Bad sign: Warragul gets the Melbourne treatment
 Baw Baw News  

By // 16:04, Thursday 7 March 2013

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[News short] AN ELECTRONIC sign on the Princes Freeway advising motorists of Queen Street’s closure has got the spelling of Warragul wrong. Twice.

On Tuesday one message on the sign said “Warrigal”, the name of a road in Melbourne, is accessible via the next freeway exit.

Another message said “Queen St Warrigal [is] closed”.


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Near the temporary sign is a permanent exit sign with the correct spelling of the name.

Written with thanks to Marcus for pointing this out.

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4 responses to “Bad sign: Warragul gets the Melbourne treatment”

  1. Each says:

    I’m not surprised they proberbly believe milk comes from cartons too!!

  2. Ben says:

    I suspect the could not fit the correct spelling on the sign. It was either WARRIGAL or WAR’GUL…

  3. Hymie says:

    It’s spelt Warragul on the sign now.

  4. Drew says:

    @each and Yogurt grows on trees.