Birregurra is a town in Victoria, Australia approximately 130 kilometers (81 mi) south-west of Melbourne. The town is divided between the Shire of Colac Otway and the Surf Coast Shire. At the 2016 census, Birregurra had a population of 828.
Birregurra is an Aboriginal word thought to mean ‘kangaroo camp'. 
A Post Office opened in the area on 1 October 1858 and was renamed Mount Gellibrand in 1894, a few days before another office nearby was opened as Birregurra.
The railway through the town was opened in 1877, as part of the line to the southwest of the state. A branch line to Forrest left the mainline here, opened in 1891 and closed in 1957. The local railway station is served by V/Line passenger services on the Warrnambool line.
Golfers play at the Birregurra Golf Club on Hopkins Street.
The town has a Primary School which has approximately 85 students and is located on Beal Street.
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