Mount Stewart

Mountain, Victoria East Gippsland

Australia

Mount Stewart

Cave Dweller It can be very hard to judge the scale within a cave, unless you can spot a cave dweller.
Cave Dweller Credit: Kevin Rheese

Mount Stewart is a prominent mountain located in East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. It rises to an elevation of about 1,747 meters (5,732 feet) above sea level and is part of the Victorian Alps range. The mountain is situated in a remote and rugged area, surrounded by pristine alpine forests, alpine heaths, and grasslands.

Mount Stewart offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape from its summit, including the nearby mountains of Mount Howitt, Mount Buller, and Mount Cobbler. The mountain is popular among hikers and mountaineers, who can access it via several trails that wind through the alpine terrain.

The area around Mount Stewart is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including wallabies, kangaroos, wombats, echidnas, and a variety of bird species. The mountain and its surrounding wilderness are protected by the Alpine National Park, which aims to preserve the natural beauty and ecological diversity of the area.

Overall, Mount Stewart is a stunning natural attraction in Victoria, Australia, offering visitors a chance to experience the beauty and ruggedness of the Australian Alps.

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Mount Stewart Images

Images are sourced within 20km of lat/long (-37.23764/148.12764).

Cave Dweller It can be very hard to judge the scale within a cave, unless you can spot a cave dweller.
Cave Dweller
It can be very hard to judge the scale within a cave, unless you can spot a cave dweller.
Snowy Mountains_03 Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_03
Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_04 McKillops Bridge
Snowy Mountains_04
McKillops Bridge
Snowy Mountains_05 Blick von der McKillops Bridge auf den Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_05
Blick von der McKillops Bridge auf den Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_07 Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_07
Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_08 Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_08
Snowy River
Snowy Mountains_10 Little River Gorge
Snowy Mountains_10
Little River Gorge
Buchan lunch stop
Buchan lunch stop
Outside Royal Caves - Buchan
Outside Royal Caves - Buchan
Little River Falls
Little River Falls
McKillop Bridge Snowy River National Park McKillops Bridge is one of the few places in the park with access to the Snowy River by conventional vehicles. It is the best canoe-launching place for experienced adventurers wanting to explore the gorges downstream.
McKillop Bridge Snowy River National Park
McKillops Bridge is one of the few places in the park with access to the Snowy River by conventional vehicles. It is the best canoe-launching place for experienced adventurers wanting to explore the gorges downstream.
McKillop's Bridge Snowy River National Park, Victoria
McKillop's Bridge
Snowy River National Park, Victoria
Bridge Signs All the information you need to cross in informed safety.
Bridge Signs
All the information you need to cross in informed safety.
Snowy Mountains_11 Little River
Snowy Mountains_11
Little River
Snowy Mountains_12 Eucalyptusbaumrinde
Snowy Mountains_12
Eucalyptusbaumrinde
Austroaeschna unicornis male wings Wings of a male Unicorn Darner, <i>Austroaeschna unicornis</i>, a dragonfly in the family Telephlebiidae. Australian Museum specimen <a href="http://biocache.ala.org.au/occurrences/d03cb43b-9689-4ff5-99e8-bce29906b01e" rel="nofollow">K299370</a>. 

Dorsal view of the right forewing, above, and the right hindwing, below.
Austroaeschna unicornis male wings
Wings of a male Unicorn Darner, Austroaeschna unicornis, a dragonfly in the family Telephlebiidae. Australian Museum specimen K299370. Dorsal view of the right forewing, above, and the right hindwing, below.
Crossing The road-bed of this bridge is a ricketty as it looks.
Crossing
The road-bed of this bridge is a ricketty as it looks.
Under The Bridge McKillop's Bridge, Victoria
Under The Bridge
McKillop's Bridge, Victoria
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Mount Stewart is a mountain in Victoria, Australia. It has an elevation of 827 meters above sea level. It is also known as Mount Stewart. Information correct as at Monday 16th June 2014.

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Mount Stewart
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Lat/Long: -37.23703/148.12742
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