List of people from Ballarat

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This is a list of people from Ballarat. Those included are notable past or present inhabitants originating from, or associated with, the Australian regional city of Ballarat, Victoria.

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  • Bryce Ives, theatre maker, commentator, media producer, former Ballarat Young Person of the Year, Director of the Federation University Arts Academy and Gippsland Centre of Art & Design

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  • James Oddie, (1824-1911), Ballarat pioneer, Responsible for the founding of; the Ballarat Fine At gallery and many of the works exhibited within, also principal founder of the Ballarat botanical gardens, first chairman of the Ballarat Municipal Council in 1856-58. built and equipped the Mount Pleasant Observatory. erected the Peter Lalor statue at the cost of £2200 in the main street of Ballarat. are amongst some of his achievements.
  • Alfred Arthur O'Connor, miner and politician[citation needed]

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