Boolite, Victoria

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Boolite is located in Shire of Yarriambiack
Coordinates36°20′21″S 142°39′23″E / 36.3393012°S 142.6563446°E / -36.3393012; 142.6563446Coordinates: 36°20′21″S 142°39′23″E / 36.3393012°S 142.6563446°E / -36.3393012; 142.6563446
Elevation114[1] m (374 ft)
LGA(s)Shire of Yarriambiack
State electorate(s)Lowan
Federal Division(s)Mallee
Mean max temp Mean min temp Annual rainfall
22.5 °C
73 °F
9 °C
48 °F

Boolite is a small wheat farming town near Warracknabeal in Victoria, Australia.

The town had a hall that was used for dancing, fairs and concerts.[2] There was a local school which had an annual picnic, and flower day. Furthermore, the school was able to raise significant funds for the war effort during the Great War.[3] The town competed for the Emmett trophy in Australian football against other towns in the area.[4] The town also participated in cricket.[5] Today, little of the town remains.


  1. ^ "Boolite climate, averages and extreme weather record - Meat & Livestock Australia".
  2. ^ "07 May 1918 - BOOLITE. - Trove". Trove.
  3. ^ "14 Nov 1916 - Boolite School Picnic. - Trove". Trove.
  4. ^ "01 Sep 1914 - BANGERANG v. BOOLITE. - Trove". Trove.
  5. ^ "12 Nov 1918 - Boolite. - Trove". Trove.