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Yea (- �jeɪ- YAY) is a town in Victoria, Australia 98 kilometres (61 mi) north-east of Melbourne at the junction of the Goulburn Valley Highway and the Melba Highway, in the Shire of Murrindindi local government area. In an area originally inhabited by the Taungurong people, it was first visited by Europeans of the Hume and Hovell expedition in 1824, and within 15 years most of the land in the area had been taken up by graziers. Surveyed in 1855, the township grew as a service centre for graz...
Wine regions of Victoria (Australia), Wangaratta, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from March 2013, All articles lacking in-text citations, Articles lacking sources from August 2007, All articles lacking sources, Articles with peacock terms from July 2014, All articles with peacock terms, Use dmy dates from September 2014, Use Australian English from September 2014, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases...
 
 
 Uni Hill Factory Outlets is a shopping precinct located in the University Hill area of Bundoora in the outer north eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. Brand Junction is one of nine precincts anticipated by the Janefield Development Plan, which was approved on 20 July 2004 by the City of Whittlesea and contains a mix of residential, commercial, retail and industry intended to be developed over the next 10�12 years by Melbourne property developer MAB Corporation on a 103.8-hectare (256.5-ac...
 
Girls schools in Australia, Boarding schools in Victoria (Australia), Educational institutions established in 1877, Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Schools in Melbourne, Anglican schools in Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, International Baccalaureate schools in Australia, 1877 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, Pages with citations lacking titles, Pages with citations having bare URLs, Articles containing Latin-language text, Coordina...
 HM Prison Fairlea was an Australian female prison located on Yarra Bend Road in the suburb of Fairfield, Victoria, Australia. The first all-female prison in Victoria, it was built on the site of the Yarra Bend Asylum, with remnants of the walls and gates being used in the layout of the prison. In 1982 a deliberately lit fire led to the deaths of three inmates. The rebuilt and expanded prison reopened in 1986. The prison closed in 1996 due to privatisation of sections of the prison system. Fairle...
 

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Girls Sport Victoria, Girls schools in Australia, Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Educational institutions established in 1896, Schools in Melbourne, Nondenominational Christian schools in Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, International Baccalaureate schools in Australia, 1896 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles containing Latin-language text, Coordinates on W... 
 
Yule House is a five-story office building situated at 309-311 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia. It was constructed in 1932 from a design by Melbourne-based architecture firm, Oakley and Parkes. The Yule House was one of Melbourne�s first commercial buildings to exhibit the Streamline Moderne style (a branch of Art Deco) of architecture and began the styles rise in popularity throughout the 1930s. The current Yule House stands as a redesigned fireproof replacement of the original, w...
 
Landmarks in Melbourne, Buildings and structures completed in 1988, Indoor arenas in Australia, Sports venues in Melbourne, Tennis venues in Australia, Music venues in Melbourne, Retractable-roof stadiums, 2006 Commonwealth Games venues, Multi-purpose stadiums in Australia, Professional wrestling venues, Sports venues completed in 1988, Basketball venues in Australia, Boxing venues in Australia, Melbourne United, South East Melbourne Magic, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessda...
 Karen Woodbury Gallery opened in 2004 at 4 Albert Street, Richmond, Victoria, Australia by Gallery Director Karen Woodbury. Karen Woodbury opened the gallery in response to an acute shortage of serious commercial gallery spaces in Melbourne at the time. Since then, Karen Woodbury Gallery has grown and expanded. As the first gallery in Albert Street, Richmond, Karen Woodbury Gallery started a trend and subsequently, four other commercial galleries started operating in the street. These galleries ...
Landmarks in Melbourne, Art schools in Australia, Music schools in Australia, Faculties of the University of Melbourne, Schools of the performing arts in Australia, Educational institutions established in 1972, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from March 2015, Use Australian English from March 2015, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Wikipedia external links cleanup from February 2014, Wikipedia spam cleanup from February 2014, Articles lacking in-text citations from February...

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 Dame Phyllis Frost Centre (formerly the Deer Park Metropolitan Womens Correctional Centre) is a maximum security womens prison located at Deer Park, Victoria, Australia. It was designed by Guymer Bailey Architects Pty. Ltd. and built in 1996 as the first privately designed, financed and operated prison in Victoria. The centre is named after welfare worker and philanthropist Dame Phyllis Frost who was well known for her commitment to unpopular causes, most notably helping women prisoners. It is V...
The Harold Holt Memorial Swimming Centre, is a public swimming pool complex located on the corner of High street & Edgar Street, Glen Iris, Melbourne, Australia. Built in the 1960s by Australian architects Kevin Borland and Daryl Jackson, the Swimming Centre is considered to be a fine example of Brutalist architecture. Originally built as a municipal swimming baths, in 1927, the facilities were renovated in 1967 by Borland and Jackson to accommodate for higher swimming participation numbers. It ...
 
