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Casterton Town Centre
Victoria

Casterton is a small country town in Victoria, approximately near the South Australian border. The town is located on the Glenelg Highway, 370 kilometres west of Melbourne, approximately half way between Melbourne and Adelaide.


The town was surveyed in 1840 and is surrounded by green hills and grazing land. Casterton is known as the birthplace of the Australian Kelpie working dog and hosts a working dog festival each June with dog auctions and skill demonstrations.

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