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ABC Range (centred) and Heysen Range in the distance, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Tributary of the George River, Blue Tier, Tasmania. (6x9cm film)
Hematite (an oxidised form of iron) colours the rocks red in the area, Bararranna Gorge, Northern Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Lake Huntley cliffs, composed of ice smoothed conglomerate which was formed from deposits that contain finer particles such as stones and rocks. During the Late Wisconsin, icecap and outlet glaciers developed on the West Coast Range and on the Central Plateau of Tasmania. Tyndall Range, Tasmania. (6x6cm film stitch)
Eucalyptus tree revealing extensive root system. Oratunga Creek, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Bogong High Plains viewed from the north west spur of Mt Feathertop. Alpine National Park, Victoria. (6x6cm film)
Ironbark, a species of eucalyptus of which its bark is retained on the tree and is hard and deeply furrowed, East Gippsland, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Pandani. Eastern Arthur Range. South West National Park, Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
Eucalyptus thrives on a variety of soils and is drought tolerant with a spreading and competitive root system. Wilkawillina Gorge, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania. (6x9cm film)
Eucalyptus and forest floor, Yarra Ranges National Park, Victoria. (4x5 inch film)
Waterfall detail, Otways National Park, Victoria. (6x6cm film)
Temperate Rainforest. Eastern Arthur Range, Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
Cerberus Hill and the Crags of Andromeda. Western Arthur Range, Southwest National Park, Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
Willouran Ranges. Remnants of a major mountain building event (approx 500 million years ago) which represented the final stage of collisions that formed Gondwana. South Australia. (6x6cm film)
Coarse grained granite dominates the coastline at Cape Woolamai. Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Strong jointing of the granite has determined the orientation of gutters and deep clefts that have been eroded in the cliff face and base producing rock stacks and large boulders that are typical of the southern coastline. Cape Woolamai National Park, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Tyndall Range, Tasmania. (5x4inch film)
The Western Arthur Range comprises of quartzite that has been etched by glaciation and weathering, South West Tasmania.	(35mm film)
Western Arthur Range, South West Tasmania. (5x4inch film)
Bogong High Plains. Alpine National Park, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
The Chase Range is composed of species adapted to a semi-arid environment such as cypress-pine. Mallee and black oak are also dominant in woodland within the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Willouran Ranges. Remnants of a major mountain building event (approx 500 million years ago) which represented the final stage of collisions that formed Gondwana. South Australia. (6x6cm film)
Eucalyptus Forest, Yarra Ranges National Park, Victoria. (4x5 inch film)
Coastal cliff detail, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Oratunga Creek detail, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (4x5inch film)
South West National Park, Tasmania. (6x6cm film stitch)
Willouran Ranges. Remnants of a major mountain building event (approx 500 million years ago) which represented the final stage of collisions that formed Gondwana. South Australia. (6x6cm film)
Federation Peak (1,224m), Eastern Arthur Range, South West Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
South West National Park, Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
The Bunkers Range. The higher elevations comprise of sandstone and quartzite. The entire mountain chain consists of the Transantartcic Mountains in Antarctica and the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. (5x4inch film)
View across button grass to Mt Oakleigh, Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania. (35mm film)
Heysen Range (left) and ABC Range (right), Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (6x6cm film)
Coastal detail. Bushrangers Bay, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
The Bluff, Alpine National Park, Victoria. (6x6cm film)
Moroka River - characterised  by basalt flows, sandstone and 
conglomerate. Alpine National Park, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Pandani manage great verticality of stems, protected from strong winds by the accession of dead leaves over many decades. Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park, Tasmania. (4x5inch film).
Mornington Peninsula coastline, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Stream detail, Toorongo River, Mt Baw Baw National Park, Victoria. (5x4inch film)
Federation Peak. Eastern Arthur Range, South West Tasmania. (6x6cm film)
Blinman Creek, Flinders Ranges, South Australia. (5x4inch film)
Snow gum scarred by bush fire. Bogong High Plains, Alpine National Park, Victoria. (6x6cm film)
Cape Woolamai National Park, Victoria. (5x4inch film)

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