Murtoa - Sleep

Murtoa
Major wheatbelt town in the Wimmera area of western Victoria
Situated around Lake Marma, Murtoa is a small town of some 1000 people on the Wimmera Highway, 31 km north-east of Horsham, 282 km north-west of Melbourne and 140 m above sea-level. A massive grain complex bears witness to the fact that this is very much a wheat town in a wheat district.

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Murtoa - Places to See

Murtoa
Major wheatbelt town in the Wimmera area of western Victoria
Situated around Lake Marma, Murtoa is a small town of some 1000 people on the Wimmera Highway, 31 km north-east of Horsham, 282 km north-west of Melbourne and 140 m above sea-level. A massive grain complex bears witness to the fact that this is very much a wheat town in a wheat district.

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Murtoa - Culture and History

Murtoa
Major wheatbelt town in the Wimmera area of western Victoria
Situated around Lake Marma, Murtoa is a small town of some 1000 people on the Wimmera Highway, 31 km north-east of Horsham, 282 km north-west of Melbourne and 140 m above sea-level. A massive grain complex bears witness to the fact that this is very much a wheat town in a wheat district.

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Moyston - Fast Facts

Moyston
Tiny village in the Grampians
Located 239 km north-west of Melbourne, Moyston is 21 km south-east of Pomonal on the road to Ararat which is 15 km east of Moyston. The first Europeans to traverse the area were the exploratory party of Thomas Mitchell in 1836 who camped near the present-day site of Pomonal before climbing Mt William.

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Moyston - Sleep

Moyston
Tiny village in the Grampians
Located 239 km north-west of Melbourne, Moyston is 21 km south-east of Pomonal on the road to Ararat which is 15 km east of Moyston. The first Europeans to traverse the area were the exploratory party of Thomas Mitchell in 1836 who camped near the present-day site of Pomonal before climbing Mt William.

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Moyston - Places to See

Moyston
Tiny village in the Grampians
Located 239 km north-west of Melbourne, Moyston is 21 km south-east of Pomonal on the road to Ararat which is 15 km east of Moyston. The first Europeans to traverse the area were the exploratory party of Thomas Mitchell in 1836 who camped near the present-day site of Pomonal before climbing Mt William.

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Moyston - Culture and History

Moyston
Tiny village in the Grampians
Located 239 km north-west of Melbourne, Moyston is 21 km south-east of Pomonal on the road to Ararat which is 15 km east of Moyston. The first Europeans to traverse the area were the exploratory party of Thomas Mitchell in 1836 who camped near the present-day site of Pomonal before climbing Mt William.

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Minyip - Fast Facts

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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