Colours and Art of Mt Zero

Over summer I camped in the Grampians (Northern Eastern Victoria – 4 hrs from Melbourne) for a week and explored the local area. On a particularly hot day (44 degrees), I drove up to the northern section of the Grampians and climbed up to a small cave shelter and photographed the aboriginal cave art. The cave is known as the Gulgurn Manja Shelter (Hands of young people). A very hot  walk and climb but well worth the effort.

Mt Zero, Northen Grampians, Victoria

Mt Zero, Northen Grampians, Victoria

Mt Zero Rock Colours, Northen Grampians, Victoria

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Mt Zero Rock Colours, Northen Grampians, Victoria

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Gulgurn Manja Shelter (Hands of young people), Mt Zero, Northen Grampians

Gulgurn Manja Shelter (Hands of young people), Mt Zero, Northen Grampians

Gulgurn Manja Shelter (Hands of young people), Mt Zero, Northen Grampians

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Mt Zero landscape, Northen Grampians, Victoria

Mt Zero landscape, Northen Grampians, Victoria

Twin Grass trees, Mt Zero landscape, Northen Grampians, Victoria

Twin Grass trees – regrowth after a major bushfire several years earlier.

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