Maindample

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Maindample
Victoria
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The Bridge Inn Hotel, burnt down in 2010
Maindample is located in Shire of Mansfield
Maindample
Maindample
Coordinates 37°02′0″S 145°56′0″E / 37.03333°S 145.93333°E / -37.03333; 145.93333Coordinates: 37°02′0″S 145°56′0″E / 37.03333°S 145.93333°E / -37.03333; 145.93333
Postcode(s) 3723
Location
LGA(s) Shire of Mansfield
State electorate(s) Eildon
Federal Division(s) Indi

Maindample is a town in north east Victoria (Australia). The town is located in the Mansfield Shire local government area, 174 kilometres (108 mi) north east of the state capital Melbourne. South, just outside the town are twin hills known as The Paps.

The Bridge Inn Hotel, a popular stop over for travellers to the Victorian ski fields, burned down in 2010.[1]

See also[edit]

View to N/E from The Paps

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Maindample pub destroyed by fire". Weekly Times. 28 July 2010. Retrieved 17 August 2010. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Hutchinson, Shiela (2008). Maindample district : the early days -- beginning in the 1860s / researched and compiled by Sheila Hutchinson. Maindample: S. Hutchinson.