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Victoria's Golden Triangle - Part 1

Arrived home from a six week trip to North Central Victoria two days ago, cut a few days short by an expected deluge.

We spent two weeks camping by ourselves in granite country with a pure spring for drinking water just a few paces away.

The birdlife & wildflowers were fantastic, particularly the many different species of wattle in full bloom. 

Here are just a few of the hundreds of images that we took.

Always nice to get away, great to be home safely.

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Stackhousia (candles).

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Lily species.

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Nesting Long-billed Corella.

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Male Mistletoebird.

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Painted Honeyeater.

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Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike.

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Young Easter Yellow Robin.

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Young Red Wattlebird.

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Nesting Musk Lorikeet.





Nature, the cathedral of awe.



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Very nice photos.


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Nice Pics!


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