Tabor, Victoria

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For the institution formerly known as Tabor Victoria, see Eastern College Australia.
Tabor is located in Shire of Southern Grampians
Coordinates 37°50′S 142°12′E / 37.833°S 142.200°E / -37.833; 142.200Coordinates: 37°50′S 142°12′E / 37.833°S 142.200°E / -37.833; 142.200
Postcode(s) 3289
LGA(s) Shire of Southern Grampians
State electorate(s) Lowan
Federal Division(s) Wannon

Tabor is a regional locality in Shire of Southern Grampians in the Western District of Victoria, Australia named after Tábor in Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic.[citation needed]

A Lutheran church was built at Tabor in 1861. This building no longer exists, having been replaced in 1884 by a new church of bluestone construction. This was in turn replaced by the current bluestone church building in 1912. The "second" church was turned into a primary school around that time, Victorian School number 84. The school was closed and de-registered in the early 1990s. A Post Office opened around 1905 though known for some time as Croxton East R(ailway)S(tation). It closed in 1952.[1]

A cemetery is located in the grounds of the Tabor church precinct.


  1. ^ Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2008-04-11