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Ovens and Murray

Ovens and Murray
New South Wales

The Ovens and Murray region is the combination of the Ovens region in north eastern Victoria and the Murray region of south eastern New South Wales. Its major centre is Albury-Wodonga. Ovens-Murray is commonly used to refer to sporting bodies and recreational activities associated with the area,[1] such as Australian rules football and swimming.

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  1. ^ "BirdLife Ovens and Murray". BirdLife Australia. BirdLife Australia. Retrieved 6 September 2015. 


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