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Wednesday 15th May: The view from the Parkland Sites at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland this morning was amazing. This is the first time I've seen snow on Mt William (highest peak of the Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia) at the same time that the autumn colours are showing.
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Wednesday 13th May: Autumn colours and Snow on the highest peak of the Grampians National Park. This is the first time I've ever seen both the autumn leaves and snow at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland at the same time.
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Wednesday 13 May: Snow on Mt William, Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia and the River Red Gums of Redman Farm. These old trees are up to 500 years of age and can be seen from Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland. Grampians Paradise also resides on Redman Farm. We only get to see snow about once every 5 years, and even more unusual to see it this early in the year.
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Corellas in one of the large Oak Trees south of Grampians Paradise and snow on Mt. William.
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Reflections of Mt William (the highest mountain of the Grampians National Park) in Blue Lake at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland. This is the May picture from our 2015 calendar.
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Autumn Colours at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, down near Blue Lake just south of the Lakeside Sites. This is the April picture form our 2015 calendar.
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Kookaburra on North Valley (NV) camping site, overlooking Valley Lake.
The March picture form our 2015 calendar.
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Here is week two's picture from the 2015 Grampians Paradise Calendar.
We are making the Calendars available for resale by anyone who wants retail them around the recommended retail price of $15.95, or do a fundraiser. Minimum order of 20 calendars at $8.80 each plus postage, or $8.25 each plus postage when order in a box quantity of 70 calendars.
 You can ordered the Calendars from Grampians Paradise (contact details are on our website http://www.grampiansparadise.com.au/ ) Price $15.95 each plus $2.10 postage (for 1 calendar) or $3.50 postage in Australia (for up to 3 calendars). There is also a big discount available for those of you who have stayed at Grampians Paradise, or who have a booking to stay.
Evening Light: Above the camping ground the bank of Fire Wetlands makes a great vantage point to watch the shadows creep across the paddocks of Redman Farm (home of Grampians Paradise) as sunsets behind the Grampians Mountains for our extended twilight. Evenings at Grampians Paradise are particularly beautiful here during the summer months.
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The 2015 Grampians Paradise Calendar is now available and features some of the picutures that have been faverites on the net over the last year, as well as other that have not yet been posted. Over the next 12 weeks I'll feature a photo from the calendar each week, with a little bit of the story behind each picture. Calendars can be ordered from Grampians Paradise (contact details are on our website http://www.grampiansparadise.com.au/  ) Price $15.95 each plus $3.50 postage in Australia (for up to 3 Calendars). There is a big discount available for those who have stayed at Grampians Paradise, or who have a booking to stay.
Turret Falls (accessible by walking track from the Wonderland Car park - Grampians National Park) is my favourite Grampians Waterfalls. While only around 10 metres high double shoots of water and rook pools above and below make for a really beautify hidden treasure not so often visited. Photo by Aidan Banfield
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Friday 1st August: A rare heavy snow on Mt William, Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia. This afternoon trip up into the Grampians mountains from Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland was really worthwhile. This is one of the most popular photos from the trip. For more photos of Snow on Mt William by Aidan Banfield see https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grampians-Paradise-Caravan-Park/207560455935758
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