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About The Bacchus Marsh Business Directory
We have started the new Bacchus Marsh Business Guide – the first online advertising portal purely for Bacchus Marsh businesses. Our new website guide means that people from Bacchus Marsh as well as visitors and tourists can search Google and find local Bacchus Marsh businesses in our new online guide.
Interested in visiting The Marsh?
Bacchus Marsh, or “The Marsh” as known by locals, is a beautiful town situated approximately 50 kilometres west of Melbourne, Victoria. Once a small town primarily devoted to the growing of fruits and vegetables, Bacchus Marsh is now part of Metropolitan Melbourne having been designated a Significant Urban Area in 2011.
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