After much anticipation, I recently took an amazing road trip interstate to the Grampians mountain range in Victoria, Australia. This is a stunning part of the country and if you ever visit the area, I highly recommend checking it out. I had hoped to see snow, since I haven’t seen any before. Alas, it was not quite cold enough for more than a few flakes to drift onto my arm on the hike up Mt. William. Still, it was worth the trek.
Highlights of my trip include:
- Hiking to the top of Mt. William (tallest peak in the Grampians) where a few snowflakes drifted down onto my arm;
- visiting Australia’s Grand Canyon;
- seeing the Silverband Falls; and,
- playing mini golf amidst the lush foliage of this spectacular countryside.
Check out some of the photos I took below….
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