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Mount Victory Road after 2011 landslide
Grampians National Park

Mount Victory Road just past the Elephants Hide rock formation with views of the Wonderland Range and the Stoney Creek valley. Heavy rainfall in January 2011 caused a landslide at this location which forced a road closure for about 10 months.

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Uploaded: 11/04/2012
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