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View west over the heath to Aireys Inlet

1 year ago from Phil Skeggs

Location: Anglesea Heath

Common Heath in full bloom, Anglesea Heathlands, Great Otway National Park

1 year ago from Phil Skeggs

Location: Anglesea Heath

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  • Distillery Creek Road, Number 2 Road and Mt Ingoldsby Road are closed until 20 Dec 2015 while Barwon Water undertake the installation of a water pipeline from Anglesea to Aireys Inlet. Access to this area, including walkers and cyclists, is prohibited throughout construction for safety reasons. at Anglesea Heath
    Wednesday 30 September, 2015 |
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Anglesea Heath is the richest and most diverse vegetation community in Victoria. Amazingly, about a quarter of Victoria's plant species can be found here including over 80 different types of orchids.

Spring time is particularly spectacular as the heathland erupts into a sea of vibrant colour.

Few places so close to Melbourne offer such diversity and natural beauty.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

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November 2000



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