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Tolmie is a small rural town in north-eastern Victoria, Australia. It is located 22 kilometres (14 mi) north-east of Mansfield in the Victorian high country. At the 2011 census, Tolmie had a population of 547.The Post Office opened on 1 February 1877 as Wombat, was renamed Tolmie in 1879, and closed in 1971 .The town is named after Ewen Tolmie who was born in Scotland in 1816 and died at his homestead, Dueran, in 1883. The town has a few amenities such as the Tolmie Tavern and Hotel, which serves food and drinks as well as providing lodgings for visitors. There used to be a general store and petrol station, but it has closed. The region surrounding the town is heavily forested, and much of it was devastated during the bushfires in 2006/07.
Each year the town holds an annual community event in February, known as Tolmie Sports. The day includes foot races and novelty events, a dog jump, woodchopping and horse events, as well as raffles, many displays and an evening bush dance.
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