County of Benambra


Location in Victoria
Established 24 February 1871
Area 7,120 km2 (2,749.0 sq mi)
Lands administrative divisions around Benambra:
Goulburn (NSW) Selwyn (NSW) Selwyn (NSW)
Bogong Benambra Selwyn (NSW)
Dargo Tambo Tambo
View of the land near Benambra

The County of Benambra is one of the 37 counties of Victoria which are part of the cadastral divisions of Australia, used for land titles. It is located between the Mitta Mitta River in the west, and the Murray River to the north and east. The town of Benambra is located near the southern edge. The area of the county roughly corresponds with the Electoral district of Benambra. Corryong is the largest town in the region.


Parishes include:


Coordinates: 36°30′S 147°50′E / 36.500°S 147.833°E / -36.500; 147.833

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