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Picture relating to Vale Of Belvoir Conservation Area - titled 'Vale Of Belvoir Conservation Area'
Picture relating to Mole Creek Karst National Park - titled 'Mole Creek Karst National Park'
Picture relating to River Forth - titled 'River Forth'
Picture relating to Mersey River - titled 'Mersey River, Tasmania'
Picture relating to Sarah Island - titled 'Old Jetty, Sarah Island Penal Station, Tasmania'
Picture relating to Rapid Creek - titled 'Rapid Creek'
Picture relating to Goulds Country - titled 'Goulds Country'
Picture relating to Blackman Bay - titled 'Blackman Bay'

Vale Of Belvoir Conservation Area

contributed by AllanLaurence, taken on 18 November 2013
(contact AllanLaurence about this picture)

The Vale of Belvoir is a large open limestone valley located about 15 km NNW of Cradle Mountain, in the lee of the Black Bluff Range. It is about 10 km long by 2 km wide, trends NE-SW, and has an open grassy floor flanked by strips of ancient rainforest and eucalypt forest.