Buninyong is a small town located an hour and a half from Melbourne, Australia. The town was named after Sir Thomas Buninyong, a prominent Victorian politician and member of parliament. Buninyong is known for its rich history and heritage, as well as its quaint small town atmosphere. There are plenty of activities for tourists and children to do, including visiting the Buninyong Heritage Precinct, which houses the Buninyong Town Hall, the Old Post Office, the Pony Club Stables, and the Buninyong Memorial Library. There’s even a small museum, which houses antique guns, tools, and artifacts.

Buninyong is a heritage town located in the Central Goldfields Shire, 30 km east of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. The town is 12 km west of Ballarat and 4 km north of Creswick. The town was established in 1836, and the gold rushes began in the Buninyong area in the 1840s.

Buninyong is a town in the Wimmera region of Victoria, Australia, located about 17 kilometres (10 mi) west of Horsham, on the Western Highway. The town’s name means “place of the bunyip” in the local Aboriginal language. Buninyong is the centre of a local government area of the same name, about whom, more below.

Buninyong is a small township in Victoria’s Goldfields region, 50 kilometers southeast of Ballarat. Buninyong is centered on a two lane road, although you can still find several historic buildings there.

Buninyong is a town in Victoria, Australia, located 25 kilometres west of Ballarat, with a population of 2,897 at the 2011 Census.The town has three historic pubs, the Bearded Dragon Inn, the Buninyong Hotel, and the Prince’s Arms Hotel. The Buninyong Old Cemetery is a memorial to the soldiers of the 5th Battalion of the Victorian Rifles who died in the First World War, and the graves are marked with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission standard headstone.

Buninyong is a town in Victoria, Australia, about 180 km west of Melbourne. It is in the Shire of Buninyong local government area, and lies on the Pyrenees Highway. Buninyong is near the gold mining town of Ballarat. The town was established in 1854. The township was named by Surveyor-General Glenelg after he came across the name Buninyong on the Buninyong Creek while planning his route from Port Phillip to Sydney. Buninyong Post Office opened on 25 June 1855.

Buninyong is a small town located 40km from the city of Ballarat in Victoria. Buninyong is known for its historic significance and well-preserved gold rush era buildings. While the town is not large, it has a variety of places worth visiting. It is filled with historic homes and buildings and has a vibrant restaurant scene. It also has a number of shops that sell a range of authentic Australian souvenirs.