ⓘ Shire of Avoca

                                     

ⓘ Shire of Avoca

The Shire of Avoca was a local government area about 180 kilometres northwest of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 1.124 square kilometres, and existed from 1861 until 1994.

                                     
  • of 7, 353. It includes the towns of Avoca Beaufort, Lexton and Trawalla. It was formed in 1994 from the amalgamation of the Shire of Avoca Shire of Lexton
  • and, along with the Shire of Ripon, and parts of the Shire of Avoca was merged into the newly created Shire of Pyrenees. The Shire of Lexton was divided
  • towns in the Pyrenees Shire the other being Beaufort to the south. The town stands in the gently undulating basin of the Avoca River, which rises in
  • shire on 18 December 1863. On 23 September 1994, the Shire was abolished, and merged with Shire of Lexton and most of Shire of Avoca into the Shire of
  • Glenorchy shire of Stawell Landsborough shire of Avoca Lexton, Maryborough, Moyston shire of Ararat St. Arnaud, Stawell, Stuart Mill shire of Kara
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  • most of the Shire of Kara Kara, and parts of the Shires of Ararat, Avoca Donald and Dunmunkle, and the Grampians National Park within the Shire of Wimmera
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  • The Avoca Mail is a newspaper in Avoca Victoria, Australia. It began printing 11 December 1863 at High Street, Avoca under proprietor John Ferrara Pinto
  • abolished, and, along with the City of Stawell, the Town of St Arnaud, and parts of the Shires of Ararat, Avoca Donald, Dunmunkle, Stawell, and the