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A panorama, looking east from Loch Arch Gorge in the ruggedly beautiful Port Campbell National Park. The feature in the foreground used to be known as island archway, but the arch collapsed in June 2009. Its a great place to visit with many walks and rugged seacoast to photograph. Loch Ard Gorge is named after a sailing ship that was wrecked here in 1878 with the loss of 49 passengers and crew, 2 people somehow survived.

Several shots stitched together in Autostitch.

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