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Yesterday I went for a drive to an area that I haven’t been to before. It is close to where I live, only an hours drive, and I have been past it many times, but never realised it was there. I am talking about the Kinglake National Park and Masons Falls. Before we went we were talking to the staff at the Flying Tarts, a Bakery in Pheasant Creek, and they were saying that before the fires you couldn’t really see the waterfall, and I think once the trees all grow back, you won’t be able to see them again.
I went there with a friend, and time was limited so we didn’t hang around long, just went to the falls and then took photos along the track back to the carpark. You can’t get really close to the waterfall, and there are fences everywhere to stop you. The above…
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