Monday, September 20, 2010
MOUNT GUDGENBY - VIDEO
Located in the south/west Australian Capital Territory, Mount Gudgenby sits on the border with New South Wales as the landscape extends further into the rugged Australian Alps. This video from Pastor John Evans of the Canberra Bushwalking Group is taken from the trig point at the summit of Gudgenby taking in a 360 degree views of the ACT and NSW beyond.
More information can be found at Johnny Boy's Walkabout blog (here)
and more videos of the ACT mountains at his YouTube Channel (here)
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