High country cattle grazing by Victorian family

By Stephen Burns
Updated January 13 2020 - 12:06pm, first published December 31 2019 - 6:00pm
INTO THE BUSH: The McCormack family push their cattle up into the King Valley each December, leaving them there until April the following year. Photo: Rhyll McCormack
INTO THE BUSH: The McCormack family push their cattle up into the King Valley each December, leaving them there until April the following year. Photo: Rhyll McCormack

Grazing cattle in the Victorian high country has been a practice extending over 150 years, but very few families now take advantage of the summer pastures on the Alpine plains.

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