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Winslow is a locality in western Victoria, Australia. It is in the Shire of Moyne local government area, in what is commonly known as the Western District. Winslow is 17 km north of Warrnambool. It is believed that it was named after Winslow in Buckinghamshire, England.
First European settlement began during the 1850s. Winslow was situated on a edge of the freshwater Lake Cartcarrong. When Lake Cartcarrong is full it covers 22 hectares. It gets stocked with brown trout yearlings. There are 368 people in Winslow 2016 census, this has increased from 298 2011 census
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