中文
Select Page

Join Our Community
You May Also Like

Codrington

Codrington is a rural locality on Portland Bay in the south-west of Victoria, Australia, on the Princes Highway between Portland and Port Fairy.

Details

  • Area:62.986 km2
  • Elevation:14 m
  • Population:52
  • Local Government Area:Moyne Shire Council

Description

Codrington is a rural locality on Portland Bay in the south-west of Victoria, Australia, on the Princes Highway between Portland and Port Fairy. It is a sparsely populated area; at the 2016 census the district had a population of 52 persons, living in 15 dwellings.It is the site of Pacific Hydro’s Yambuk Wind Farm and the adjacent Codrington Wind Farm. Codrington is notable for its wind farms and for being the only township in Australia to be named after a bushranger. # History # Weather # Things to do

Location