Bulla is a small town immediately northwest of Melbourne Airport and 30 km north-west of Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia, along Sunbury Road. Its Local Government Area is the City of Hume. At the 2006 Census, Bulla had a population of 398.
The town is situated in a valley along Deep Creek, a tributary of Maribyrnong River.
At the time it was the largest town in the region, but competition from Sunbury limited the growth of the town. In 1956, the Bulla Shire Council (now part of the City of Hume following amalgamation in 1994) moved to Sunbury, and in 1996, the Kennett Liberal government closed the primary school.
In 1910, the Bulla Cream Company took up dairy farming in the area, transporting the cream by horse and cart to their processing facility at Moonee Ponds in suburban Melbourne.
The ABS reported in 2001 that 12% of the town's residents are of Italian descent, and a Calabria Club is located on Uniting Lane.
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