Historic B&W aerial photos
Beginning during WWII and into the 1960’s (approx. 1940-60) the Strathbogie Ranges and most of Victoria were aerially surveyed for the first time. Those thousands of individual B&W photos have been stitched together to form very useful photo-mosaic images of larger areas. Though there are some gaps, these mosaic images cover much of the Strathbogie Ranges Conservation Management Network area.
General history of aerial photography in Victoria can be found on this Dept. of Sust. & Envts web page