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Some areas of the Wartook Valley are fire effected, please contact the Horsham Visitor Information Centre on 1800 633 218 for latest updates.
Make a dramatic entrance to the Grampians National Park via the natural amphitheatre of Wartook Valley with its mountain views and mobs of kangaroos.
Savouring serenity and getting active outdoors
It's enough just to be enveloped in Wartook Valley's unspoilt and diverse scenery, but if the great outdoors inspires you to be active you're spoiled for choice. Bushwalk, rock climb, fish, watch birds and wildlife, admire native wildflowers and soak up stunning sunsets.
Soak up the tranquillity and set up camp or stay in rammed earth or log cabins. Wake up to greet the resident kangaroos and emus.
Breathtaking natural attractions
Make your way to Mount Zero, Hollow Mountain and Mount Staplyton, just minutes away. Take advantage of your proximity to spectacular Grampians waterfalls, including the majestic MacKenzie Falls.
The area surrounded by the Wartook Valley is steeped in Aboriginal and pioneer history. Scour the surrounding mountains for Aboriginal rock art sites, most of which are open and accessible to the public.
Come and explore the Grampians in a new, fun and exciting way with Grampians Quad Bike Adventures on a guided quad bike tour, of a 410 acre property...
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Rising abruptly from the surrounding Western Plains, the Grampians (Gariwerd) is a series of rugged sandstone mountain ranges and forests rich in...
Visit the picturesque cafe at one of Australia's oldest olive groves and sample some of the region's best produce and award-winning olive oils.
Sections of the Grampians National Park are reopened for visitors. Go to Parks Victoria for more information.
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