360 degree panorama

  • Victoria Valley Complex Fire from Reed's Lookout

    Sunset panorama of Grampians from Reed's Lookout

    At the time of the photo the 2013 Victoria Valley Complex fire started by lightning strikes on 14-Feb-13 was still burning out of control covering about 35,000 hectares of the Victoria Range.

  • View from Mount Rosea, Grampians NP

    Panorama from Mount Rosea in the Grampians National Park.

    Mount Rosea offers some of the most spectacular 360 degree views over the Mount Difficult Range, Lake Lonsdale, Wonderland Range, Lake Fyans, Lake Bellfield in the east, Serra Range in the south and Victoria Range in the west.

  • View from Surveyor Point in Port Vincent

    Panoramic views from Surveyor Point over Port Vincent and Gulf Saint Vincent.

    The small coastal town of Port Vincent is located on the Gulf St. Vincent on the east coast of Yorke Peninsula.

  • Views over Penshurst from Mount Rouse

    Mount Rouse

    Panoramic views from Mount Rouse near Penshurst, Victoria, Australia. Mount Rouse is an extinct volcano on the outskirts of Penshurst. Mt Rouse offers uninterrupted views over the surrounding plains and towards the Grampians in the north, hence it is also site of one of the many fire towers in the bushfire prone state of Victoria.

    Penshurst is a small town of about 500 people 275 km west of Melbourne, 31 km south-east of Hamilton, 50 km south-east of the Grampians. Penshurst is the centre of a large dairying, agricultural and pastoral district on a lava plain at the foot of extinct volcano Mt Rouse.

    Before European settlement the Nareeb Nareeb and Kolor Aborigines occupied the area. Conflicts with white settlers and introduced diseases caused a rapid decline of the aboriginal population which could not be stopped by a reserve created around Mt Rouse in the 1840s.

    Penshurst was laid out with very wide main streets to enable bullock trains to turn. Despite its declining population, Penshurst remains a tourist destination and an important service town to surrounding farms.


  • Wreck Bay Beach in Booderee NP

    Thumbnail of Wreck Bay Beach

    Panorama of Wreck Bay Beach in Booderee National Park at Jervis Bay NSW. The National Park is owned by the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community. The park offers walks through coastal bushland and along scenic beaches, water sports in turquoise water, whale watching and bird watching with over 200 species of birds found in the park.


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