The Grampians is the one of the perfect destinations for outdoor enthusiasts with an abundance of adventure activities.
The rugged ranges of the Grampians are famous for their unspoilt beauty, panoramic views, waterfalls, fern gullies, rugged peaks, ancient Aboriginal rock art, wildflowers and native wildlife.
The Grampians region offers some of Victoria's best walking tracks, rock climbing and abseiling. There are many other activities on offer including fishing and canoeing on one of the many lakes and rivers, wine tasting at one of the cellar doors, or try some of the local produce such as olives, and cheese.
Places to visit in Grampians
Ararat is an historic gold rush town known for its Gum San Museum that displays the history of Chinese gold miners.
Dunkeld is a scenic village located at the southern end of the Grampians close to Mt Sturgeon and Mt Abrupt. Dunkeld accommodation.
The town of Halls Gap is perfectly located in the heart of the Grampians National Park. It offers spectacular views of the Wonderland Range and Mt William Range. There are many walks of varying levels of difficulty that start in the town centre. There are numerous accommodation options available in Halls Gap. Click here to find Halls Gap accommodation.
Horsham has a lovely country atmosphere and visitors can enjoy the many attractions of the this town including the botanic gardens, public golf course, art gallery and wonderful sunsets. Find Horsahm accommodation.
Grampians National Park
Grampians National Park covers 167 000 hectare park and is made up of 4 mountain ranges. It is one of Victoria's most popular tourist attractions and is famous for its Aboriginal rock art as well as the range of plants including beautiful wildflowers and animals, including 200 bird species, koalas, kangaroos, and echidnas. It is home to about a third of Victoria's native plant species.
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