ⓘ City of Colac

City of Colac

ⓘ City of Colac

The City of Colac was a local government area about 150 kilometres west-southwest of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia. The city covered an area of 10.88 square kilometres, and existed from 1938 until 1994. Its area was surrounded by the separate and largely rural Shire of Colac.

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  • 2014. Notes and Events The Colac Herald. Trove. 2 December 1902. Retrieved 12 June 2014. Notes and Events The Colac Herald. Trove. 3 March 1903.
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  • sought by the new council. Sue Wilkinson 2017 present was formerly CEO of Colac Shire Council, well - respected for her work particularly during the 2015
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  • the Premiers Plan, and was defeated in the election of that year. He then became a draper at Colac and was readmitted to the Labor Party, contesting Polwarth

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