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Town Hall
Victoria

Ballarat with a population of approximately 85,000 is Victoria's largest inland city 100 kilometres northwest of Melbourne. A gold rush in the 1850's transformed the town into a major city in the goldfields region of Victoria with many heritage listed buildings.

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