The state of Victoria in Australia is home to some amazing locations for landscape photography. Once you head out of the state capital city of Melbourne, you will find a vast array of National Parks including the very popular and accessible Twelve Apostles with its grand, though crumbling sea stacks on the famous Great Ocean Road, the rocky Grampians, the wonderful little Mount Buffalo, the huge Alpine National Park and of course the almost over loved Wilson Promontory. There are regions like Falls Creek and Mount Hotham for snowy winter scenes, and a wealth of coastal attractions with lighthouses, jetties, and rock formations. Of course, there is plenty more like the rolling green hills of Gippsland, the remote Croajingolong and a near endless selection of historic High Country Mountain Huts
including the well photographed Craigs Hut on Mount Stirling, and the list goes on.