In Australia’s south-east corner lies its second-smallest state, Victoria. It covers roughly 230,000 square kilometers, only slightly larger than Utah.
About 36 per cent of the state is forest covered while its wild 1800 km coastline features both rugged cliffs battered by wild swells and gentle white sand beaches around fully enclosed harbours.
Characterised by warm, dry summers and cool, wet, winters, Victoria’s landscapes range from desert to rainforest and snowy alps. Its stunning vistas attract over millions of international and domestic visitors annually, seeking great hiking and surfing, a chance to spot a koala or kangaroo or even an overlooked nugget in Australia’s richest gold rush state!
This book is a portfolio of fine photographic images taken around the state of Victoria. Photographs of its beautiful National Park landscapes and panoramas of rural towns serve as an inspiring travel or coffee table book for those that have visited Victoria, or those just curious to.