In July 2011, a few friends and I went on a road trip to Mount Hotham and the nearby alpine village of Dinner Plain. Rising to 1861m, Mount Hotham is the highest altitude mountain in Victoria for skiing. The ‘powder capital’ of Australia which regularly posts the highest snowfall in Victoria, Mount Hotham offers spectacular views of the Victorian alpine mountain range, and is a challenging 4 hour 30 minute non-stop drive from Melbourne. With stops along the way for quick meals, wheel chain hire, and at visitor information centres, the drive to Mount Hotham realistically took us slightly over 6 hours. This was a 3-day 2-night road trip, about 390km away from Melbourne.

In September 2011, a few friends and I went on a road trip for an overnight stay at the secluded and tranquil waterfront accommodation called Waterfront Retreat at Wattle Point in the Gippsland Lakes Region near Lakes Entrance, about 280km away from Melbourne.

The above gallery presents the HDR images photographed during this visit to Mount Hotham and Wattle Point.

Scenery in HDR – part 4

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