Horrie

The beloved story of Horrie begins overseas in early 1941, Egypt. As a pup, Horrie was found by Private Jim Moody, then becoming the unofficial mascot of the 2/1st Machine Gun Battalion, travelling from Egypt to Greece, Crete, Palestine and Syria. Intelligent and easily trained, Horrie acted as guard dog and many times gave early…

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Lower Mitta River, Mitta Mitta Valley, North East Victoria

This river section provides the best summer rafting in Southern Australia with the longest grade four rapid commercially available in Victoria. With enormous volume of water being pumped out of Dartmouth dam to create a deep fast flowing river with big waves giving conditions similar to the rivers of New Zealand and Canada. You will…

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Mighty Mitta River One or Two day Adventure

Mitta Mitta River Gorge Adrenalin pumping world class white-water rafting, 60 rapids classed from two to four, including, Grave Yard, Dislocation, S bend, Waterfall and Gobler. Experience towering granite river gorges and the exquisite wilderness of the majestic Alpine National Park during your 19 kilometres rapid descent. Plummet between intricate rock formations and tackle the…

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Leatherbarrel Creek picnic area

As the scenic and meandering Alpine Way winds through Kosciuszko National Park, it’s a great idea to take advantage of the many rest stops along the way. One terrific spot can be found at Leatherbarrel Creek picnic area, where steep mountainsides covered in tall forest surround a small grassy flat with plenty of shade. Pack…

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Lake Hume

Lake Hume is an impressive body of water held by an awe-inspiring dam wall and is an easy 15-minute drive from Albury Wodonga. There’s something for everybody at Lake Hume. For the adventurous, there is wakeboarding, water-skiing, tube-riding and stand-up paddleboarding. For those who like a gentler pace, the foreshore is the perfect place to…

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Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park

Located in North East Victoria, toward the upper reaches of the Murray River are a number of spectacular and diverse parks and reserves. Set close to the heart of the Upper Murray is the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park (18,400 ha). Named for two peaks that can be found in the Park, Mount Burrowa and Pine…

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Mount Lawson State Park

A wonderful Upper Murray Park, Mount Lawson State Park is known for its steep slopes, cliffs and prominent rocky bluff which impart a natural rugged beauty. The park contains a range of largely undisturbed natural environments. There are panoramic views of surrounding mountains and valleys from the summit of Mount Lawson and spectacular displays of…

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Mount Granya State Park

Mount Granya State Park is a dominant feature in the Upper Murray landscape. Its steep, forested slopes rise dramatically above Lake Hume and surrounding valleys to form prominent ridges and plateaus. The park has diverse vegetation and spectacular wildflowers. Picnic at the Mount Granya Summit (950 metres) and enjoy views of the surrounding valleys and…

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Rafting Australia

Welcome to Rafting Australia, their whitewater paddling addiction started in 1976, that is over 40 years ago. How can such a passion last so long? Easy, Rafting Australia believe Victorian whitewater rivers rival the best New Zealand, Cairns and Canada offer and to make it even better they are set in pristine wilderness the equal…

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