Heathland Environment

Heathland Environment

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  • The Grampians National Park (Heathland Environment)
  • At the Grampians National Park the rock that make ups the mountainsis sandstone. 
  • A major bushfire burned out about 50% of the Grampians National Park in January 2006. Soon afterward the first signs of redevelopment were eucalyptus trees. 
  • Geology
  •  Major flooding in January 2011,forced the closure of some parts of the Grampians National Park for severalmonths.
  • Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) is one of the richestIndigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia and was listed on theNational Heritage for its natural beauty and its past and continuing Aboriginalcultural associations.
  • The Wilsons Promontory National Park is located 200kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s CBD and protects 50,512 hectares of thePhilip Island and Gippsland Discovery Tourism Region.
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  • Geology
  • Position & Aspect
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