Thursday, September 23, 2010

VIEW FROM MOUNT TENNENT - VIDEO


Mount Tennent dominates the skyline from the southern Canberra suburbs. The township of Tharwa nestles at it's base and the Gudgenby river flows by. Originally the base for Canberra's first bushranger John Tennant (post here) in 1826 it today could soon become part of Canberra's water system if the Gudgenby River is dammed at it's base. This video from Pastor John Evans shows (with descriptions of landmarks) the 360 degree view from the fire-tower at the mountains summit...




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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