Address: Travers Street, Morwell VIC 3840
Capacity: 12,000 approx
There are two senior clubs in the city, the Morwell Football Club (est 1905) based at the Morwell Recreation Reserve, compete in the Gippsland Football League, while the Morwell East Football Club (est 1973), based at the Morwell East Football Ground compete in the Mid Gippsland Football League.
The Morwell Football Ground is home to the Gippsland Power (est 1993) which compete in the TAC Cup and has hosted Australian Football League pre-season matches in 2005 and 2010.
Travel by car is recommended to Morwell Recreation Reserve via the Princes Freeway (A1) or the old Princes Highway which once passed through east-west through its centre is now Princes Drive and Commercial Road. The highway connects Morwell with other Latrobe Valley cities including Moe to the west and Traralgon to the east.
Morwell Recreation Reserve is located 2.4km from Morwell railway station.
The city's only station is Morwell railway station which is on the Orbost railway line. Both the Traralgon V/Line rail service and the Bairnsdale V/Line rail service stop there with a two way hourly service. Travel time to Flinders Street Station ranges from approximately 109 minutes during peak travel times.