Bullengarook is a locality in Victoria, Australia.
- Area:70.352 km2
- Elevation:490 m
- Local Government Area:Macedon Ranges Shire Council
Bullengarookis a locality in Victoria, Australia.The locality is centred on Bacchus Marsh Road, 14 kilometres (9 mi) west of Gisborne and 19 km north of Bacchus Marsh. Bullengarook is in the Shire of Macedon Ranges local government area.At the 2011 Census, Bullengarook and the surrounding area had a population of 603. Mount Bullengarook, the Lerderderg State Park and the headwaters of Coimadai Creek are found to the south of the township.
The local lands were inhabited by the Wurundjeri people.
Earliest records show that Europeans settled in the area in 1850.Industry included slate and gold mining. Bullengarook Post Office opened on 24 February 1868 and the Bullengarook East office opened on 15 April 1880. Bullengarook closed in 1950; in 1972Bullengarook East was renamed Bullengarook, closing in 1976.The local Bullengarook Bellows newspaper is still in production.
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