* GRAMPIANS/GARIWERD UPDATE (2019-Mar-08) [CliffCare Victoria]
Following a number of recent reports of rangers asking climbers to leave climbing areas in the Grampians/Gariwerd, more confusion has occurred around where people can and can’t climb. …
* Parks Victoria takes steps to protect environmental and cultural heritage from climbing impacts (2019-Feb-15) [Parks Victoria]
In the coming months, Parks Victoria will be focussed on ensuring eight key locations in the western part of the Grampians National Park are protected and will be asking all climbing activity to cease in these areas indefinitely.
… Under the existing Grampians National Park Management Plan, rock climbing in Special Protection Areas is a prohibited activity however we recognise this plan is 10 years old and we need to review these areas in partnership with key stakeholders which may result in changes to boundaries. Further to the Special Protection Areas identified in the current management plan, 29 additional areas have also been set aside as Special Protection Areas, in which climbing is prohibited to protect their cultural and natural values. The materials being prepared will also have details of these places.
* Management Plan for Grampians National Park (2003-Mar) [Parks Victoria]
Grampians – Special Protection Areas – detailed in appendix 1 and figure 2.
(Significant Flora and Fauna, Aboriginal Site, European Site)
* Every Single Street [Salomon TV]
* THE SHARP END A podcast from Accidents in North American Climbing
* 📻 Old Time Radio – Tarzan [Internet Archive]
by Old Time Radio Researchers Group
The OTRR distribution of Tarzan consists of four separate productions of Tarzan:
Tarzan of the Apes (1932 – 1934)
Tarzan and the Diamond of Asher (1934)
Tarzan and the Fires of Tohr (1936)
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle (1951 – 1953)