ⓘ Shire of Ballarat

                                     

ⓘ Shire of Ballarat

The Shire of Ballarat was a local government area immediately to the northwest and west of the regional city of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 481.74 square kilometres, and existed from 1856 until 1994.

                                     
  • amalgamation of the City of Ballaarat, Shire of Ballarat Borough of Sebastopol and parts of the Shire of Bungaree, Shire of Buninyong, Shire of Grenville
  • Ballarat Airport known officially as the Ballarat Aerodrome ICAO: YBLT is located 4 nautical miles 7.4 km 4.6 mi west of Ballarat in the outer suburb
  • Southern Rural Shire intended to exist temporarily until the Local Government Board drew up final council boundaries for the Ballarat region. However
  • the amalgamation of the Shire of Bacchus Marsh, Shire of Ballan and parts of the Shire of Bungaree and City of Werribee. The Shire is governed and administered
  • The Shire of Bungaree was a local government area northeast of the regional city of Ballarat Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 228 square
  • 1994, the Borough of Sebastopol was abolished, and, along with the City of Ballaarat, the Shire of Ballarat and parts of the Shires of Bungaree, Buninyong
  • Friday is a public holiday in the City of Ballarat Hepburn Shire and selected regions in the Golden Plains Shire known as Show Day. The Saturday is known
  • part of the Shire of Bungaree. On 6 May 1994, the City of Ballaarat was abolished, and, along with Borough of Sebastopol, the Shire of Ballarat and parts
  • The Shire of Buninyong was a local government area south and southeast of the regional city of Ballarat Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area
  • The Shire of Grenville was a local government area southwest of the regional city of Ballarat Victoria, Australia. The shire covered an area of 845 square
  • on Pitfield Road Lismore - Scarsdale Road in Golden Plains Shire 144 km north - west of Melbourne, in Victoria, Australia. The Post Office opened on
  • Department of Crown Lands proposed it be named in honour of then governor Rohan Delacombe and the naming was passed by the shire As Ballarat s urban area