Photo albums of landscapes, scenery, bushfires, coastal and inland areas of South Gippsland, Prom Country and the Bass Shire Coast.
Australia has always been known for its bush fires, wide open spaces and well populated coastlines. Some of the most windswept areas on the south eastern tip of Australia where Wilsons Promontory National Park is located, gets to see the vast climatic extremes. This weather shapes and molds the landscape like nothing else can do and where we can have large fires one season, there can be floods the next. The photos here shows just some of those extremes there and also feature during and after the severe fires at Mirboo North in 2009.