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  1. Albury-Wodonga is a twin city on the Murray River border between New South Wales and Victoria.
  2. Albury-Wodonga is a leading environmentally conscious community.
  3. Albury-Wodonga is a low pollution environment, benefiting from its rural location and more modern industrial plants.
  4. Albury-Wodonga is a pace setter in regional development.
  5. Albury-Wodonga is a twin city straddling the Murray River border of the two south-eastern Australian states of New South Wales and Victoria .


  1. Ararat is an old gold mining town in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains.
  2. 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.
  3. Ararat is the largest town in the local government area known as the Rural City of Ararat.
  4. Ararat was once a boom gold-mining town and is a pleasant spot with some delightful old bluestone buildings.

Bellarine Peninsula

  1. Bellarine Peninsula is a great spot for bird watching in the nature reserves, lagoons and wetlands.
  2. The Bellarine Peninsula is a major source of potatoes in Victoria.
  3. The Bellarine Peninsula is a popular snorkelling and diving area.
  4. 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.
  5. The Bellarine Peninsula is one of Victoria-s most picturesque regions and a fun place to visit at anytime.

Bells Beach

  1. Bells Beach is a long, generous, slightly archaic surf break in the Australian state of Victoria.
  2. Bells Beach is a rather small bay located between two bush covered headlands.
  3. Bells Beach is a straight stretch and the beach in the film is a cove with pine trees atop a hill.
  4. Bells Beach is a surfer's paradise.
  5. 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.

Borough of Queenscliffe

  1. The Borough of Queenscliffe is a residential and resort municipality in south western Victoria roughly 27 kilometres south east of Geelong.
  2. The Borough of Queenscliffe is the smallest Borough in Victoria, covering only 13 square kilometres.


  1. Buckrabanyule is a settlement situated in Victoria, Australia.
  2. Buckrabanyule is a tiny township in the North-Central area of the state of Victoria in Australia.


  1. Churchill is a national park in Victoria ( Australia), 31 km southeast of Melbourne.
  2. Churchill is a town in Latrobe Valley, located central Gippsland in the east of Victoria, Australia.
  3. Churchill was originally to be named Hazelwood, but was renamed after Sir Winston Churchill's death.

Corio Bay

  1. Corio Bay is a great place to have a fish.
  2. Corio Bay is a wonderful mix of old wharves, woolstores and a fully restored 1930s seabathing complex.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.


  1. Croajingolong is a coastal national park in Victoria, Australia, 427 kilo427 kilometres east of Melbourne.
  2. Croajingolong is a national park in Victoria, Australia, 427 kilometres east of Melbourne.
  3. Croajingolong is used to a limited extent by local and visiting schools and tertiary students for educational studies and research.

East Gippsland

  1. East Gippsland is the small end of the state, but with a high diversity of ecological values.
  2. East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have a Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) signed.
  3. East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have a Regional Forest Agreement signed.
  4. East Gippsland was the first region in Australia to have an RFA signed.

Gabo Island

  1. Gabo Island lies in Bass Strait, 13 kilometres from Mallacoota and the wilderness coast of Croajingolong National Park.
  2. These lighthouse rangers also take bookings for Gabo Island Lighthouse.
  3. The Point Hicks Lighthouse cottage makes an unusual hideaway, as does Gabo Island with its lighthouse accommodation.


  1. 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.
  2. Goolengook is a perfect illustration of this.
  3. Goolengook is a unique area of ancient forest in east gippsland in victoria.
  4. Goolengook is also a stronghold for the threatened Powerful and Sooty owls.
  5. Goolengook was close to protection, or so we thought.


  1. The Grampians is a mountain range and beautioful national park.
  2. The Grampians are located in the mid west of Victoria and the wild sandstone formations form the western extremity of the Great Dividing Range.
  3. The Grampians are a series of stark and spectacular sandstone ridges eroded into bizarre shapes and famous for brilliant wildflowers in spring.
  4. The Grampians is a mountain range and national park in Victoria ( Australia), 235 kilometres west of Melbourne.
  5. The Grampians is an area of valleys, mountains and woodlands.

