Cocoroc 

 

Cocoroc township is a small rural township of Victoria located about 16km north-east of Belgrave. Also 8km away from the Southern Werribee area. Located along the Belgrave-Lakes Entrance highway and a number of secondary roads, Cocoroc township is a small unincorporated rural community with a population of around 100.

The township name is derived from an Indigenous Australian word meaning ‘gully’ or ‘spur of land’. The area was first settled by Europeans in the 1830s and was initially named ‘Korora’ after the local Indigenous Australian word for ‘black swan’. By the late 1860s, the township had grown and was officially renamed as ‘Cocoroc’, after the name of the local Indigenous Australian word for ‘black cockatoo’.

Today, Cocoroc township is home to a number of farms and small businesses and is an ideal place to explore the outdoors. If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all, the Cocoroc River and Cocoroc Creek are great spots for bush walking. There’s also a local golf course, community centre, library and a handful of pubs and restaurants.

Cocoroc is a township in Victoria’s Surf Coast Shire. The township is a collection of farming properties, holiday homes and a small commercial centre. It is located on the southern side of the Bellarine Peninsula, approximately 50km south-east of Bellarine and Geelong.

The township was established in the early 1900s, when the railway came through the area. Much of the township’s infrastructure has been built up through the years. There are two schools, a general store, a ruined church and a golf course.
The township is well-serviced by the local road network and is a popular destination for day-trippers and holiday-makers.

This ghost town is Cocoroc township. The township that’s now a ghost town was established in the early 19th century by settlers from Scotland. The settlers brought with them their skills as weavers and established the Cocoroc Weaving Company. The cocoon-weaving factory was set up in 1844, producing the earliest known examples of the “Scottish plaid” for the clothing trade.

Cocoroc township is located between the towns of Colac and Warrnambool in western Victoria. At the 2011 census, the township had a population of 3,184. Cocoroc is an ideal place to purchase land to build your home. The township is located just minutes from the bustling town of Colac and close to the beautiful beaches of Warrnambool. This makes Cocoroc an ideal place to invest, either as an investor or as a first home buyer.