*Wagga - not a good idea for a service subsidised by the State of Victoria.
*Cobram/Tocumwal - can't see it given traffic's so low; of two, former is more likely due to networking issues
*Yarrawonga/Rutherglen - too long, and too short, respectively; no chance
*Stawell/Nhill - unlikely, would only come about as a vote-grabbing exercise (though that would describe all of these)
*Healesville/Leongatha/Koo Wee Rup - dead
*Deniliquin - too far into gringo land
*Hamilton/Portland/Mt Gambier - bonus points for optimism, but rail to these places is too slow
Hard to pick a winner, however I'll go with Horsham, but only when the ALP needs to bolster their Ripon District
vote (Maryborough satisfies that aim for the mean time).
They have no chance of claiming the Lowan District
, but it's far too short to just go to Stawell only, and the full extension to Horsham would help their country vote somewhat overall.
Still, that's the best pick from a pack of losers.