At a glance

Alive with opportunity

Boasting substantial areas of national park and renewed indigenous vegetation, Hindmarsh Shire is alive with flora and fauna, not to mention opportunities for your family to grow.

Almost two-thirds of all businesses in the area are related to agriculture, primarily grain and sheep production, and more recently oilseeds and legumes. Of course, right across the historic towns of Dimboola, Nhill, Rainbow and Jeparit, farming and associated enterprises are fully complemented by a flourishing suite of employment opportunities in trades, retail, health, education and professional services.

From lakes to museums, jazz festivals to eco-tourism, Hindmarsh Shire is one of western Victoria’s best kept secrets—one you’ll want to be in on.

If you'd like to find out more, get in touch with the Hindmarsh Shire Council.
03 5391 4444
Email (external link)
hindmarsh.vic.gov.au/ (external link)

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