Mount Buffalo is a mountain plateau in Victoria (Australia), 350 km northeast of Melbourne in the Australian Alps. On 4 November 1898 an area of 1,166 hectares (2,880 acres) was reserved around the plateau and Eurobin Falls as Mount Buffalo National Park, making it one of the oldest national parks in Australia. In 1908 a road was opened to the plateau and the park was expanded to 10,406 hectares (25,710 acres). In 1980 the park was expanded again to 31,000 hectares (77,000 acres) to take in most of the surrounding foothill country.
To the right of this image is is the hang gliding/para gliding platform
Sony a700, CZ16-80@20mm, f8, 1/100sec, ISO100