Maldon is Victoria’s (Australia) best preserved gold rush town with its carefully maintained colonial buildings and historic precinct.
In 2006, the National Trust awarded the “Most Intact Historic Streetscape” title to Maldon.
Maldon is located 138 km north-west of Melbourne via Castlemaine,
The lookout (where this tree is), by the “Gallipoli gun” provides a good lookout over the town and is a popular place for artists and photographers who want to capture a view of the town. The gun is of German manufacture and was apparently captured in Palestine and shipped to Australia at the end of the war. It was installed in its present location as a memorial to the ANZAC troops. (taken from Info
I was there just before sunset and the light was quickly disappearing.
Taken on my Sony A200. 18 – 70 lens, it has been slightly cropped so you can see the Anzac Gun better.