Dhurringile is a rural locality in northern Victoria, 10 km north of Murchison and about the same distance east of the Waranga Basin reservoir. Dhurringile was the name of a 65 room mansion built in 1875 by James Winter. It is thought that the name is an Aboriginal word meaning emu’s back, which the hill on which the mansion is built is said to resemble. The Winters were the second largest landholders in Victoria in the 1870s.

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