Originally built as a temporary set for an Australian blockbuster movie “The Man from Snowy River” in 1981, Craig’s Hut is now a very popular tourist attraction. Located not far from the Mount Stirling summit, it perfectly complements astonishing views of Victorian Alps, creating even better landscapes.
St. Mary’s Peak is the highest mountain in the Flinders Ranges National Park and the second highest peak in South Australia. This 1171 metre peak is located on the North-East edge of the Wilpena Pound and offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Pound and surrounding plains.
Jacob’s Ladder is a steep and narrow zig-zag road in Ben Lomond Ranges 60 kilometres from Launceston in the Northern Tasmania.
Remains of extinct volcano form mountains of the Mount Kaputar National Park. Signs of the ancient (17-20 millions year ago) volcanic activities, lava terraces and dramatic landscapes surround the peak of the Mount Kaputar that reaches 1510 meters high.