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march-fixer: Track 2211 in area near Australia ()
Wilsons Promontory
Length: 3.7km, Creator time taken: 1h16m, Ascent: 55m,
Descent: 50m

Places: Start at Lon 146.317, Lat -39.0298, end at Lon 146.321, Lat -39.0307 360m E from Start
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This huge national park is one of the state of Victoria's most popular bush walking areas. Every year they actually hold a ballot for the available camping places. My cousin in Melbourne managed to secure our rustic cabin in last years ballot! At the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, this area offers spectacular scenery of huge granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches and coastlines.

Having arrive at the camp site and Visitor Centre, we found the location of our hut and then decided to take a wander around the area. We ventured west over to the sandy Tidal Bay inlet and then headed south to the enormous sweep of the pristine Norman Beach. We headed across this magnificent beach to the far end to where you can head south east around the headland to Oberon Bay or, as we did, head back along Norman Bay South Track to the camping area.

Uploaded on: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 (11:44:06)
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