Romsey is named after a town in Hampshire, England. Its historic red brick buildings line a spacious main street giving it an English village feel. Surrounding fertile countryside is ideal for cattle and Replica Tag Heuer SLR sheep grazing and other agricultural pursuits such as potato growing. Today Romsey has a high commuter population due to its proximity to Melbourne.

LOCATION and BOUNDARIES

Romsey District is bounded by the localities of Rochford and Lancefield, Grahams Track, Lancefield-Kilmore Road, McGraths Lane, Goldie Mine Road and Old Kilmore-Lancefield Road in the north, Mitchell Shire and Deep Creek in the east, the locality of Clarkefield and Heaths Lane in the south, and Melbourne-Lancefield Road and the localities of Riddells Creek, Cherokee and Hesket in the west.

Between 2001 and 2006, the population increased by 14%. A large proportion of the population is comprised of families with children, and this is reflected in the youthful age profile (one-third aged under 18 years) and larger households (38% with four or more persons). Population is now more than 6,124 (2016 ABS ERP).

Geographical area: 7.5 square kilometres (township only)
Land Area: 31,962 (Hectares)
Population (2016): 6,124

Romsey's Big Tree (details-community spirit in action) 2016

HISTORY:

Romsey began beside Five Mile Creek, named for its distance from the slightly earlier settlement of Lancefield. Romsey is named after a town in Hampshire, England. Its historic red brick buildings along the main street give it an English village feel. In the mid-to-late 1800s the Romsey district was rich farming land and provided food for travellers to the gold fields.

TODAY:
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Nowadays Romsey still retains its Replica Panerai Luminor 1950 GMT 3 Days rural charm. For a small village the community is full of heart and delivers a range of annual activities for locals. The town also has a vibrant retail shopping strip.

POPULATION: more than 6124 (2016 ABS ERP)

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