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Eastern Mallee

The Wimmera

Limestone Coast

Volcanic Plains

Mid-west

Northern plains

Volcanic Uplands

Central Highlands

Ballarat

Mid-west

Red gum arch

Red gum arch

Fiddlers Creek

Junction

Junction

Banyena

Ripples and trees

Ripples and trees

Mount Direction

Bark

Bark

Tottington

White-browed Babbler

White-browed Babbler

Tottington

Yellow Gums

Yellow Gums

Moyreisk district

Crested Shrike-tit

Crested Shrike-tit

Kara Kara

Langi Giran

Langi Giran

Bayindeen

Peacock Road

Peacock Road

Moyreisk district

McCallum’s Creek

McCallum’s Creek

Dunach

Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Whela Hill

Common Bronzewing

Common Bronzewing

Langi Giran

Hay

Hay

McCallums Creek Road

Avoca River in flood

Avoca River in flood

Emu

McCallum’s Creek in flood

McCallum’s Creek in flood

Dunach

Upper Wimmera River

Upper Wimmera River

Elmhurst

Upper Avon River

Upper Avon River

Beazleys Bridge

Upper Avon River

Upper Avon River

Tottington

Eastern Bearded Dragon

Eastern Bearded Dragon

Banyena

Australian Magpie

Australian Magpie

Paradise

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Archdale Junction

Fence

Fence

Dunolly

Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Yellow-tufted Honeyeater

Dalyenong

Mudlark

Mudlark

Dalyenong

Ironbark

Ironbark

Tottington

Galah

Galah

Bealiba

Ironbark

Ironbark

Dalyenong

Australasian Pipit

Australasian Pipit

Logan district

Diamond Firetail

Diamond Firetail

Dunolly

Gum and iron

Gum and iron

Archdale

Bridge

Bridge

Archdale

Landcare, Victorian style

Landcare, Victorian style

Wallaloo

Long-billed Corella

Long-billed Corella

Tottington

Long-billed Corella

Long-billed Corella

Tottington

Tussocks

Tussocks

Avoca district

Post never sleeps

Post never sleeps

Emu

Koala

Koala

Dalyenong

Willie Wagtail

Willie Wagtail

Dalyenong

Lichen

Lichen

Mt Moliagul

Mist

Mist

Lexton district

Six o’clock swill

Six o’clock swill

Dalyenong

Willie Wagtail

Willie Wagtail

Tunstalls NCR

Long-billed Corellas

Long-billed Corellas

Lexton district

Brown Songlark

Brown Songlark

Emu

White-browed Woodswallow

White-browed Woodswallow

Emu

Brown Treecreeper

Brown Treecreeper

Avoca River

Long-billed Corella

Long-billed Corella

Tottington

Mistletoebird

Mistletoebird

Eldorado

Amphitheatre skyline

Amphitheatre skyline

Amphitheatre

Yellow-footed Antechinus

Yellow-footed Antechinus

Jallukar

Mistletoebird

Mistletoebird

Tottington

Yellow-footed Antechinus

Yellow-footed Antechinus

Tottington

Blakely’s Red Gums

Blakely’s Red Gums

Whela Hill

Blakely’s Red Gum woodland

Blakely’s Red Gum woodland

Melville’s Caves


In New South Wales, where the Great Divide gradually drops away towards the Murray-Darling plain, it is known as the inland slopes, a quite distinct area with its own characteristic flora and fauna. In eastern Victoria, the Divide tends to drop quite rapidly down to the plains, in the west, the Divide is more an idea than a real mountain range. Nevertheless, there is an extensive region that, like the NSW inland slopes, is neither mountain nor inland plain, and doesn't belong with either. For the most part, where it has not been cleared, it is Buloak or box-ironbark woodland.