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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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.
Tall montane forested catchments in Victoria's Central Highlands and Central Gippsland, containing the habitats of threatened species including the Leadbeater Possum and Sooty Owl, continue to be logged at an alarming rate.
His career in Australia included being managing director of Education and Training International with the Western Australian Government and chief executive at Karratha College, Central Metropolitan College of Tafe (Technical and Further Education) and Central Gippsland Institute of Tafe.
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