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On a clear day you can see forever. From the
360 million years ago, a mass of hot magma pushed up from deep below the earth's surface. As it cooled underground it solidified into granite. The surrounding softer sedimentary layers were eroded leaving this granite slab. The view to the west shows Mount Langi Ghiran in the foreground and the Grampians in the distance.
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