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Camp in the Alpine National Park
Victoria

The view from our campsite, located along Bluff Track, in the Alpine National park in Victoria.

Square Head Jinny is the bluff to the NNE, whilst Mt Eadley Stoney can be seen to the west

Mt Stirling lies at NNW and Mt Buller NW

Mt Lovick is the bush covered peak to the East

The dead snow gum trees are a result of the 2007 bushfires.

Luckily, if the fire is not too hot, snow gums will regrow from the base.

Access to the area is by 4wd only.

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Uploaded: 21/01/2014
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