Kilmany, Victoria

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Kilmany
Victoria
Kilmany is located in Shire of Wellington
Kilmany
Kilmany
Coordinates 38°06′S 146°53′E / 38.100°S 146.883°E / -38.100; 146.883Coordinates: 38°06′S 146°53′E / 38.100°S 146.883°E / -38.100; 146.883
Postcode(s) 3851
Location
LGA(s) Shire of Wellington
Localities around Kilmany:
Denison Nambrok Fulham
Rosedale Kilmany Sale
Holey Plains Pearsondale

Kilmany is a small farming town in eastern Victoria, Australia. Kilmany is known for farming and agriculture. Melbourne is located 175 km west of Kilmany, and Sale is located 14 km east of Kilmany.

Nambrok South Post Office opened on 13 January 1913, was renamed Kilmany on 12 May 1913 and closed in 1973.[1]

Kilmany Centenary[edit]

On 12 March 2011 Kilmany celebrated 100 years of settlement by having a centenary at the Kilmany hall. Around 600 people turned up. There was a group photo, cake, legend cricket match, lots of displays (Tractors, Old cars, pictures & videos, etc.) and more. It was a great day for the locals. [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Premier Postal History. "Post Office List". Premier Postal Auctions. Retrieved 2011-05-26. 
  2. ^ Kilmany Centenary Werbsite (www.kilmany.com.au)

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