Beulah c. 1900. Farmer's fill water tanks from council dam.
|Population||207 (2011 census)|
|Elevation||100 m (328 ft)|
|LGA(s)||Shire of Yarriambiack|
Beulah is a town in the southern Mallee region of Victoria, Australia. The town is in the Shire of Yarriambiack local government area, 395 kilometres north-west of the state capital, Melbourne. At the 2011 census, Beulah had a population of 207.
Beulah was established on land that was once part of Brim station. Closer settlement began in the 1880s and the town site was proclaimed in 1891. A Post Office opened on May 6, 1891  and the railway from Warracknabeal opened on 5 January 1893. The line to Hopetoun opened on 6 March 1894. The town claims to be the closest to the rabbit-proof fence, established to prevent the incursion of rabbit plagues.
The town today
Beulah had a successful local football club from 1891 to 2014, before merging with bitter rivals Hopetoun. Now Beulah-Hopetoun Football Netball Club, known as the Southern Mallee Giants, has football and netball teams competing in the Mallee Football League.
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