|Subject:||Chiltern or not?|
|From:||Mark Stanley <>|
|Date:||Sun, 28 Oct 2018 18:08:39 +0800|
I would not necessarily travel to Chiltern - especially this late in the season. You might have a more productive time circling Melbourne (counter clockwise) from Bendigo, Melton, Brisbane Ranges, You Yangs, Werribee, Torquay, Bunyip NP, Dandenongs, Healsville area. You'd end up with a wide range of habitats and species mostly within about 90 minutes of Melbourne.
What are you after and I could perhaps refine my suggestion.
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