NE Victoria high plains

Bomber2012

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i had originally organized a 2 week trip away but the 2 other blokes that had intended to come had to pull out thru no fault of there own , one had car issues (a jeep) the others 80 yr old mum had fallen ill . So I changed my plans from doing high country tracks to an easier route through the Dargo high plains and what an utterly spectacular area it is.
I left Dargo up the high plains rd and into the cattle grazing area.
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Once up into the high plains the scenery is awesome these little rivulets are the source of the mighty rivers that flow through NE Victoria .
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Dargo high plains
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Then on upto Blue Rag
 

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jacnden

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great pics. ive always hurried along the high plains rd as a link between tracks ,looks like I should stop and look around.
where did you camp on the mitta?
 

Bomber2012

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great pics. ive always hurried along the high plains rd as a link between tracks ,looks like I should stop and look around.
where did you camp on the mitta?
It was nice to slow down and check out the high plains , even the plants up there are unique to the area . I camped at Hinnomunjiie bridge on the Mitta .
 
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