Kilmore is a town in country Victoria that is some 60 kilometres from the state capital Melbourne. It has a population of around 5200 residents and the town's Australian postcode is 3764.
Kilmore is Victoria's oldest settled town and has some fascinating historical buildings such as the Kilmore Courthouse for those who like viewing different types of architectural design. Other places of interest include the old post office, the gaol and monument to Hume and Hovell, which are all made of bluestone. Assumption College is based in Kilmore with the school providing many Australian Football League players over the course of the years and one prominent Australian cricketer. Former Hawthorn captain Shane Crawford and cricketer Simon O'Donnell being the most well known.