Yesterday's wintry blast brought snow to western Victoria.
Visitors to the Grampians National Park were greeted with a light dusting of snow at Mount William.
Grampians Tourism's Will Flamstead says it is a rare sight for this time of year.
"You don't often see snow this late or this far into spring but it doesn't surprise us ... it's a really cool day up here and it's a great novelty to have that on the Grampians," he said.
"It looks fantastic."
He says the snow attracted a fair amount of interest from both residents and tourists.
"Look, I think it's a bit of excitement and we are getting a lot of inquiries from people in western Victoria wanting to come and have a look, so yes from a day visitor perspective, yes absolutely," he said.
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17:45 EST It's been a wet and wild 48 hours in parts of Western Australia with some parts of the grain growing region receiving over 65 millimetres of rain and wind gusts of almost 100 kilometres an hour.