The Mallee is an ill-defined region of the Australian state of Victoria. The region covers the most northwesterly district in the state bounded by the South Australian and New South Wales borders, inclusive of the Murray River.
Definitions of the district vary; however, all are based on the Victorian distribution of mallee eucalypts. These trees dominate the surviving vegetation through most of the Mallee. At the 2011 census, the Mallee had a combined population of 81,544, in an area of some 40,183 square kilometres (15,515 sq mi).
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