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Donald Town Centre
Victoria

Donald is a small town with a population of nearly 2,000 in the Mallee region of Victoria. The town is 114 metres above sea level and approximately 280 kilometres north west of Melbourne on the Sunraysia Highway. The town on the Richardson River was surveyed in 1866 and named after the first settler, William Donald.

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