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Grampians Wonderland

Australia, 1959 (MIFF 1959, Programme 1)

Director: Gil Brealey

The Grampians -: a wonderland of wildflowers. rocky crags, breathtaking views. The freshness of the landscape and the atmosphere of the place is effectively caught by this film for the traveller.

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