Bannockburn (disambiguation)

Bannockburn (disambiguation)

For the famous 14th century battle in Scottish history see Battle of Bannockburn.

There are several places called Bannockburn. All are probably named after the original village of Bannockburn in Scotland, and were created by settlers from the Scottish diaspora of the 18th and 19th centuries.

* Bannockburn, Illinois, a city in the USA
* Bannockburn, New Zealand, a township and former goldmine in New Zealand
* Bannockburn, Ontario, a township and goldmine in Canada
* Bannockburn, Queensland in Australia
* Bannockburn, Victoria in Australia
* Bannockburn, a subdivision in southern Austin, Texas
* Bannockburn, Zimbabwe, a small town in Zimbabwe
* Bannockburn, Maryland, a neighborhood of Bethesda, Maryland

See also:
* Bannock Burn, a body of water near Bannockburn, Scotland

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