Rosebery is a rural locality on the Henty Highway and the railway line to Hopetoun, north-west Victoria. It is about midway between Hopetoun and Beulah, Beulah being 11 km away. It was named after the Earl of Rosebery, who toured eastern Australia in 1883-84 and was Britain’s Prime Minister in 1894.

There was minor closer settlement in the Rosebery district during the 1870s, and a hotel dated from that period. A school was opened in 1887 and the railway was extended through Rosebery in 1894. Rosebery’s wheat lands thus gained improved access to markets. The village developed with a general store, blacksmith, Presbyterian church, public hall and a hotel

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