Lake Hume

  1. Lake Hume is a very large dam on the Murray River, forming the border between New South Wales and Victoria, Australia.
  2. Lake Hume is a large artificial lake on the Murray River formed by the Hume Dam.
  3. 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.
  4. Lake Hume is a popular spot for swimming, sailing, water skiing, paragliding, fishing, wind surfing, jet skiing, kayaking and canoeing.
  5. Lake Hume is a spectacular man made aquatic playground for families and fishermen, sailers and windsurfers.

Lake Mulwala

  1. Lake Mulwala is a beauty to look at - dead trees, large reeds and thousands of waterbirds make for marvellous sunrises and sunsets.
  2. Lake Mulwala is a huge lake that runs into a river, Pete took us up river were the water was smoother and nicer.
  3. 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.
  4. Lake Mulwala is a magnificent recreational and sporting playground.
  5. Lake Mulwala is a picturesque sight with its thousands of ghostly dead gum trees protruding from the water.

Latrobe Valley

  1. Latrobe Valley is a combination of natural and man made attractions .
  2. Latrobe Valley is a wonderful area to live in, and is accessible to many interesting places.
  3. The Latrobe Valley is a basin surrounded by hills, and sits about 50 - 100 metres above sea level.
  4. The Latrobe Valley is a central and convenient place to explore a diverse range of wonderful nearby attractions.
  5. The Latrobe Valley is a part of Gippsland which in the eastern part of Victoria, Australia.


  1. Mallacoota is a convenient location from which to explore the peace and tranquility of this wonderful wilderness area.
  2. Mallacoota is a good base for exploring the park and also offers excellent fishing and boating.
  3. Mallacoota is a small coastal township, on the western side of the narrow Mallacoota Inlet, and is situated 542 kilometres east of Melbourne.
  4. Mallacoota is a wonderful holiday spot, surrounded by spectacular National Park.

Market Square

  1. Market Square is a easy drive into Victoria from the BC Ferry terminal at Swartz Bay.
  2. The Market Square is a 5 minute walk, Wawel Castle is a 10 minute walk and Jewish district - 15 minutes walk away).
  3. The Market Square was also a centre for various other activities.


  1. Melbourne is a beautiful city at night as you can see it on the picture.
  2. Melbourne is a bustling, colorful destination that has twice been rated as the world’s most ‘livable city’ (2004, 2005).
  3. Melbourne is a city famous for its sense of style.
  4. Melbourne is a city of striking public spaces, state-of-the-art museums and gold rush architecture.
  5. Melbourne is a city of world-class events, exceptional food and wine, and a fabulous arts scene.

Otway National Park

  1. There is some spectacular scenery in the Otway National Park.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.


  1. A road was made from Melbourne, making Dandenong, by the late 1850s, an important staging post for travellers into Gippsland.
  2. A road was constructed to Matlock by 1950, but it remains in poor condition to this day.
  3. The Road was taken through sites of state significant rainforest, major river systems and old-growth forests.
  4. The road is also a memorial for those soldiers who didn't return.
  5. 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.


  1. Agnes was born in 1869 in Ballarat, Victoria.
  2. Agnes was still alive in 1923.


  1. Alfred is a small national park in Victoria ( Australia), 388 km east of Melbourne.
  2. Alfred was born at Carapooee, Victoria in 1868.


  1. Arthur was born in 1870 in Melbourne, Victoria and died in 1926.
  2. 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

  1. Baw Baw National Park extends over most of the granite Plateau, an area of breathtaking beauty.
  2. 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.
  3. Baw Baw National Park is approximately 180 kilometres east of Melbourne and 50 kilometres north of the Latrobe Valley, in Central Gippsland.

Bogong High Plains

  1. 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.


  1. Boolarra is a small township located in the LaTrobe Valley, in central Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
  2. Boolarra is a town in Victoria, Australia, located 180 kilometres east of Melbourne and 20 kilometres south of Morwell.

