Organ Pipes National Park, Victoria, Australia

Seeing as I had a day off, I decided to head a little out of Melbourne to the Organ Pipes National Park. It has some really interesting rock features, as well as some nice natural bush and wildlife. We saw plenty of birds and wallabys, but there are also snakes, echidnas and wombats – which we didn’t see.

As I am no scientist / geologist, more information is available from the Parks Victoria Website: “The Organ Pipes, a set of basalt columns formed by the cooling and cracking of molten lava”.

Bird Box Organ Pipes National Park

These bird boxes were placed all around the joint. Making it a holiday for the birds

Bird Box Organ Pipes National Park
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Bird Dive Organ Pipes National Park

The birds jump and play around without staying in the one stop for long at all.

The birds don
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Dead Tree Organ Pipes National Park

This photo was made from 4 different photos all stitched together. It was pretty large, and couldn't get it all in the one shot.

Many trees apear dead like this one
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The Organ Pipes - National Park

My camera wasn't wide enough to really capture this feature, but this is what the park is named after.

The Organ Pipes - National Park
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