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Horsham is the largest population centre in the Wimmera, in Western Victoria (Australia). It sits on relatively flat plains that stretch from the Grampians mountains in the south towards the Mallee to the north. The area was the traditional home of the Wotjobaluk, Jaadwa, Jadawadjali, Wergaia and Jupagalk peoples. The Wimmera River which runs through the town is the largest land-locked river in the world, eventually disappearing into terminal lakes and dunes. In the west of the municipality is Mt Arapiles, a rugged escarpment favoured by the world's rock climbers and the small town of Natimuk. To the south of Horsham are Laharum, Dadswell Bridge and Wartook Valley. Most of the people in the municipality reside in Horsham, and the city and area have a thriving arts culture.