Minyip - Eat

Minyip
Small Wimmera town famous for its association with The Flying Doctors TV series
Minyip is a small Wimmera town of some 500 people located in the wheat-growing shire of Dunmunkle, 305 km north-west of Melbourne and 30 km south-east of Warracknabeal. With its distinctive streetscape it became the setting for the TV series 'The Flying Doctors' in 1984. The impact of this now defunct series is still evident on various signs about town, including the one on Main St outside the Senior Citizens' Club which was used as the setting for the Coopers Crossing Flying Doctor Base.

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Minyip - Sleep

Minyip
Small Wimmera town famous for its association with The Flying Doctors TV series
Minyip is a small Wimmera town of some 500 people located in the wheat-growing shire of Dunmunkle, 305 km north-west of Melbourne and 30 km south-east of Warracknabeal. With its distinctive streetscape it became the setting for the TV series 'The Flying Doctors' in 1984. The impact of this now defunct series is still evident on various signs about town, including the one on Main St outside the Senior Citizens' Club which was used as the setting for the Coopers Crossing Flying Doctor Base.

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Minyip - Places to See

Minyip
Small Wimmera town famous for its association with The Flying Doctors TV series
Minyip is a small Wimmera town of some 500 people located in the wheat-growing shire of Dunmunkle, 305 km north-west of Melbourne and 30 km south-east of Warracknabeal. With its distinctive streetscape it became the setting for the TV series 'The Flying Doctors' in 1984. The impact of this now defunct series is still evident on various signs about town, including the one on Main St outside the Senior Citizens' Club which was used as the setting for the Coopers Crossing Flying Doctor Base.

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Stawell - Fast Facts

Stawell (including Dadswell Bridge and Glenorchy)
Substantial town famous for its professional running races.
Stawell is a former goldmining town of some 6700 people located just off the Western Highway, 32 km north-west of Ararat, 235 km north-west of Melbourne and 231 m above sea-level. It is a service centre to the surrounding district and supports a number of industries such as brick-production, goldmining, a substantial and very successful fabric upholstery concern and an abattoir, as well as more traditional grazing and farming.pursuits. With the Grampians close by Stawell has a growing tourism sector (see entry on Halls Gap). Just south of town are the wineries of Great Western.

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Stawell - Culture and History

Stawell (including Dadswell Bridge and Glenorchy)
Substantial town famous for its professional running races.
Stawell is a former goldmining town of some 6700 people located just off the Western Highway, 32 km north-west of Ararat, 235 km north-west of Melbourne and 231 m above sea-level. It is a service centre to the surrounding district and supports a number of industries such as brick-production, goldmining, a substantial and very successful fabric upholstery concern and an abattoir, as well as more traditional grazing and farming.pursuits. With the Grampians close by Stawell has a growing tourism sector (see entry on Halls Gap). Just south of town are the wineries of Great Western.

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Stawell - Places to See

Stawell (including Dadswell Bridge and Glenorchy)
Substantial town famous for its professional running races.
Stawell is a former goldmining town of some 6700 people located just off the Western Highway, 32 km north-west of Ararat, 235 km north-west of Melbourne and 231 m above sea-level. It is a service centre to the surrounding district and supports a number of industries such as brick-production, goldmining, a substantial and very successful fabric upholstery concern and an abattoir, as well as more traditional grazing and farming.pursuits. With the Grampians close by Stawell has a growing tourism sector (see entry on Halls Gap). Just south of town are the wineries of Great Western.

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Stawell - Sleep

Stawell (including Dadswell Bridge and Glenorchy)
Substantial town famous for its professional running races.
Stawell is a former goldmining town of some 6700 people located just off the Western Highway, 32 km north-west of Ararat, 235 km north-west of Melbourne and 231 m above sea-level. It is a service centre to the surrounding district and supports a number of industries such as brick-production, goldmining, a substantial and very successful fabric upholstery concern and an abattoir, as well as more traditional grazing and farming.pursuits. With the Grampians close by Stawell has a growing tourism sector (see entry on Halls Gap). Just south of town are the wineries of Great Western.

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Stawell - Eat

Stawell (including Dadswell Bridge and Glenorchy)
Substantial town famous for its professional running races.
Stawell is a former goldmining town of some 6700 people located just off the Western Highway, 32 km north-west of Ararat, 235 km north-west of Melbourne and 231 m above sea-level. It is a service centre to the surrounding district and supports a number of industries such as brick-production, goldmining, a substantial and very successful fabric upholstery concern and an abattoir, as well as more traditional grazing and farming.pursuits. With the Grampians close by Stawell has a growing tourism sector (see entry on Halls Gap). Just south of town are the wineries of Great Western.

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