Boundary Islet

  1. The official border between Victoria and Tasmania is at 39--12' S, which passes through Boundary Islet in the Bass Strait for 85 metres[5][6].
  2. What’s more Tasmania and Victoria share Australia’s shortest land boundary, with the bisection of Boundary Islet.

Campaspe River

  1. The Campaspe River is a river in Victoria, Australia, and was named for Campaspe, a mistress of Alexander the Great.

Cape Otway

  1. 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.
  2. Cape Otway was originally inhabited by the Katabanut people; evidence of their campsites is contained in the middens throughout the region.

Cape Woolamai

  1. Cape Woolamai also contains a subdivision called Woolamai Waters.
  2. Cape Woolamai ( 38--34---S, 145--21---E[3]) is a small town and headland at the south eastern tip of Phillip Island in Victoria, Australia.


  1. 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.
  2. Caroline was born in 1863 and died on 20 Sep 1938.
  3. Caroline was born on 11 Apr 1897 in Terang, Victoria and died on 5 Jan 1969 in Warrnambool, Victoria.


  1. Charles was a police officer and a blacksmith.
  2. Charles was born .CA 1895 and died in 1967 in Prahran, Victoria.
  3. Charles was counted in a census 1 in 1881 in Dog Street, Horsford, Norfolk, England.

City of Greater Geelong

  1. 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.


  1. Clara was born 1894.
  2. Clara was born on Jun 19, 1884 and died in Aug 1967 at age 83.


  1. The club is based in the city of Geelong at Kardinia Park, known by its sponsored name " Skilled Stadium ".
  2. The club is based in the city of Geelong at Skilled Stadium.
  3. The club was able to win by a bigger margin than 2 weeks prior, and would meet the Eagles in the grand final.
  4. The club was right next to Pete-s pro shop.

Codrington Wind Farm

  1. Codrington Wind Farm is a wind farm on the coast of south-western Victoria, Australia.

Colac Botanic Gardens

  1. Colac Botanic Gardens are situated on the southern shore of Lake Colac.
  2. The Colac Botanic Gardens are wonderful and one of Victoria's many regional botanic gardens.

Coopracambra National Park

  1. Coopracambra National Park is one of the most remote sections of Victoria and remains largely undisturbed.

Croajingolong National Park

  1. The town is an important access point to the Croajingolong National Park.
  2. Within Croajingolong National Park, fishing is allowed, but a licence is required for all Victorian waters.
  3. Over 1000 species of native plants as well as over 300 bird species can be found at Croajingolong National Park.

Dandenong Ranges National Park

  1. A large part of the Dandenongs are covered by the Dandenong Ranges National Park.
  2. The Dandenong Ranges National Park has been one of these fire prone environments with regular bushfire activity.
  3. This study has demonstrated that prescribed burning and bushfires have a similar effect on the ant fauna of the Dandenong Ranges National Park.


  1. The Division was proclaimed at the redistribution of 11 May 1949, and was first contested at the 1949 Federal election.
  2. The Division was proclaimed at the redistribution of 14 September 1984, and was first contested at the 1984 Federal election.
  3. The division was created in 1900 and was one of the original 75 divisions contested at the first federal election.
  4. The division was created in 1901 and is named for Corio Bay.


  1. Drouin is a major service town, located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.
  2. Drouin is a major service town, population 5815 ( ABS 2001 census), located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.
  3. Drouin is a major tourist hub, population 4500, located in West Gippsland, 90 km east of Melbourne.


  1. Edward was M.L.A. 1856-1861. Edward HENTY paid rates in 1875 on a Carapook property valued at -994.
  2. Edward was a teacher.) RICHARDSON or CAMERON, Jean, abt.1820-?, (b.


  1. Eliza was born 2 in 1884.
  2. Eliza was born in England and died on 9 Aug 1963 in Wangaratta, Victoria.
  3. Eliza was born on Oct 21, 1883 and died on Jan 12, 1970 at age 86.

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