Kerang is a rural town on the Loddon River in northern Victoria in Australia. It is the commercial centre to an irrigation district based on livestock, horticulture, lucerne and grain. It is located 279 kilometres north-west of Melbourne on the Murray Valley Highway a few kilometres north of its intersection with the Loddon Valley Highway, elevation 78 metres. At the 2016 census, Kerang had a population of 3,893. Kerang is believed to be an Aboriginal word for Cockatoo. It is home to the largest solar and battery farm in the country which was opened in June 2019. The 50-megawatt battery system is located outside of Kerang and stores 100 per cent renewable energy. The 2,000 solar panels have become a tourist attraction and are drawing many businesses to the town.

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Around Kerang VIC 3579

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Kerang Museum

Kerang Caravan and Tourist Park

Kerang Golf Club

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Kerang Valley Resort

Ibis Caravan Park and Kerang Cabins

Kerang Motel

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Bartts Restaurant

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Location Information 

  • Elevation: 78 m
  • Population: 3893
  • State electorate(s): Murray Plains
  • Federal Division(s): Mallee
  • Population information is based on 2016 Census data.