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Nature & wildlife

See rocky mountains loom over farmland plains in the Grampians – home to ancient Aboriginal rock art sites, unique native plants and animals, majestic waterfalls and vibrant wildflowers.

A world within a national park

Immerse yourself in the mountains and forest of the Grampians National Park, springing up from the surrounding plains. Explore the eco systems and learn about the diverse array of native plants and animals, some of which are unique to the area. See evidence of Aboriginal people's long association with the Grampians at rock art sites throughout the park. Start your journey at Halls Gap, the gateway to the national park or make your own way in from one of the many surrounding towns.

View from the top

Survey your surrounds from any number of scenic lookouts and admire The Grampians' unique rock formations and varied landscape. Traverse walking trails to well-known lookouts at mounts Abrupt, Rosea and Stapylton, as well as Boronia Peak, The Balconies and The Pinnacle. Short on time? Access the Boroka, Reed and Mt William look-outs by car.

Ascend the summit of Mt Arapiles for vast views of the region, or marvel at the delicate balance of natural forces in Little Desert National Park, a desert in name only.

Wildflowers and roaring waters

Witness the power of water as deafening torrents cascade down rock faces and gorges into lush pools below. Take the walk out from Halls Gap to the plunging whitewater of MacKenzie Falls, Victoria's tallest waterfall.

Come to the region in spring to see the "garden of Victoria" covered in a carpet of colourful wildflowers.

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Wildlife and zoos

See kangaroos, emus, echidnas and a myriad of bird species in their natural Grampians habitats.

National parks and reserves

Be spellbound by the stunning beauty and diversity of the Grampians' national and state parks.

Waterfalls

Explore deep into the Grampians region's parks for the reward of spectacular cascading waterfalls.

Scenic lookouts

Set off down sandstone ridges or between unusual rocks to behold the awe-inspiring Grampians region.

Parks and gardens

Spend a while in the serenity of the elegant designer civic gardens in Hamilton and Horsham.

Wildflowers

Step into the 'garden of Victoria' in the Grampians region and see explosions of springtime colour.

Lakes and waterways

Discover the serene inland lakes and sparkling waterways of the spectacular Grampians region.

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Things to do

Family activities

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.

Outdoor activities

Walking and hiking

Step out and explore the Grampians region's spectacular natural beauty on foot, with a short gentle stroll or a full day wilderness adventure.

Outdoor activities

Camping

Pitch a tent or park your campervan in the Grampians to truly appreciate the regions' natural attractions and get up close to the local wildlife.

Road trips & intineraries

Grampians Way

Circle the majestic Grampians National Park along the Grampians Way – see the countless attractions and find the best of what lies on its doorstep.