Amphitheatre is a small town in Victoria, Australia.
- Area:152.469 km2
- Elevation:280 m
- Local Government Area:Pyrenees Shire Council
Amphitheatre is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is located on the Pyrenees Highway in the Pyrenees Shire, south-west of Avoca. At the 2016 census, Amphitheatre and the surrounding area had a population of 248.The Avoca River rises near the town, at the foot of Mount Lonarch. Gold was discovered in the area in 1853, and a settlement was established at Amphitheatre as a result. By 1857, the Cobb and Co Telegraph Line of stage coaches passed through Amphitheatre on the Maryborough to Ararat line.A post office opened on 22 June 1859.The Avoca-Ararat railway, which opened in 1890, included a station at Amphitheatre. The station was closed, along with the line, in 1959. Although the line was eventually reopened, the station was not.Amphitheatre has a primary school.
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