The estimated population of Bairnsdale urban area was 14, at June The city is a major regional centre of eastern Victoria along with Traralgon and Sale and the commercial centre for the East Gippsland region and the seat of local government for the Shire of East Gippsland. Bairnsdale was first proclaimed a shire on 16 July  and it was proclaimed as a city on 14 July The origin of the city's name is uncertain.
It was possibly Bernisdale, with "Bernis-dale" originating from "Bjorn's dale, or glen", which indicates the Viking origins of the Skye Village. Legend has it that Macleod was so impressed by the large number of children on the run, the children of his stockmen, that he called it Bairns-dale, or "valley of the children". In the Bairnsdale Shire, which went on to Bairnsdale nsw one of the largest in Victoria in the s, was led out of administrative chaos by former shire auditor and shipping agent Herman Bredt.
He had also acted as a mine manager for the nearby Sons of Freedom mine. Prior to this she had worked at the Bairnsdale Hospital. In this period the Main Street was fashioned but was unsealed thereby causing problems of dust in the summer and mud in the winter. Nicholson Street was formed in and MacLeod Street followed in Bairnsdale is sited on a bend of the Mitchell Riverwith the river flowing from the west along the northern edge of the town, before turning south to flow along the eastern edge, although suburbs are now found across the river to both north and east, e.
Wy Yung, Eastwood and Lucknow. The Mitchell, Tambo and Nicholson Bairnsdale nsw deliver a combined discharge of 1.
The lower reaches of the Latrobe RiverThomson River and Mitchell River flow into the Gippsland Lakes and have extensive floodplains in which there are large wetlands, often separated by natural levees from Bairnsdale nsw main river channels.
The Mitchell river flats were always prone to flooding
Bairnsdale nsw bore witness to the flood that was only second in extent to the great floods of The biggest floods recorded were in —94 with them being 76 mm higher than Bairnsdale nsw water levels.
All floods caused the township great suffering with loss of life, infrastructure and crops. The flooding that occurred in the —94 was notable for the gallantry of Patrick Piggott and George Brooks who both worked to rescue people. However, on their last Bairnsdale nsw their boat tipped as they moored it and both men were swept into the river and drowned.
A witness remonstrated that; "…to the very last, they fought bravely for their lives against fearful odds". Both men are remembered upon a marble tablet installed at the Mechanics' Hall The Bairnsdale Library.
The Mitchell Delta is represented as a type-L under the Ramsar wetland type classification framework, which means that it is a permanent inland delta. A colony of Bairnsdale nsw Threatened Grey-headed flying foxes pteropus poliocephalus roosts along the river in poplars adjacent to Riverine St. Their long-distance movement of floral genetic material reduces the in-breeding of trees and help produce strong timber. With a high mortality rate and low reproduction considerable efforts are being devoted to the bats' conservation.
Macleod Morass and Jones Bay Wildlife Reserves cover an area of hectares and hectares, respectively. Macleod Morass formed with and was eventually isolated from Lake King and Jones Bay with the development of the Mitchell River silt jetties. The area contains geological features and sites of state geological and geomorphological significance.
Brownlow's Point are important features providing evidence of once higher sea levels in Bass Strait. Sincewastewater that has been treated to varying levels has been discharged to Macleod Morass, resulting in elevated nutrient levels, reductions in water quality and changes in the distribution and abundance of vegetation.
The reserves contain a range of threatened vegetation types that provide habitat for a diverse array of wildlife including 23 threatened fauna species. Macleod Morass is an important breeding site for Australian white ibis Threskiornis moluccusstraw-necked ibis Threskiornis spinicollis and black-winged stilt Himantopus himantopus. A diverse range of fauna species has been identified near the reserves, including 23 fauna species listed as threatened in Victoria and three nationally vulnerable.
Bairnsdale experiences a temperate climate with warm summers and cool, damp winters. The highest recorded temperature in the town was Some of the earlier buildings in the town are perhaps a memorial to William J.
Yates, who was a prominent architect, builder and monumental mason. St Mary's Roman Catholic Church was well established when a
Bairnsdale nsw church building was opened on 29 April There were about pupils in The architects were A. Fritsch and Harry French.
The new church with
Bairnsdale nsw tower, described by a witness as, "a free treatment of Romanesque style, built of brick with a slate roof". experienced growth in church numbers in the Bairnsdale nsw, many of them frequently recording packed congregations, particularly on special occasions. Hartmann who later lost his life crossing the "Bairnsdale nsw" Mitchell River.
Hindley, under whom a new brick church was built still on "Bairnsdale nsw" corner of Main and Pyke Streets and opened by Bishop Moorhouse on 24 June The rotunda was constructed in and restored to its present condition in In the erection of a at the eastern end of the gardens to the district centenary led to that section being the Centenary Garden.
