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The Hopkins river and historic boathouse, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Featured Victoria (VIC) Image

The Hopkins river and historic boathouse, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia

Sitting snugly on the banks of the Hopkins river, this lovely grand old building is a very popular tearoom and cafe. Proudfoot's Boathouse is of architectural significance and could perhaps be the finest example of a 19th century colonial boathouse in the state of Victoria. Although recent modifications have reduced the original materials of the buildings, many original features
still remain to this day. The beautifully ornamented buildings still provide an attractive instance of 19th century leisure facility architecture.
Proudfoot's Boathouse is of historical significance as an example of late-Victorian recreational and tourist facilities, as any seaside activity in colonial times was extremely popular

Lake Eildon Featured Victoria (VIC) Image

Lake Eildon

Lake Eildon is the impoundment created by Eildon Weir on the Goulburn River in southern Victoria, Australia. At 3, 334, 158 megalitres when full, it contains six times as much water as Sydney Harbour and is the second largest water storage in Victoria after Dartmouth Dam. It is located at the town of Eildon, within Lake Eildon National Park. Lake Eildon is connected to the metropolitan water supply of Melbourne, the state capital, via a pipeline from the Goulburn River

© A 2012 hapidayss

Blanket Bay at Sunrise on the Great Ocean Walk Featured Victoria (VIC) Image

Blanket Bay at Sunrise on the Great Ocean Walk

A tree is silhouetted against the sunrise at Blanket Bay campsite on the Great Ocean Walk. The Great Ocean Walk runs along the southern coast of Victoria, Australia, following the same coastline as the Great Ocean Road. The popular six-day hike passes through the Great Otway National Park

© Kat Clay

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