Bung Bong is a township in Victoria between the rural towns of Avoca and Maryborough.
- Area:76.677 km2
- Elevation:263 m
- Local Government Area:Central Goldfields Shire Council
Bung Bong is a township in Victoria between the rural towns of Avoca and Maryborough. The township is divided, with the Western section in the Pyrenees Shire and the Eastern section in Shire of Central Goldfields. The Bet Bet Creek (which separates the two Shires) runs towards the north through the middle of the township and then into the Loddon River. Bung Bong is located on the Pyrenees Highway.
It is reported that the name 'Bung Bong' derives from the aboriginal words for 'swamp' or for 'swamp grass'.Bung Bong is also a region,which has a large range of native flora and fauna,South-East of the township is the Bung Bong Nature Conservation Reserve which is used by bush walkers and bird watchers.
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