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- Albury-Wodonga is a twin city on the Murray River border between New South Wales and Victoria.
- Albury-Wodonga is a leading environmentally conscious community.
- Albury-Wodonga is a low pollution environment, benefiting from its rural location and more modern industrial plants.
- Albury-Wodonga is a pace setter in regional development.
- Albury-Wodonga is a twin city straddling the Murray River border of the two south-eastern Australian states of New South Wales and Victoria .
- Ararat is an old gold mining town in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains.
- Ararat is also a good base from which to explore the Grampians National Park or the nearby Mount Langi Ghiran, Mt Cole and Mt Buangor.
- Ararat is the largest town in the local government area known as the Rural City of Ararat.
- Ararat was once a boom gold-mining town and is a pleasant spot with some delightful old bluestone buildings.
- Bellarine Peninsula is a great spot for bird watching in the nature reserves, lagoons and wetlands.
- The Bellarine Peninsula is a major source of potatoes in Victoria.
- The Bellarine Peninsula is a popular snorkelling and diving area.
- The Bellarine Peninsula is a unique area offering beach and surfing facilities from Ocean Grove to Bells Beach and beyond along the Great Ocean Road.
- The Bellarine Peninsula is one of Victoria-s most picturesque regions and a fun place to visit at anytime.
- Bells Beach is a long, generous, slightly archaic surf break in the Australian state of Victoria.
- Bells Beach is a rather small bay located between two bush covered headlands.
- Bells Beach is a straight stretch and the beach in the film is a cove with pine trees atop a hill.
- Bells Beach is a surfer's paradise.
- Bells Beach is an internationally famous surf beach located 100 km south-west of Melbourne, on the Great Ocean Road near the towns of Torquay and Jan Juc.
- The Borough of Queenscliffe is a residential and resort municipality in south western Victoria roughly 27 kilometres south east of Geelong.
- The Borough of Queenscliffe is the smallest Borough in Victoria, covering only 13 square kilometres.
- Buckrabanyule is a settlement situated in Victoria, Australia.
- Buckrabanyule is a tiny township in the North-Central area of the state of Victoria in Australia.
- Churchill is a national park in Victoria ( Australia), 31 km southeast of Melbourne.
- Churchill is a town in Latrobe Valley, located central Gippsland in the east of Victoria, Australia.
- Churchill was originally to be named Hazelwood, but was renamed after Sir Winston Churchill's death.
- Corio Bay is a great place to have a fish.
- Corio Bay is a wonderful mix of old wharves, woolstores and a fully restored 1930s seabathing complex.
- Corio Bay is one of numerous bays in Port Phillip lies in the southwest part of Port Phillip, and is the bay on which abuts Geelong.
- Corio Bay is one of numerous bays in the southwest corner of Port Phillip, and is the bay on which abuts the City of Geelong.
- Croajingolong is a coastal national park in Victoria, Australia, 427 kilo427 kilometres east of Melbourne.
- Croajingolong is a national park in Victoria, Australia, 427 kilometres east of Melbourne.
- Croajingolong is used to a limited extent by local and visiting schools and tertiary students for educational studies and research.
- East Gippsland is the small end of the state, but with a high diversity of ecological values.
- East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have a Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) signed.
- East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have a Regional Forest Agreement signed.
- East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have an RFA signed.
- Gabo Island lies in Bass Strait, 13 kilometres from Mallacoota and the wilderness coast of Croajingolong National Park.
- These lighthouse rangers also take bookings for Gabo Island Lighthouse.
- The Point Hicks Lighthouse cottage makes an unusual hideaway, as does Gabo Island with its lighthouse accommodation.
- Goolengook is a big area and linked to the Errinundra it would be an even bigger area of corridors, from sea to alpine, tundra - like habitats.
- Goolengook is a perfect illustration of this.
- Goolengook is a unique area of ancient forest in east gippsland in victoria.
- Goolengook is also a stronghold for the threatened Powerful and Sooty owls.
- Goolengook was close to protection, or so we thought.
- The Grampians is a mountain range and beautioful national park.
- The Grampians are located in the mid west of Victoria and the wild sandstone formations form the western extremity of the Great Dividing Range.
- The Grampians are a series of stark and spectacular sandstone ridges eroded into bizarre shapes and famous for brilliant wildflowers in spring.
- The Grampians is a mountain range and national park in Victoria ( Australia), 235 kilometres west of Melbourne.
- The Grampians is an area of valleys, mountains and woodlands.
- Lake Hume is a very large dam on the Murray River, forming the border between New South Wales and Victoria, Australia.
