Vaughan, Victoria
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Vaughan, Victoria

Vaughan river, Vaughan Victoria Australia.jpg
Loddon River
Vaughan is located in Shire of Mount Alexander
Coordinates37°09?S 144°13?E / 37.150°S 144.217°E / -37.150; 144.217Coordinates: 37°09?S 144°13?E / 37.150°S 144.217°E / -37.150; 144.217
Population64 (2016 census)[1]
LGA(s)Shire of Mount Alexander
State electorate(s)Bendigo West
Federal Division(s)Bendigo

Vaughan, is a small village in the Shire of Mount Alexander in the state of Victoria, Australia south of Castlemaine and east of Guildford.

Vaughan is situated at the confluence of Fryer's Creek and the Loddon River which has the Lawson spring, a drinkable mineral water spring. The population of Vaughan at the 2016 Census was 64.[2]

Vaughan Post Office first opened on 15 March 1859 and closed in 1922. It opened again in 1947 and closed in 1968.[3] The nearest post office is now at Guildford.

The nearest business is the Guildford general store, and the Guildford Hotel.



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  2. ^ "2016 Census QuickStats: Vaughan". Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ Premier Postal History, Post Office List, retrieved 2008

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