Pitch a tent or park your campervan in the Grampians to truly appreciate the region's natural attractions. Get closer to nature and meet resident wildlife. The starting points of many great walks are just a short stroll from your campsite. Stay in a forest park or choose a holiday site with full facilities.
Caravan and holiday parks
The Grampians is a caravan- and motor-home-friendly region. Relax and enjoy the convenience of powered sites, recreation areas, covered camp kitchens, showers, toilets and washing machines, public campervan dump points and gated security.
Some sites have wireless internet, televisions and tennis courts. Family-friendly caravan parks have jumping pillows, camp kitchens, pools and bike hire. Call ahead to secure your spot during peak school holiday periods.
Self-contained accommodation is available at most holiday parks, and offers a great 'home way from home' option. Enjoy the creature comforts of cottages, cabins and chalets equipped with ovens, fridges, air conditioning and heating, full size beds with bedding, televisions and outdoor furniture. Book ahead during peak periods.
National Parks and bush camping
Well-equipped campgrounds in the Grampians National Park offer a great base for day-trips to waterfalls or challenging hikes to renowned rocky escarpments. Large campsites are located at Mount Stapylton, Smiths Mill, Jimmy's Creek and Buandik.
Get away from it all and roll out your swag at bush campsites from Rocklands to the Black Range in Grampians National Park.
Visit Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre at Halls Gap for a comprehensive introduction to natural attractions, aboriginal history, walks and wildlife of the region. The centre's educational displays will help you to get the very best understanding of your national park surroundings. Pick up national parks fact sheets and souvenirs.
Get great advice on the region's campsites, holiday parks and weather from the Halls Gap Information Centre. Collect maps and plan your onward journey.
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions visit the Parks Victoria website or drop in at the Brambuk Centre or Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre, open 9am to 5pm daily. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. See our bushfire safety section for tips on how to stay safe.