New South Wales
Eureka is a city in New South Wales. So far we have accumulated 10 streets in Eureka and on these streets we have added 137 real estate properties.
- Self-governing territories
- New South Wales
Eureka is a small eastern suburb of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia - (AU). At the 2011 census, Eureka had a population of 629. Eureka is bordered by Specimen Creek to the north, Canadian Creek to the south, Queen and Joseph streets to the west and Kline and Stawell Street to the east. It is a small section of land within the larger suburb of Ballarat East. The suburb takes its name from the Eureka Lead the gold mining lead of the Eureka Mining Company and is most notable as the site of the historic event of the Eureka Rebellion and the flag flown by the rebels known as the Eureka Flag both of which have national significance to Australia. The site is marked by several monuments including the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E), which opened in May 2013 and houses the symbolic Eureka Flag, on loan from the Art Gallery of Ballarat.