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Avenel is a small town in Victoria, Australia. It is in the Shire of Strathbogie local government area. The town was established along the old Hume Highway and the
highway now bypasses the outskirts of the town. The Post Office opened on 2 June 1858. It is frequently stated as having been named for a village in Gloucestershire
by Henry Kent Hughes. The name "Avenel" also appears in Sir Walter Scott's Tales from Benedictine Sources: The Monastery (1820) and The Abbot (1820) as the
name of a castle and family. Hughes settled there in 1838, laid out the future town, and named the Hughes Creek, which flows through it. Avenel was the hometown
of Ned Kelly in his younger years, where he saved a boy from drowning in the local Hughes Creek. His brother and father are buried in the Avenel cemetery. Ned Kelly
and his family went to school here in Avenel and then later left. The town is home to many organisations including sporting clubs such as the Avenel Football Club
competing in the Kyabram District Football League, Avenel Netball Club, Avenel Tennis Club, Avenel Cricket Club and the Avenel Bowling Club. Golfers play at the
Avenel Golf Club on Bank Street.

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