Suburbs of Melbourne, 1956 Summer Olympic venues, Olympic modern pentathlon venues, Olympic shooting venues, Migrant hostels in Australia, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from September 2010, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Use Australian English from January 2013, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Use dmy dates from January 2013, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with specifically marked wease...
Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Educational institutions established in 1923, Schools in Melbourne, Baptist schools in Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, 1923 establishments in Australia, Girls Sport Victoria, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles containing Latin-language text, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with unsourced statements, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2011, Articles with... 
Associated Public Schools of Victoria, Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Anglican schools in Australia, Schools in Melbourne, Member schools of the Headmasters and Headmistresses Conference, Boys schools in Australia, Educational institutions established in 1882, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, High schools in Victoria (Australia), 1882 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead...
 
 
 
Girls Sport Victoria, Girls schools in Australia, Educational institutions established in 1899, Schools in Melbourne, Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Anglican schools in Australia, International Baccalaureate schools in Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, 1899 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles containing Latin-language text, Coordinates on Wikidata, Wikipedia ... 
Girls Sport Victoria, Girls schools in Australia, Educational institutions established in 1926, Schools in Melbourne, Private schools in Victoria (Australia), Nondenominational Christian schools in Australia, Junior School Heads Association of Australia Member Schools, 1926 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles needing additional references from October 2012, All articles needing additional references, Artic... 
 
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Walhalla is a small town in Victoria, Australia, founded as a gold-mining community in early 1863 and at its peak home to around 2,500 residents. Today, the town has a population of fewer than 20 permanent residents, though it has a large proportion of houses owned as holiday properties. It attracts large numbers of tourists and is a major focus of the regional tourism industry. The towns name is taken from an early gold mine in the area, named for the German hall of fame, the Walhalla temple (V...
 
Air shows, Aviation in Australia, Visitor attractions in Geelong, Trade fairs in Australia, Recurring events established in 1988, Biennial events, 1988 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from December 2011, EngvarB from April 2014, Use dmy dates from April 2014, Articles needing additional references from February 2011, All articles needing additional references, Coordinates on Wikidata, All articles with fail...
Westfield Geelong is a shopping centre located in the Geelong CBD in Victoria, Australia which was opened in 1988. It was formerly known as Westfield Bay City before the 2008 redevelopment, and as Bay City Plaza before being acquired by the Westfield Group in 2003. The centre is located on the northern side of Malop Street opposite the Market Square shopping complex (the two of which together make up Geelongs Central Shopping Complex), and is bounded by Moorabool, Yarra, and Gheringhap Streets. ...
Geelong, Cities in Victoria (Australia), Coastal cities in Australia, Port cities in Australia, Wine regions of Victoria (Australia), 1838 establishments in Australia, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from July 2012, Articles with dead external links from August 2010, Articles with dead external links from September 2010, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles with dead external links from October 2012, Use dmy dates...
 The Linton bushfire was a wildfire that burned through private land and state forests near the township of Linton, Victoria, Australia on 2 December 1998. Firefighters from the Victorian state governments Department of Natural Resources and Environment and Country Fire Authority (CFA) were deployed to put out the fire. At approximately 8.45pm, two firefighting appliances and their crews were entrapped and engulfed in fire following an unexpected wind change. The Linton bushfire covered a maximum...
Government buildings completed in 1885, Infrastructure completed in 1885, Forts in Australia, History of Victoria (Australia), Military and war museums in Australia, Museums in Victoria (Australia), Port Phillip, Sandstone buildings in Australia, Bellarine Peninsula, 1860 establishments in Australia, Commonwealth Heritage List, Hidden categories:, Use dmy dates from March 2011, Coordinates on Wikidata, Articles lacking in-text citations from February 2008, All articles lacking in-text citations,...Fort Queenscliff, in Victoria, Australia, dates from 1860 when an open battery was constructed on Shortlands Bluff to defend the entrance to Port Phillip. The Fort, which underwent major redevelopment in the late 1870s and 1880s, became the headquarters for an extensive chain of forts around Port Phillip Heads. Its garrison included volunteer artillery, engineers, infantry and naval militia, and it was manned as a coastal defence installation continuously from 1883 to 1946. The other fortificati...
Kooringal is a suburb of Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia. Kooringal is thought to mean Side of a Hill in the Wiradjuri aboriginal language. Kooringal is located approximately 4 km from the CBD along Lake Albert Road. Kooringal is the basis for growth in the eastern section of Wagga Wagga. Kooringal High School, on Ziegler Avenue is the largest secondary school in Wagga Wagga. The Kooringal area is also home to other schools including Kooringal Public School, Sturt Public School and the S...
Shopping centres in New South Wales, Wagga Wagga, Shopping malls established in 1997, Retail company stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Articles with topics of unclear notability from December 2012, All articles with topics of unclear notability, Articles lacking reliable references from January 2008, All articles lacking reliable references, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikidata, Coordinates...Wagga Wagga Marketplace is a shopping centre located in the regional city of Wagga Wagga in the Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia and is the largest retail shopping centre in the catchment area. The centre is located in Waggas CBD with the main entrance on Baylis Street, with other entrances from Forsyth Street, Morgan Street and the underground carpark. The anchor tenants of the centre are Woolworths, Big W and Australia Post. There are also over 60 specialty stores and an undercove...
Victory Memorial Gardens are located on the banks of the Wollundry Lagoon in the central business district of Wagga Wagga New South Wales, Australia. The 2.02 hectares (5.0 acres) of land were formerly the site of the Old Police Barracks and Police Paddock, where all of the police horses were kept. It became land for public recreation in February 1931. In 1925 the Wagga Wagga Municipality Council planned a tribute to those who fought and died in the First World War. The Council and Returned Sail...
The Hampden Bridge was a heritage-listed^ wooden Allan Truss bridge over the Murrumbidgee River in Wagga Wagga, in New South Wales, Australia. It was officially opened to traffic on 11 November 1895 and named in honour of the NSW Governor Sir Henry Robert Brand, 2nd Viscount Hampden. The bridge carried the Olympic Highway, formerly the Olympic Way, between 1963 until the bridges closure to highway traffic in October 1995, replaced by the Wiradjuri Bridge. The Hampden Bridge was subsequently conv...

