ⓘ Shire of Heytesbury

                                     

ⓘ Shire of Heytesbury

The Shire of Heytesbury was a local government area about 200 kilometres west-southwest of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 1.558.39 square kilometres, and existed from 1895 until 1994.

                                     
  • amalgamation of the Town of Camperdown, Shire of Hampden, Shire of Heytesbury and parts of the Shire of Otway, Shire of Mortlake and Shire of Warrnambool
  • Australia Shire of Heytesbury former local government area, Victoria, Australia Heytesbury Settlement Scheme, Victoria, Australia William of Heytesbury c.
  • parts of its East and West Wards, to create the Shire of Heytesbury On 9 September 1952, the Borough of Camperdown severed from its East Riding. Its boundary
  • town of Simpson to Heytesbury On 23 September 1994, the Shire was abolished, and merged with City and most of the Shire of Colac and parts of the Shires
  • 1994 from the amalgamation of the City of Colac, Shire of Colac, Shire of Otway and part of the Shire of Heytesbury The Shire is governed and administered
  • with the City of Colac, the Shire of Otway, and parts of the Shires of Heytesbury and Winchelsea, was merged into the newly created Shire of Colac Otway
  • rank of flying officer, and served in India and South East Asia. He became a grazier at Port Campbell after the war. He was a Shire of Heytesbury councillor
  • cleared. The amount of the Heytesbury Settlement developed to pasture was 43, 000 hectares 110, 000 acres The Heytesbury Shire established a committee
  • The Heytesbury Settlement Scheme was a soldier settlement scheme established in the Western District of Victoria, Australia after World War II. The scheme
  • September 1994, the Town of Camperdown was abolished, and, along with the Shire of Hampden and parts of the Shires of Colac, Heytesbury and Mortlake and the