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Руководство 5,6 мм (.22 LR) малокариберной винтовки«Olimpia».

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D Bellfield These falls are almost 20 m high. y lle Then it is a short walk and climb to Va S Mt Rosea MacKenzie Falls carpark. Retrace your d steps or walk back to Zumstein via Mt Road an Victory Road. erb v l to Dunkeld Si Su ad Ro ra Ser ge Ran PARK 33 Wonderland Track–Grampians From Melbourne: 260 km north-west Access: Halls Gap via Ararat or Stawell from the Western Highway or via Dunkeld from the Hamilton Highway. No entry fee to Grampians National Park. Distance: 10 km return, all day, elevation change 280 m, grade medium Environment: rugged sandstone landscape, wildflowers in season Rucksack: water, camera The colours, shapes and textures of the Grampians combine to create an impressive landscape.

During September both paddle-steamers had passed the location of present day Mildura before each captain learned of the existence of the other. The race was on. After passing each other and heading up side channels by mistake they both reached Swan Hill on 17 September. Lady Augusta arrived first and Mary Ann four hours later. A celebratory grand ball was quickly organised for the crews and the birth of the river trade had begun. Boat Ramp Mi lloo Naretha Street Palaroo Street Street hn Co eet r St rray Mu To Nyah, Tooleybuc, Robinvale & Mildura Hastings St.

Mount Arapiles draws rock climbers, hikers and sightseers to its summit to enjoy the breadth of the view. To the north and south the landscape is interspersed by open woodlands and chains of salt lakes. No rivers drain this section of Victoria. This isolated mass of rock overlooking the plains was climbed by Major Mitchell during his third exploration of south-eastern Australia in 1836 on the 24th anniversary of the Spanish battle of Salamanca. He named it Mount Arapiles after two peaks he recalled near the battlefield in Spain.

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