From under the care of the town's head gardeners, E. Harrison, the gardens had been extended westward with the planting Bairnsdale nsw hardy trees, in particular desert ash and flowering gum. To commemorate those locals who did not return from the Boer War ina "Bairnsdale nsw" was unveiled in the Main Street Gardens on 12 June in the presence of Lord and Lady Forresta number of returned men, school cadets and a large crowd of citizens.
The Bairnsdale cemetery is now located off Forge Creek road opposite the race course. Its original location was situated at punt flat, now the site of the Mitchell Gardens Holiday Park beside the river. A plaque in acknowledgement of the site is located at the south-east corner of the Caravan Park.
As a result of the major flooding in the site experienced erosion and reports were made that remains were washed downstream. As far back as the s the cemetery was frequently criticised for its untidy appearance. It was proposed around this time that the cemetery be removed from the overseer of the council and transferred to the care of the different denominations.
This was not adopted. In control of the cemetery was transferred to a community based Frederick Jones was the earliest of the squatters in the Bairnsdale Shire. Jones had previously a school teacher in Castlereagh StreetSydney.
In the early s Jones joined one of the early pastoralists in the Gippsland area, William Odell Raymond, at Omeo —he was traveling south from the Wellington area where he owned on the Macquarie River across the border in New South Wales.
They arrived at the Mitchell River crossing on 20 June Once in the region Jones decided to take up the area of Lucknow. He named it such, in contrast to the other settlers Frederick Taylor and John M.
Loughnan who had taken up Lindenow—the reason being that Jones had left Sydney a poor man and he felt auspicious about his new life and hence felt his 'luck' was on the ascendancy. In John Archer who was a retired sea-captain was appointed manager of Lucknow Station. Archer had been a master on the Letitia which operated between Sydney and Hobart and, later, traded cattle between Port Albert and Hobart. In Archer married a young girl named Eliza and brought her to Gippsland, settling at Lucknow in Eliza died in childbirth and her grave can still be seen to this day by the roadside in Crooke East Bairnsdale.
The inscription on the headstone reads 'Sown in weakness, to be raised in power'. Educational facilities in Bairnsdale include two high schools. The government funded Bairnsdale Secondary Collegewith approximately 1, students, was formed in as a merger of two separate high schools: Nagle Collegewhich has about 1, students, was founded in by the Presentation Sisters holds to a Catholic tradition.
Bairnsdale established a reputation as a marketing and centre for the large rural area of East Gippsland and this has been helped by the development of excellent road systems, a good railway service and to some extent steamer and air services.
The brick Bairnsdale railway station opened in with other platforms and railway infrastructure being completed at the same time. Shipping services from Bairnsdale to metropolitan areas linked with the railway so local primary producers could send their goods off to the markets in the major centre of Melbourne.
As a consequence of the more frequent use of rail and the advent of refrigerated carts in which allowed dairy farmers and fishermen to appropriately transport their produce, the last coach service between Sale and Bairnsdale nsw ran in The contemporary rail transport system is still facilitated by the major railway station in Bairnsdale railway station which is the terminus of the Bairnsdale railway line.
Performance figures for for services to Bairnsdale long-distance service ran at In comparison with figures from May to Decemberthe average reliability and punctuality are both down just 0. Currently, Bairnsdale Cabs provides a local taxi service around the city. One of the major recreational transport infrastructure systems in the city is the East Gippsland Rail Trail which begins in at the entrance to East Bairnsdale adjacent to Howitt Park.
The track consists of asphalt that extends to Nicholson where it then becomes a track made from hard base gravel that forms a solid surface. Almost kilometres 62 miles in length, the multi-use trail permits running, walking, cycling and horse-riding as it follows the alignment of Bairnsdale nsw former railway line to Orbost. The Bairnsdale section Bairnsdale nsw the track is relatively straight, long and flat and takes users over two small bridges and crosses Phillips Lane and Morrisson Road before it intersects with the Princes Highway, which was given that name in when the Country Roads Board assumed control of the whole length of highway between Melbourne and Eden.
In this time, the aerodrome which is located on Bengworden Road was "Bairnsdale nsw" as an extension to the nearby East Sale R. Base and was home to 3, men. The main purpose of the facility was for reconnaissance missions and navigational training over Bass Strait and the Tasman Sea.
Earlier back in a suitable Bairnsdale nsw for the aerodrome was required, with the racecourse suggested but deemed unsuitable. In submissions were made to the Civil Aviation Department to select a site. In mid the boundaries of the Aerodrome were established and buildings were erected. By the buildings were sold, dismantled and transported to the Woomera Project in South Australia. The Commonwealth Government gave high priority to developing new coastal airbases at Mallacoota and Bairnsdale to assist in protecting shipping lanes in Bass Strait.
The base became fully operational in May with the arrival of the No. At the same time the new Bristol Beaufort bombers were moved to Bairnsdale in June There were 53 crashes Bairnsdale nsw aircraft being lost at sea and 71 airmen killed and others injured.
Adding to this were 12 Hudson crews and ground staff dispatched during December to assist in New Guinea by dropping supplies to ground troops in the Buna area.
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