Victoria: Wimmera and Western District
"In Summer it's Gold and Winter so Green"
And Always in the Distance the Imposing Rises of the Grampians Mountain Range
This productive wheat-belt in Victoria's western frontier is picturesque all year around. In summer the golden fields of wheat and other grains are morphed into grazing lands for sheep and cattle of rich green grasses.
The Grampians are the southern most tip of the Great Dividing Range that stretches all the way north to Cape Yorke Peninsula in Northern Queensland and has a dominating effect upon the regions weather patterns, themselves weather-beaten over centuries to produce some of the most spectacular natural pieces of art to be found anywhere.
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