Gippsland

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Gippsland

(gĭps`lănd), geographical area, 13,655 sq mi (35,366 sq km), Victoria, SE Australia, E of Melbourne. There are deposits of coal, oil and natural gas (offshore), and limestone. Gold was formerly mined. Dairy and beef cattle are raised, and corn, oats, and sugar beets are grown. The region also supports timber and tourist industries.

Gippsland

a fertile region of SE Australia, in SE Victoria, extending east along the coast from Melbourne to the New South Wales border. Area: 35 200 sq. km (13 600 sq. miles)
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Moreover, the geographical location in central Gippsland is traditionally a conservative electorate.
In addition community education has taken place by selling hundreds of lock the gate protest signs, which are now fixed to the gates of farms all over central Gippsland.
The fields consist of, the non government organization FOE, the national Lock the Gate Alliance and the field of the central Gippsland campaigners to form what Crossley argues is a 'radical habitus'(Crossley 2002).
The project aligns with the Wellington Shire s Community Wellbeing Strategy which has been developed in consultation with the Central Gippsland Health Service and RFDS, Mr Ryan said.
Co-locating the RFDS with Central Gippsland Health will make better use of the space and will create opportunities for the shared use of facilities and training.
While working as Arthur Orton on the Boisdale run in central Gippsland in 1856-7, he read novels provided by the owners.
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