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Waterfront LIFESTYLE living, NARRACAN LAKE RESORT
- Moe VIC
– 3 mins drive to shopping centre
– waterfront living
– 3 mins to the station
– close to local library and schools
– 45 mins train ride to the Melb CBD
– scenic lifestyle and views
– Multiple lots available to choose from 450m2-800m2
The area of Lake Narracan is located in Latrobe City in Victoria’s Gippsland region. Lake Narracan is in close proximity to the established towns of Newborough to the south and Moe to the south-west.
Lake Narracan is approximately 140kms south-east of Melbourne’s CBD and approximately 85kms from Pakenham in Cardinia Shire (one of Melbourne’s growth areas).
The Latrobe Valley is significant as it generates 85% of Victoria’s electricity, from its large reserves of brown coal (DPCD).
Lake Narracan is connected to Melbourne and its south-eastern suburbs via the Princes Freeway (M1), located approximately 4kms to the south. The Princes Freeway also connects Lake Narracan to the regional townships of Warragul and Drouin to the west and Morwell, Traralgon and Sale to the east.
Lake Narracan is also serviced by a regional train system (V Line) via the Moe Train Station approximately 5kms from the Lake Narracan PSP area.
“Waterfront living is an attractive proposition and with a variety of lot sizes available, the development is within the reach of a diverse range of individuals, families or investors,” Cr O’Callaghan said. The plans build on the Lake Narracan Precinct Structure Plan approved by Latrobe City in 2014, which gained state planning approval in 2015.
Developers will have to provide a contribution, which will go towards the construction of the public waterfront parks. Moe Trader’s Association secretary Susan Broadbent praised the foreshore development as a “win-win for everyone” for its potential to create jobs.
Narracan Falls are located out the back of Moe about 10-12kms South from the highway. The waterfalls are sourced by the Narracan Creek which rises in the hills northwest of Thorpdale and eventually joins the Latrobe River near Lake Narracan. The falls can be accessed by a walking path of about 50m from the car park which leads to the base of the falls. There is car and coach parking as well as picnic tables and open fireplaces in the reserve.