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The Christmas Holidays

In the Australian Alps

sunny 23 °C

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The Alps are another fascinating Australian landscape. If you think Australia is only a dry desert, then have a look at these pictures!

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With 1.6 million ha the Australian Alps have a lot to offer. Walking made easy.

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On New Year's Eve we had the chance to come close to wild brumbies.
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On our walk on New Year's Day we came across this little joey that had a bad start to the new year - it couldn't get back into mum's pouch! After several attempts it finally managed to climb back - good luck at last.
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There is nothing better than a campfire after a good days walking with grilled sausages and damper.
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Posted by TommyNicki 01:57 Archived in Australia

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