Archive | July, 2010
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Grampians Peaks Trail

Parks Victoria has moved to start work on the much anticipated long-distance walking trail traversing the length of the Grampians National Park. This project has been a long time coming and one of which has been of particular interest to myself and to a number of other Victorian bushwalkers who have talked about just such […]

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Kakadu NP (NT)

On our last day in Kakadu National Park Karen and I joined a cruise across Yellow Water, one of the parks most scenic locations. I shot this image of a flock of magpie geese as the sun was just rising. Despite my reservations this enjoyable few hours was one of the highlights of our visit. […]

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Cockburn Range (WA)

Few people have heard of the Cockburn Range but it is fast becoming one of the focus points of Western Australia’s Kimberley region. This incredible escarpment region stretches for about 50km and lies trapped between the Pentecost and King Rivers (both filled to the brim with saltwater crocodiles) only an hours drive from Kununurra. The […]

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Windjana Gorge NP (WA)

Last week Karen and I dropped into Windjana Gorge National Park. We put up our tent in the nearby campground and then set off on a 9km return walk through the gorge. I’ve got to say, I wasn’t prepared for what we found. The gorge is carved through a 100m-high limestone ridge which forms the […]

Walk 4 (Painkalac Dam)

According to Parks Victoria: Closures due to upgrade of Painkalac Reservoir Spillway No access to Painkalac Reservoir until late 2010. Walking track from Distillery Creek Picnic Ground to Painkalac Reservoir closed until late 2010. Walking track leading from Moggs Creek Picnic Ground to Gentle Annie Track remains open. Walking track through reservoir from Distillery Creek […]

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