Bullengarook is a rural locality 9 km west of Gisborne, on the road from Gisborne to Bacchus Marsh. Immediately to the south there is Mount Bullengarook, the Lerderderg State Park and the headwaters of the Coimadai Creek which supplies a water storage for Bacchus Marsh. It is thought that the name Bullengarook, originally a pastoral station (1841), was formed from Aboriginal expressions describing a lonely place and a big lake.

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