Yinnar is just one of Latrobe's many hidden gems. An art lover's dream in a picturesque, quiet township packed with regional charm and small-town hospitality.

Yinnar was established in the late 19th century as a centre for the timber industry, and it remains a hub for the surrounding agricultural and forestry communities. Today, Yinnar is a delightful regional township boasting amenities such as a primary school, cafe, pub, general store, and post office. The town is also served by a range of recreational facilities, including a football oval, a cricket ground, and a community hall.

Yinnar is known for its strong arts and culture scene, with several galleries, festivals, and events showcasing local talent throughout the year. Locals and visitors alike love the Biennial Gippsland Sculpture Exhibition, while ARC Yinnar hosts a thriving and eclectic art resource centre.

The surrounding region offers a range of natural attractions, including Morwell River Falls, Morwell National Park and Tarra-Bulga National Park. With a 48-hour RV stop and dump point, it’s the perfect place to visit while travelling on the road.



Yinnar 3869


Yinnar Australia 3869



  • Melbourne

    2 hr (159.8 km) via M1

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