Held annually in November, the Moe Cup is one of the biggest events on the Latrobe Valley horse racing calendar. The day features food and drinks, entertainment, and most importantly, horse races.

8. Yallourn North Annual Agricultural Show
In late November, the Yallourn North Annual Agricultural Show celebrates the region's agricultural heritage. The event is known for showcasing livestock, produce, and trade exhibits and also features sideshows, live music, and food stalls.

9. Traralgon Australia Day Celebrations
Finally, Traralgon Australia Day celebrations mark the nation's founding every January 26. The event features a parade of floats, live entertainment, and free BBQs.

These are just a few of the annual events you can enjoy while in Latrobe. The region has brought together a wealth of events that attract locals and tourists alike throughout the year!

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