The Grampians - 380 million years old and counting.

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Grampians National Park, Victoria


A great shot of the stratum of rocks, which was layered approximately 380 million years ago from giant rivers.

With its diverse flora and fauna, many hiking trails, being one of the richest indigenous rock art sites in SE Australia, and its general beauty, the Grampians is fast becoming an extremely popular tourist destination for both short term visa holders and backpackers here on a work and travel Australia holiday.

A photo of rock formations in the Grampians National Park

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