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Victoria High Country Early Spring September 2017

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Remember my early blog post about the blasting Antarctic snow in Ballarat? Here are our latest updates from the Great Alpine Australia to continue our winter journey this year! There are endless fantastic details to photo shoot but oh boy I could never mix having fun and capturing content at the same time before the sunset rapidly go down than it should! Have you?

Had the best treat rejuvenating ourselves at the alpine mountain as we did not get much snow in Ballarat this year. What could be better than playing on the mountain again? It’s our favourite alpine non-commercialized cross-country ski mountain in Victoria, just the opposite of the famous Mount Hotham, not far from here. For the second time around, we visited and still no people playing than us.



Spring blossoms at the roundabout in Porepunkah town before you turn off the road to Mount Buffalo! Nope, they aren’t on the mountain as it is not Mount Fiji…the Australian alpine have its majestic endemic snow gums!


The colourful snow gums at Mount Buffalo buried in thick snow, thank God, they are back after wild bushfires a few years back right after our first visit in 2006!



At Cresta Valley of Mount Buffalo National Park Resort fully loaded with granite rocks capped with snow any time of the year! For now, we just have enjoyed the four seasons in one day for our visit!


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