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Crossing the East Tyers River is a refreshing way to start the day.

Australian Alps Walking Track: 4 Days

Ben Spencer is our guest blogger. Day 1: Walhalla to O’Sheas Mill Site (13km) Much dreaming came to fruition when dad and I tackled the first 45km of the Australian Alps Walking Track (AAWT) over the last Melbourne Cup weekend. We met in the historic town of Walhalla and immediately organised a car shuffle with […]

Summit of Mt Cobberas (1835m)

The Cobberas

Karen and I camped at Native Dog Flat over the Christmas holiday’s. Apparently Melbourne sweltered in the heat while we enjoyed perfect weather (except for some rather amazing storms during the night). We were researching a couple of walks in the area for our forthcoming Daywalks Around Victoria guidebook. The Cobberas are Victoria’s truly last […]

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