The Queen’s birthday long weekend is a great time to get away as the weather keeps some of the crowds away. This time it was a visit to Chiltern and Beechworth and the opportunity to do three walks. Related Images:
One of the main reasons going to Beechworth, to do the Town and Country walk around Beechworth Historical Park and the town.
A 750m walk that packs many points of interest into its short length. Well worth a visit.
A walk near Chiltern to do on the way to Beechworth. Named after the species of trees that can be seen on the track it’s an easy 8.4km walk to follow.
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An excellent read which covers the relatively unknown life of Princess Louise, Queen Victoria's second youngest daughter.
A beautiful scenic walk through the forest surrounding Powelltown. Logging relics and forest make for a fine walk. Related Images:
A vacation to take in the fine sights of the Great Ocean Road, plus a few days to show the boys South Australia.
A fine walk through the rural scenery of Panton Hill, along Motschalls Track. With an optional leg to Rob Roy Hill Climb. 6km, 1.5 hours.
The classic story of how revolutions can go wrong, told in a fairy tale of farm animals who take over the farm.