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Wagga Wagga, Aerospace museums in Australia, Museums in New South Wales, Air force museums, Military and war museums in Australia, Royal Australian Air Force, 1995 establishments in Australia, Museums established in 1995, Australian military stubs, Australia museum stubs, New South Wales building and structure stubs, Hidden categories:, Pages using citations with accessdate and no URL, Commons category template with no category set, Commons category with page title same as on Wikidata, All stub ...
 
 
The Jail Break Inn Fire was suspected to be started by a cigarette butt near the Jail Break Inn 8 km west of Junee, in the Australian state of New South Wales on New Years Day 2006. The fire was reported around mid-afternoon but quickly spread due to temperatures into the mid to high 40s (°C), low humidity and gusty westerly winds. The fire closed Olympic Highway and the Main Southern Railway line. Seven houses were destroyed, and the Junee Round House was damaged by the fire. The Monte Cristo ...
Talbingo Dam is a major ungated rock fill with clay core embankment dam with concrete chute spillway across the Tumut River upstream of Talbingo in the Snowy Mountains region of New South Wales, Australia. The dams main purpose is for the generation of hydro-power and is the largest of sixteen major dams that comprise the Snowy Mountains Scheme, a vast hydroelectricity and irrigation complex constructed in south-east Australia between 1949 and 1974 and now run by Snowy Hydro. The impounded reser...
 
Tumut Airport- �tju�m�t- (IATA: TUM, ICAO: YTMU) is a small airport in Tumut, New South Wales, Australia. The airport was constructed during the 1960s, replacing an earlier airfield known as Butlers Field on a nearby private property. The airport caters mostly to general aviation and recreational category aircraft, and is located within two hours flying time of both Sydney and Melbourne, half an hour from Canberra and within minutes of Wagga Wagga Airport offering major aircraft maintenanc...
Economic history of Australia, History of Australia since 1945, Engineering projects, Hydroelectric power stations in New South Wales, Murray River, Interbasin transfer, Historic Civil Engineering Landmarks, Snowy Mountains Scheme, Adaminaby, Water management in New South Wales, Hidden categories:, All articles with dead external links, Articles with dead external links from May 2013, CS1 errors: dates, Pages using web citations with no URL, Articles with dead external links from September 2010,...
 
 

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  Euroa is a town in the Shire of Strathbogie in the north-east of Victoria, Australia. At the 2011 census, Euroas population was 3,166.  

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