A small rural town half way between nowhere on the Northern region of Tasmania, often referred to as Derolaine. Populated by locals that are closely related and new comers are never considered locals even after 50 years (probably because they are not related to the other town folk).
Was once a major stop off point when travelling from the North to the South or into the highland lakes area. However, the government finally woke up and built a by-pass highway for the benefits of tourism and embarrassment.

Best to avoid Deloraine after 7.00pm as nothing is open anyway. Employment opportunities are limited to 1 major supermarket, juvenile detention centre or woodcutting.
Husband: We bin vited round to ya cousins for a Deloraine BBQ tonight.
Wife: Which cousin?
Husband: Ya know, the 1 married to ya Dad
by Non-Local October 22, 2011

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