Korumburra, a rural town in west Gippsland’s Strzelecki Ranges, is 105 km south-east of Melbourne and 33 km south of Warragul. According to Bunce's Language of the Aborigines of the Colony of Victoria (1859), Korumburra is an Aboriginal word meaning maggot, possibly relating to the giant earthworms found in the district. The name was given to the survey parish before the town.


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