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English: Moliagul is a small township in Victoria, Australia, 202 kilometres northwest of Melbourne (60 kilometres west of Bendigo). The town's name is believed to be a derivation of the aboriginal word "moliagulk", meaning "wooded hill". The area is notable for the discovery of a number of gold nuggets. These finds include the world's largest, the Welcome Stranger, which was discovered in 1869 by John Deason and Richard Oates. (→Moliagul, Victoria)
town in Victoria, Australia
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LocationVictoria, Shire of Loddon, Shire of Central Goldfields, Ripon, Bendigo, Murray, Wannon, Australia
  • 88 (9 August 2016)
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36° 45′ 00″ S, 143° 40′ 12″ E

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Moliagul (en); Moliagul (fr); מוליאגול (he); Moliagul, Victoria (nl) town in Victoria, Australia (en); localité australienne (fr); עיירה באוסטרליה (he); stad in Australië (nl) Moliagul, Victoria, Moliagul, Victoria, Australia (en)


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