Strathmerton is a rural township district in northern Victoria, 20 km north of Numurkah and extending to the Murray River. It is the junction of railway lines which branch to Cobram and Tocumwal, New South Wales.

The name came from a pastoral run, originally named Ulupna, which was taken up by Benjamin Boyd in 1842. Boyd renamed the run Strathmerton, Strath being Gaelic for a wide river valley and Merton being the Scottish place of residence of his father.

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