Road Trip part two

From the Snowy mountains we proceeded to Canberra to pick up a passport, the only obligatory part of the trip. That done, plus a visit to Mount Ainslie for a panoramic view of the nation’s capital, we headed back to Victoria. After a one night stopover in Corowa to visit a few Rutherglen wineries we headed to Bright to enjoy the Autumn hues and trek in the Victorian Alps.

Familiar sight from atop Mount Ainslie, Canberra
Old Parliament House
Rutherglen. One of many picturesque wineries
All Saints winery where we lunched and loafed in the grounds
All Saints: a majestic, tree-lined avenue
Autumn colours of Bright in the Victorian Alps
Bright: more Autumn colours
Bright: visible Autumn at every turn
Harrietville, on the way to Mount Hotham
Lonely picnic spot
High country: Victorian Alps
Nowhere else I’d rather be
Mount Feathertop, second highest in Victoria
Our trek to the summit of Mount Loch
Breathtaking scenery all around
A visit to Carmichael Falls to finish off

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