Marong

Marong is a town in Victoria, Australia. At the 2001 census, Marong had a population of 393. It is 17 kilometres (11 mi) kilometres to the west of Bendigo. Its local government area is the City of Greater Bendigo. The town is at the junction of the Calder Highway (A79) and the Calder Alternate Highway (A790).

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Marong - The Town Today
... in the Loddon Valley Football League known as the Marong Panthers ... Golfers play at the course of the Marong Golf Club on Ravenswood Road ... There is also a primary school, Marong Primary School, and a kindergarten ...
Loddon Valley Football League - 2009 Ladder
179.59% 52 Mitiamo 1140. 149.21% 50 Calivil United 961. 161.50% 48 Marong 1106. 132.10% 44 Bridgewater 1163. 132.6 ...
Frontier High School (New York) - History - Selected Administrators
... Ann Costello Warren Crouse 1996-1997 Gerald Glose Mary Ann Costello Tim Marong Warren Crouse 1997-1998 Mary Ann Costello Tim Marong Anne Edwards 1998-1999 ...
Rural City Of Marong - History
... Marong was first incorporated as a road district on 27 August 1861, and became a shire on 23 December 1864 ... square kilometres (9.00 sq mi) of land 28 kilometres (17 mi) north of Bendigo, was united with Marong ... On 1 October 1990, the Shire of Marong became a Rural City under the Local Government Act 1989 ...
Rural City Of Marong - History - Amalgamation
... Marong, Eaglehawk and Huntly had earlier objected to the proposal, and the Board noted a weak no vote against the merger proposal in a referendum in the region ... had not yet been heard, and on 24 March 1994, the Rural City of Marong successfully applied for an injunction blocking the publication of the gazette the following day abolishing the five ... structure for the Bendigo region." Marong mayor Robert Hynes described the action as "terribly disappointing", adding, "One way or another, I believe it does mean an end to our fight.. ...