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Tooan

The Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park is a state park in the Wimmera plains of western Victoria, Australia.

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  • Area:266.923 km2
  • Elevation:128 m
  • Population:19
  • Local Government Area:Horsham Rural City Council

Description

The Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park is a state park in the Wimmera plains of western Victoria, Australia. It encompasses Mount Arapiles, Mitre Rock, and the Tooan block. The park covers an area of 7,475 hectares (18,470 acres) and is valuable for nature conservation, with approximately 14% of the State's flora species represented in the Mount Arapiles area. The major landmarks in the park are: Mount Arapiles; a prominent rock formation that is a popular rock climbing destination. Mitre Rock; a small outcrop of rock beside Lake Mitre that is also not far from Mount Arapiles. Tooan block; an area containing the remnants of woodlands that have elsewhere been largely cleared for agriculture.The park is managed by Parks Victoria. # History # Weather # Things to do

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