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Suburb profile: Yellingbo, VIC 3139

Yellingbo is located 48km east of the Melbourne CBD.

Yellingbo was originally known as "Claxton" (after a storekeeper) and "Parslows Bridge" (after a man who married the daughter of the first storekeeper) before taking the name of the district's last-known Aboriginal inhabitant in the 1940s. The word "Yellingbo" reputedly means "this day" or "today".

On the doorstep of Bunyip State Park and with Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve and Kurth Kiln Regional Park within its boundaries, there is an abundance of natural beauty and plenty of nature walks to be explored.

Most properties in Yellingbo are on acreage, whether pasture for grazing, fields for agriculture or bush areas to enjoy nature. There are a few smaller properties within the township, which includes a general store, hall, fire brigade and recreation reserve a little north of the town.

Great for

  • Clean & Green
  • Country Lovers

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers

Reference: Wikipedia

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