An Australian Woman Fell To Her Death After Trying To Take A Selfie From A Grampians Lookouts.

An Australian mother has died in front of her family after trying to take a selfie from a Grampians lookout.

Under the watchful eyes of her husband and child, the woman climbed over a barrier to get a perfect selfie while ignoring the warning signs from the park.

Unfortunately, she fell 80metres from the Grampian lookout and died.

The authorities later Identified the woman as Rosy Loomba, a 38 years old Melbourne mother.

Boroka Lookout viewing platform | Grampians National Park | Victoria | Australia
A view of the Grampians National Park, Halls Gap village and the surrounding landscape from Boroka Lookout viewing platform. Grampians National Park is a nature reserve in Victoria that is popular with tourists for its sandstone mountains and stunning views.

The steep terrain made it a challenging recovery operation taking police and search crews almost six hours to retrieve the mother’s body.

Tour guide Graham Wood was there moments before the tragedy happened.

Melbourne mum was ‘posing for photo’ before she fell to her death at lookout

“There was quite a number of people here, some even while we were here elected to climb out onto the ledge,” he said.

“I made comments to my customers that this happens all the time and one of these days someone’s gonna fall off.”

He said tourists ignore the warning signs.

The Balconies, Grampians National Park, Victoria, Australia
The famous Balconies rock formations in Grampians National Park. The Grampians are located in central Victoria in southern Australia.

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