Discovering Natural Victoria


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Craig Sheather
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Victoria is an outdoor lover's paradise - a cherished Australian hiking destination and must-visit state for any Australian (or visitor to Australia) who loves the outdoors. Extensive areas of Victoria consist of national parks, reserves and state forests. These abound with almost endless walks and treks, sights of interest, lookouts, activities, wildlife encounters, adventures and places to stay. This book will help you make the best of your time in Victoria’s natural places by highlighting the very best that the state has to offer, whatever your interest in the great outdoors. The book is richly illustrated with over 250 full-colour photographs and dozens of detailed maps. A summary table, indicating facilities and highlights, is included to help the reader find exactly the right place for the occasion. Covers the entire state and includes a few hidden gems as well as the better-known parks.

Craig Sheather is a freelance travel writer and creative author whose writing focuses on nature, travel, history, culture, hiking, camping, food and real-life stories for children. Craig has trekked to Everest Base Camp, been chased through the streets of Pamplona by rampaging bulls, was stalked by a hippo in Tanzania and fell asleep on a chopper flight over The Grand Canyon. He is a frequent contributor to Australian Geographic, On the Road and Great Walks magazines and he has authored two other Woodslane Press outdoor guides: Best Walks of Victoria’s High Country and Best Walks East of Melbourne.

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