Mount Duneed, Victoria
|Population||623 (2011 census)|
|State electorate(s)||South Barwon|
Much of the locality north of Lower Duneed Road is part of the large Armstrong Creek Growth Area, which was opened up for urban development from 2010. With the gazetting of the suburb Armstrong Creek in February 2012, Mount Duneed's southern boundary between Surf Coast Highway and Horseshoe Bend Road follows the boundary of the Armstrong Creek Urban Growth Area. The area north of Boundary Road, south of the Warrnambool railway line and west of the Surf Coast Highway, formerly part of Grovedale, became part of Mount Duneed.
The Post Office opened on 15 February 1860, but was known as Connewarre for some months then Puelba until 1864. It was renamed Mount Duneed on 1 April 1864. It closed in 1959.
- Arthur Streeton, Australian artist, was born in Mount Duneed on 8 April, 1867.
- Ralph Abercrombie, Auditor-General, was born in Mount Duneed on 19 July 1881 and lived there until 1882. His father was the local school teacher.
- Rupert Vance "Mick" Moon, Victoria Cross recipient lived at "Calder Park", Mount Duneed from 1954 - 1978 and is buried at the Mount Duneed Cemetery.
- Donald Bantock, who was the judge of the first coursing meeting in Australia at Narracoorte, South Australia lived at "Calder Park" in the 1880s.
- Taylor Adams - Was born in Mount Duneed in 1993 until moving to Frankston in 2012 to begin his AFL football career with the Collingwood Football Club.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 October 2012). "Mount Duneed (State Suburb)". 2011 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 2007-10-01.
- "General Gazette Number G8" (PDF). Victoria Government Gazette. Government of Victoria. 23 February 2012. p. 36. Retrieved 4 July 2014.
- Woods, Eleanor (9 August 2011). "Charlemont 3217". Surf Coast Times. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- "Charlemont" (PDF). Department of Energy and Primary Industries. Archived from the original on April 1, 2012. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2008-04-11
- "Geelong Airport closes to unwelcome visitors". The Age. 5 October 2010. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- "Prefabricated Iron Cottage (H1131)". Victorian Heritage Register. Heritage Victoria. Retrieved 2014-03-23.
- Mount Duneed Primary School Centenary 1878-1978
- Victorian Heritage Database - Rupert Vance Moon Memorial Garden report
- Mount Duneed Primary School Centenary 1878 - 1978
- The Elector (Sydney) 14 July 1900
- Geelong Advertiser 27 June 1881
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