|Population||453 (2016 census)|
|State electorate(s)||Ovens Valley|
Wandiligong is a town in north-eastern Victoria, Australia. The town is located on Morses Creek and in the Alpine Shire local government area, 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of Bright and 330 kilometres (210 mi) north east of the state capital, Melbourne. At the 2016 census, Wandiligong had a population of 453.
Wandiligong was established in the 1850s during the Victorian gold rush and at one stage the town was home to 2,000 people. The town as a whole is now registered with the National Trust of Australia as a historic landscape and is home to buildings with historic value such as the Manchester Unity hall—built in 1874.
The town is home to one of the largest apple orchards in the southern hemisphere.
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