- Lake Hume is a large artificial lake on the Murray River formed by the Hume Dam.
- Lake Hume is a largely artificial lake, not very deep but with a sizeable area and its purpose was to hold back winter rains for irrigation purposes.
- Lake Hume is a popular spot for swimming, sailing, water skiing, paragliding, fishing, wind surfing, jet skiing, kayaking and canoeing.
- Lake Hume is a spectacular man made aquatic playground for families and fishermen, sailers and windsurfers.
- Lake Mulwala is a beauty to look at - dead trees, large reeds and thousands of waterbirds make for marvellous sunrises and sunsets.
- Lake Mulwala is a huge lake that runs into a river, Pete took us up river were the water was smoother and nicer.
- Lake Mulwala is a large warm water impoundment that is reported to support growth rates up to twice that for Murray Cod in riverine habitats.
- Lake Mulwala is a magnificent recreational and sporting playground.
- Lake Mulwala is a picturesque sight with its thousands of ghostly dead gum trees protruding from the water.
- Latrobe Valley is a combination of natural and man made attractions .
- Latrobe Valley is a wonderful area to live in, and is accessible to many interesting places.
- The Latrobe Valley is a basin surrounded by hills, and sits about 50 - 100 metres above sea level.
- The Latrobe Valley is a central and convenient place to explore a diverse range of wonderful nearby attractions.
- The Latrobe Valley is a part of Gippsland which in the eastern part of Victoria, Australia.
- Mallacoota is a convenient location from which to explore the peace and tranquility of this wonderful wilderness area.
- Mallacoota is a good base for exploring the park and also offers excellent fishing and boating.
- Mallacoota is a small coastal township, on the western side of the narrow Mallacoota Inlet, and is situated 542 kilometres east of Melbourne.
- Mallacoota is a wonderful holiday spot, surrounded by spectacular National Park.
- Market Square is a easy drive into Victoria from the BC Ferry terminal at Swartz Bay.
- The Market Square is a 5 minute walk, Wawel Castle is a 10 minute walk and Jewish district - 15 minutes walk away).
- The Market Square was also a centre for various other activities.
- Melbourne is a beautiful city at night as you can see it on the picture.
- Melbourne is a bustling, colorful destination that has twice been rated as the world’s most ‘livable city’ (2004, 2005).
- Melbourne is a city famous for its sense of style.
- Melbourne is a city of striking public spaces, state-of-the-art museums and gold rush architecture.
- Melbourne is a city of world-class events, exceptional food and wine, and a fabulous arts scene.
- There is some spectacular scenery in the Otway National Park.
- Colac sits on the edge of the Otway National Park, and being 45 minutes from Geelong and Lorne it is easily commutable from Geelong or the Coast.
- Situated in the Otway National Park, it is close to both Beauchamp Falls and Triplet Falls so waterfall lovers will have a field day visiting them all.
- A road was made from Melbourne, making Dandenong, by the late 1850s, an important staging post for travellers into Gippsland.
- A road was constructed to Matlock by 1950, but it remains in poor condition to this day.
- The Road was taken through sites of state significant rainforest, major river systems and old-growth forests.
- The road is also a memorial for those soldiers who didn't return.
- The road was built in the 1930's as a memorial to the servicemen of World War I and caresses the clifftops of this rugged coastline.
- Agnes was born in 1869 in Ballarat, Victoria.
- Agnes was still alive in 1923.
- Alfred is a small national park in Victoria ( Australia), 388 km east of Melbourne.
- Alfred was born at Carapooee, Victoria in 1868.
- Arthur was born in 1870 in Melbourne, Victoria and died in 1926.
- Arthur was born on 6 Aug 1883 in Terang, Victoria, died on 25 Oct 1973 in Warrnambool, Victoria and was buried in Warrnambool, Victoria.
- Baw Baw National Park extends over most of the granite Plateau, an area of breathtaking beauty.
- The 13300 ha Baw Baw National Park covers a substantial part of the Baw Baw Plateau and sections of the Thomson and Aberfeldy River valleys.
- Baw Baw National Park is approximately 180 kilometres east of Melbourne and 50 kilometres north of the Latrobe Valley, in Central Gippsland.
- The Bogong High Plains are a section of the Alpine National Park in the Australian state of Victoria and are situated south of Mount Bogong.
- Boolarra is a small township located in the LaTrobe Valley, in central Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
- Boolarra is a town in Victoria, Australia, located 180 kilometres east of Melbourne and 20 kilometres south of Morwell.
