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Chittering Valley Lookout
Australia

Although not very far from so famous from it's wineries Swan Valley, Chittering Valley is a hidden jewel which will quickly make you fall in love with. It's beautiful hills and tranquility will make you come back to this area again.

Copyright: Tomasz makarewicz
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Geüpload: 30/11/2011
Geüpdatet: 11/08/2014
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Tags: chittering valley; western australia; wa; oz; valley; fruits; agriculture; winery; wineries; wine; hills; bushwalking; bush; hiking; makarewicz
  • John Cousins 9 months ago
    Hi there Tomasz. I fly first person view model aircraft (which is flying radio conrol aircraft through goggles via a live camera in the nose of the aircraft) I stumbled across your picture in Google Earth whilst looking for an interesting flying site. This looks like a beautiful place to go flying with a large landing area. Do you know if this was on private property or public land as i'd like to give it a try? Love your photo taken above Bells Rapids. Stunning!
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