Shop, no longer operating; a wall with post office boxes is in the foreground with the post box and public phone
|LGA(s)||Rural City of Benalla|
|Federal Division(s)||Indi, Murray|
Baddaginnie (Sinhala: බඩගිනී) is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is located on the Albury-Wodonga railway line, in the Rural City of Benalla, 12 kilometres south-west of Benalla itself on the old Hume Highway. It is situated in mainly flat unforested country, one kilometre west of Baddaginnie Creek. At the 2006 census, Baddaginnie and the surrounding area had a population of 460.
The town was surveyed in 1857, named after the nearby Baddaginnie Creek, but settlement was slow, a Post Office finally opening on 16 September 1879.
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