- The official border between Victoria and Tasmania is at 39--12' S, which passes through Boundary Islet in the Bass Strait for 85 metres.
- What’s more Tasmania and Victoria share Australia’s shortest land boundary, with the bisection of Boundary Islet.
- The Campaspe River is a river in Victoria, Australia, and was named for Campaspe, a mistress of Alexander the Great.
- Cape Otway is a cape in south Victoria, Australia on the Great Ocean Road; much of the area is enclosed in the Otway National Park.
- Cape Otway was originally inhabited by the Katabanut people; evidence of their campsites is contained in the middens throughout the region.
- Cape Woolamai also contains a subdivision called Woolamai Waters.
- Cape Woolamai ( 38--34---S, 145--21---E) is a small town and headland at the south eastern tip of Phillip Island in Victoria, Australia.
- Caroline was born .CA 1860 in Panmure, Victoria, died in 1953 in Warrnambool, Victoria and was buried on 11 May 1953 in Warrnambool Cemetery, Victoria.
- Caroline was born in 1863 and died on 20 Sep 1938.
- Caroline was born on 11 Apr 1897 in Terang, Victoria and died on 5 Jan 1969 in Warrnambool, Victoria.
- Charles was a police officer and a blacksmith.
- Charles was born .CA 1895 and died in 1967 in Prahran, Victoria.
- Charles was counted in a census 1 in 1881 in Dog Street, Horsford, Norfolk, England.
- The City of Greater Geelong is a great supporter of sailing events and has already given its support and enthusiasm for the World Skiff Regatta.
- Clara was born 1894.
- Clara was born on Jun 19, 1884 and died in Aug 1967 at age 83.
- The club is based in the city of Geelong at Kardinia Park, known by its sponsored name " Skilled Stadium ".
- The club is based in the city of Geelong at Skilled Stadium.
- The club was able to win by a bigger margin than 2 weeks prior, and would meet the Eagles in the grand final.
- The club was right next to Pete-s pro shop.
- Codrington Wind Farm is a wind farm on the coast of south-western Victoria, Australia.
- Colac Botanic Gardens are situated on the southern shore of Lake Colac.
- The Colac Botanic Gardens are wonderful and one of Victoria's many regional botanic gardens.
- Coopracambra National Park is one of the most remote sections of Victoria and remains largely undisturbed.
- The town is an important access point to the Croajingolong National Park.
- Within Croajingolong National Park, fishing is allowed, but a licence is required for all Victorian waters.
- Over 1000 species of native plants as well as over 300 bird species can be found at Croajingolong National Park.
- A large part of the Dandenongs are covered by the Dandenong Ranges National Park.
- The Dandenong Ranges National Park has been one of these fire prone environments with regular bushfire activity.
- This study has demonstrated that prescribed burning and bushfires have a similar effect on the ant fauna of the Dandenong Ranges National Park.
- The Division was proclaimed at the redistribution of 11 May 1949, and was first contested at the 1949 Federal election.
- The Division was proclaimed at the redistribution of 14 September 1984, and was first contested at the 1984 Federal election.
- The division was created in 1900 and was one of the original 75 divisions contested at the first federal election.
- The division was created in 1901 and is named for Corio Bay.
- Drouin is a major service town, located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.
- Drouin is a major service town, population 5815 ( ABS 2001 census), located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.
- Drouin is a major tourist hub, population 4500, located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.
- Edward was M.L.A. 1856-1861. Edward HENTY paid rates in 1875 on a Carapook property valued at -994.
- Edward was a teacher.) RICHARDSON or CAMERON, Jean, abt.1820-?, (b.
- Eliza was born 2 in 1884.
- Eliza was born in England and died on 9 Aug 1963 in Wangaratta, Victoria.
- Eliza was born on Oct 21, 1883 and died on Jan 12, 1970 at age 86.
* Errinundra National Park
* Gibson Steps
* Gippsland Lakes
* Glenelg River
* Glenelg Shire
* Goulburn Valley
* Great Otway National Park
* Greta West
* Kiewa River
* Lake Colac
* Lake Corangamite
* Lake Eildon National Park
* Lake Purrumbete
* Latrobe City
* Lilydale Lake
* Lind National Park
* Loch Ard Gorge
* London Arch
* Mitta Mitta River
* Mount Alexander
* Mount Bogong
* Mount Buffalo
* Mount Eccles
* Mount Hotham
* Phillip Island
* Port Campbell National Park
* Port Phillip
* The Lakes National Park
* Victoria Hamilton
* Victoria Matlock
* Wilsons Promontory
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