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The superb national and state parks provide the setting for your Grampians experience. See a diverse array of native wildlife, picturesque walking tracks, and breathtaking scenic attractions.
Get active in the great outdoors, relax and simply enjoy the fresh air and stunning views, or explore the region's rich history at the Grampians National Park's ancient Aboriginal rock art sites.
Stop at historic cellar doors for a taste of some of Australia’s finest sparkling wines and outstanding cool-climate table wines.
Explore the region at your own pace – on foot, by bicycle or four-wheel drive – or join a tour and see the region through the eyes of a local.
Discover grand and rugged mountain ranges, spectacular wildflowers and a wealth of Aboriginal rock art sites in the Grampians National Park.
Ararat Gallery is renowned for its collection of contemporary fibre and textile art, one of only two such collections in Australian regional galleries.
Best's Great Western was founded in 1866, they are one of Australia's oldest family owned wineries with some of the oldest vines in the country. The...
Learn about the flora and fauna of the region and explore Aboriginal culture in the natural oasis of the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park.
The range of soil types in Little Desert National Park causes marked differences in vegetation. Many species of plants and animals have succeeded, on...
Unearth the critical and quirky contributions of the Chinese miners who came to the Victorian goldfields in the 1850s, through interactive exhibits.
Travel through mountains, open plains, and the forests and flora of the Grampians and soak up the sights that have inspired generations of artists.
Dine out on a meal you won't forget at the acclaimed Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld, featuring fine Grampians regional produce and famed sparkling wines.
See rugged mountains, vast plains, ancient Aboriginal rock art sites, unique native plants and animals, majestic waterfalls and vibrant wildflowers.
Walk in the footsteps of generations of adventurers, and plan outdoor activities in the rugged landscapes and extensive networks of bush reserves.
Dig down into the ancient, rugged landscape of the Grampians region and uncover a rich history, from Aboriginal rock art to European exploration.
Discover evidence of an ancient past in the Grampians: oven mounds, toolmaking materials and a high concentration of Aboriginal rock art sites.
Get set for a fun-filled family adventure: explore natural attractions, set up camp in the great outdoors, and visit zoos, museums and play centres.
Throw a leg over your motorcycle or step into your car, either way a driving holiday in the Grampians comes well recommended.
Take a tour through the Grampians and let professionals navigate the mountain passes, the dusty bush tracks or the tree-lined avenues of the towns.
Sections of the Grampians National Park are reopened for visitors. Go to Parks Victoria for more information.
Thanks to visitvineyards.com, RACV members can save between 10 and 20 per cent off wine, beer and cider purchases and dining experiences.
The Lake Bolac Eel Festival is a community music and art festival held each autumn on the foreshore of Lake Bolac in south-western Victoria, and...
The 2014 Murray to Moyne Cycle Relay starts in either Mildura, Swan Hill and Echuca for teams. With a 7am start on Saturday and finishing 12 noon...
The Great Western Good Friday Rodeo is an annual event run by the Great Western Football Club. In that time the event has grown to become one of the...
See the world's best runners in action up against local stars and discover the rich history of Australia's most famous footrace, running since 1878.
Founded in 1991, the Grampians Grape Escape is regional Victoria's premier food and wine Festival, held during the first weekend of May every year at...
Art is. . . festival is produced annually over ten days in Horsham each June. It engages rural and isolated communities in high quality art...
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Peer into the shadow of the legendary Mount Arapiles and discover a postcard-perfect nineteenth century heritage town with its share of creativity.
Cheer on the fastest in the famous Stawell Gift running race, and stay around to discover more about the town's gold rush and Aboriginal histories.
Admire the grandeur of Hamilton, with its imposing buildings, majestic homesteads and manicured gardens the legacy of a prosperous wool-growing heritage.
Set yourself up trackside and celebrate a horse racing win with a glass of cool-climate wine in Avoca, nestled in the base of the Pyrenees Ranges.
Get right to the heart of the Grampians at Halls Gap and spend days exploring the nearby wonders and evenings tucked in front of a cosy fire.
Be inspired by fine art, fine dining, and the stunning twin peaks of mounts Sturgeon and Abrupt in Dunkeld, gateway to the southern Grampians.
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