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Werrimull is a small Australian town and locality the state of Victoria and a part of the Sunraysia region. The place by road, is situated about 10 kilometres west of Karawinna and 10 kilometres east of Bambill. It is 79 kilometres (49 mi) kilometres west southwest of Mildura, 13 kilometres south of the Sturt Highway opposite Lake Cullulleraine. At the 2006 census, Werrimull and the surrounding area had a population of 140.
The Millewa was opened up to farming in the 1920s, the Post Office opening on 24 June 1924.  Much of the native Eucalyptus trees were cleared to make way for farming. This has given rise to soil salinity in the area.
Most of the Werrimull area was a Soldier Settlement with blocks of approximately 1 sq mile allocated. This was found to be too small and many were unable to make a living in this region. The population of the Millewa has been in steady decline over many years.
The area of the locality contains a number of previous localities which existed when the population was larger, namely Bambill Sturt Highway with a post office from 1928 until 1951, Yarrara with a post office from 1926 until 1978 and Yarrara North on the Sturt Highway.which had a post office open from 1926 until 1959, Bambill South with a post office from 1928 until 1930, Karawinna with a post office from 1924 until 1970, Karawinna North on the
Werrimull is also a stop over for a small number of tourists that visit the Millewa Pioneer Forest.
Werrimull has an Australian Rules football team competing in the Millewa Football League that was strong in the 1920s and 1970s. Their most recent premiership win was in 2003. Bambill also has a team competing in the same league.