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Howqua Valley and Shire, part of the spectacular Victorian High Country.
Named after the Howqua River,
the site of a goldfield (1866) and
a small mining village of the same name, Howqua Shire is a locality on
the edge of Lake Eildon, near the lake junction and Howqua River. In
1894, the shire grew, absorbing Woods Point borough. The shire was then
amalgamated with Mansfield Shire in 1919, acquiring A.1. Mining
Settlement, Ten Mile, Knockwood and Matlock.
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