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Corangamite Shire Council

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Local Government
Place:South West Victoria
State/Country:Victoria, Australia
Summary Information:
Corangamite Shire Council is located in South West Victoria and embraces an area of approximately 4,600 square kilometres from the 12 Apostles and Port Campbell in the south to Skipton in the north and the shores of Lake Corangamite in the east to the west of Terang.

The word 'Corangamite' is an Aboriginal word for 'bitter' which the Shire adopted from Lake Corangamite, the shores of which form part of the Shire's eastern boundary. The Council's logo represents an ibis, a common bird in this region, flying over the undulating hills and lakes of the land.

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