"Declared a National Park in 1984, The Grampians National Park is an oasis of diversity, set amongst the agricultural Western District of Victoria. The 167,000 acres house around a third of Victoria's plant species, and forms a safe haven for many species of marsupial and mammal." That is what said in the travel brochure and that is among the reason why I really wanted to go there.
Yaris, really an economical car.
What is left after the forest fire.
The trail to McKenzie Falls.
Some hiking needed to get there.
The first waterfall that we found on our way to the bottom.
Simply breathtaking, wouldn't you agree???
Unfortunately, we can't swim here, it is too deep and the water current here is really strong.
View from below.
Some other part of the Grampians.
On our way home.
P/s Waiting for my convocation day plus rushing to finish up my journal before end of the year.