Swan Hill

Swan Hill is a city in the northwest of Victoria, Australia. It is located on the Murray Valley Highway, on the south bank of the Murray River, downstream from the junction of the Loddon River. At the 2006 census, Swan Hill had a population of 9,684.

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Borung Highway - Major Intersections and Towns
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Swan Hill, Victoria - Residents
... Author James Aldridge was born in Swan Hill ... He described Swan Hill during the Great Depression of the 1930s in his series of "St Helens" books ...
Members Of The Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1967–1970
... Bill Borthwick Liberal Monbulk 1960–1982 Henry Broad Country Swan Hill 1968–1973 Ray Buckley Country Lowan 1967–1970 Hon Sir Vernon Christie Liberal Ivanhoe 1955–1973 Arthur Clarey Labor Melbourne 1955 ...
Shire Of Swan Hill
... The Shire of Swan Hill was a local government area in northwestern Victoria, Australia, along the Murray River ... From 1939 onwards, Swan Hill itself was managed by a separate entity, ultimately known as the City of Swan Hill ... by the Victorian Government in 1994–1995, they were reunited under the Rural City of Swan Hill ...
Stan Reid - Early Life
... He was born in Swan Hill, Victoria on 12 July 1872, and was one of their five sons and two daughters ... on the Hampshire, and moved straight to Swan Hill, Victoria where Rev ... He was ordained as soon as Swan Hill's first Presbyterian Church, The John Knox Church, was completed in December 1872 ...

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