With a strong community spirit, beautiful natural landscapes and opportunities for young and old, Churchill offers a safe, welcoming environment for families to grow. Plus, there’s plenty for visitors to enjoy, too.

Churchill was founded in the 1960s as a residential area for workers at the nearby Hazelwood Power Station and coal mine. While the Power Station and coal mine have since ceased operations, Churchill remains an important hub for the region.

Most importantly, Churchill is a fantastic place to raise a family, with a strong community spirit and opportunities for people of all ages. Education is an essential aspect of Churchill, with the presence of the Federation University's Gippsland Campus. The university offers a wide range of programs and courses, attracting students from both within the region and beyond. The town offers cafes, and restaurants, as well as several parks and recreation areas.

For visitors and residents alike, the surrounding region offers a range of natural attractions, including Tarra-Bulga National Park, Gippsland Lakes and many more within a short distance. Plus, if you visit at the right time, you’ll enjoy any number of Churchill’s popular events that help to foster a real sense of togetherness in the community.



Churchill 3842


Churchill Australia 3842



  • Melbourne

    2 hr 3 min (164.1 km) via M1

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