County of Croajingolong

Croajingolong
Victoria
Croajingolong Victoria.png
Location in Victoria
Established: 24 February 1871
Area: 8830 km²
Lands administrative divisions around Croajingolong
Tambo Wellesley (NSW) Auckland (NSW)
Tambo Croajingolong Tasman Sea
Bass Strait Bass Strait Bass Strait

The County of Croajingolong is one of the 37 counties of Victoria which are part of the cadastral divisions of Australia, used for land titles. It is the most easterly county, and includes the Croajingolong National Park. Its western boundary is the Snowy River. The county was proclaimed in 1871 together with others from the Gipps Land District. Some time earlier maps showed proposed counties of Howe and Combermere occupying the area of Croajingolong.

Parishes

Parishes include:

  • Baawang, Victoria
  • Barga, Victoria
  • Bemm, Victoria
  • Bendock, Victoria
  • Betka, Victoria
  • Bidwell, Victoria
  • Bonang, Victoria
  • Bondi, Victoria
  • Boorpuk, Victoria
  • Bralak, Victoria
  • Brindat, Victoria
  • Bullamalk, Victoria
  • Bungywarr, Victoria
  • Cabanandra, Victoria
  • Cobon, Victoria
  • Combienbar, Victoria
  • Cooaggalah, Victoria
  • Coopracambra, Victoria
  • Curlip, Victoria
  • Deddick, Victoria
  • Dellicknora, Victoria
  • Derndang, Victoria
  • Errinundra, Victoria
  • Gabo, Victoria
  • Goolengook, Victoria
  • Goongerah, Victoria
  • Jilwain, Victoria
  • Jingallala, Victoria
  • Jirrah, Victoria
  • Karlo, Victoria
  • Kirkenong, Victoria
  • Koola, Victoria
  • Kooragan, Victoria
  • Kowat, Victoria
  • Kuark, Victoria
  • Loomat, Victoria
  • Loongelaat, Victoria
  • Mallacoota, Victoria
  • Maramingo, Victoria
  • Moonkan, Victoria
  • Murrungowar, Victoria
  • Nerran, Victoria
  • Noonga, Victoria
  • Noorinbee, Victoria
  • Nungal, Victoria
  • Orbost, Victoria
  • Orbost East, Victoria
  • Pinnak, Victoria
  • Purgagoolah, Victoria
  • Tabbara, Victoria
  • Tamboon, Victoria
  • Thurra, Victoria
  • Tingaringy, Victoria
  • Tonghi, Victoria
  • Toonyarak, Victoria
  • Tubbut, Victoria
  • Wangarabell, Victoria
  • Wat Wat, Victoria
  • Wau Wauka, Victoria
  • Wau Wauka West, Victoria
  • Weeragua, Victoria
  • Wibenduck, Victoria
  • Wingan, Victoria
  • Winyar, Victoria
  • Wooyoot, Victoria
  • Wurrin, Victoria
  • Wyangil, Victoria
  • Yalmy, Victoria
  • Yarak, Victoria

References


Coordinates: 37°30′S 149°00′E / 37.5°S 149°E / -37.5; 149


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