Picnic At Hanging Rock | 1975
Hanging Rock, the destination for the trip, is a striking rock formation near Woodend, on the A79 Calder Freeway about 50 miles northwest of Melbourne in Victoria. It’s a volcanic feature known as a mamelon (French for nipple), formed when a stiff type of lava is squeezed through a narrow vent in the earth and solidifies before it can flow away.
The nearby extinct 3,320-foot volcano, Mount Macedon, gives excellent views of the rocks.
‘Appleyard Girls’ School’ is Martindale Hall Historic Museum, a 19th Century mansion in the Clare Valley near Mintaro, South Australia. The hall, located in the 45-acre Martindale Hall Conservation Park, is open to day visitors every day of the year, except for Christmas Day and Good Friday.