County of Aubigny
Location within Queensland
The County of Aubigny is a county (a cadastral division) in Queensland, Australia. Like all counties in Queensland, it is a non-functional administrative unit, that is used mainly for the purpose of registering land titles. The county lies between 151°E and 152°E longitude, and it covers the Toowoomba Region and the Dalby part of the Western Downs Region, The county was named by the Surveyor-General of New South Wales in 1850, possibly to honour the Earl of Arundel who had a long association with the name Aubigny. The area was officially named and bounded by the Governor in Council on 7 March 1901 under the Land Act 1897.
Aubigny is divided into parishes, listed as follows:
|Cecil Plains||Toowoomba||Brookstead, Cecil Plains|
|Maida Hill||Western Downs||Bell|
|St Ruth||Western Downs||St Ruth|
|Toowoomba||Toowoomba||Charlton, Gowrie Jn, Highfields|
- "Aubigny (county) (entry 980)". Queensland Place Names. Queensland Government. Retrieved 31 August 2015.
- Darling Downs District, County of Aubigny Maps - A4 Series at Queensland Archives.
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