Site of 2011 landslide on Grampians Road
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Panoramic photo by Klaus Mayer EXPERT Taken 03:16, 03/12/2011 - Views loading...


Site of 2011 landslide on Grampians Road

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Grampians Road below Mount Abrupt where torrential rain in January 2011 caused a landslide which closed this road for about 10 months. This panorama was taken shortly after the road was reopened with a wide gash in the bushland giving evidence to the extent of the damage.

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This panorama was taken in Grampians National Park, Victoria

This is an overview of Victoria

Victoria is Australia's second smallest State and covers only 3% of Australia's land area but has the second highest population of all States and Territories.

Victoria's mainland and islands have a total length of 2,512 kilometres coastline which is about 4.2% of Australia's 59,736 kilometres of coastline.

Australia is the driest inhabited continent and Victoria is no exception although the state capital Melbourne has the reputation to have 4 seasons in one day.

Victoria is located in the southeast of mainland Australia and includes the most southern point on mainland Australia at Wilsons Promontory National Park.

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