Rosedale Shire

Rosedale Shire (1871-1994), an area of 2277 sq km, extended from Glengarry (north of Traralgon) to Lake Wellington, the largest of the Gippsland lakes. It also included a narrow foredune peninsula along the Ninety Mile Peninsula extending as far east as Lakes Entrance. The apparently near worthless peninsula became important after the 1950s.

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