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Canberra - Red Hill Sunset 2
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Sunset as viewed from Red Hill in Canberra, on the way to Davidson Trig (which can be spotted a couple of hundred metres away in the photo).


To catch a sunset from around here arrive at the car park on Red Hill (where the restaurant is) around 15 to 20 minutes before sunset. Then follow the track south on foot. There will be a little climbing and a little downhill and again (or was it the other way around), but it won't be that far.

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