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Victoria is the smallest mainland state of Australia, yet it can proudly boast of having more than 50 national parks. These protected environments encompass stunning coastal landscapes, rugged snow-capped mountain peaks, and lush forests that are crammed with grandiose and majestic trees and severed by trickling streams.
Victoria, like the the entire continent of Australia, is a place of extremes and, in contrast to the many parks that are cloaked in lush forests and woodlands, there are several national parks in outback and desert areas that come alive with wildflowers when welcome rains fall on the parched landscape.
The photos contained within this gallery are of the varied landscapes of the mountainous Grampians National Park and the Murray Sunset National Park that’s famed for its vast pink lake and that lies in the Victorian outback.
Images of other parks will be added in the near future, so come back again soon to see more pictures of the beauty that is Victoria.
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