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National parks & reserves

Be spellbound by the stunning beauty and diversity of the Grampians region's national and state parks, forests and reserves, renowned for their rugged mountain ranges, abundant wildlife and spectacular wildflower displays.

Breathtaking views

Choose your favourite of the 970 native plant species, 200 species of birds and an abundance of native animals that make their home in the Grampians National Park, the fourth largest national park in Victoria (168,000 hectares).

The national park is made up of four precipitous and spectacular ranges formed millions of years ago when the sandy sediments lifted and tilted to form the distinctive landscape seen today. See steep cliffs on one side and relatively gentle slopes on the other.

Dramatic rock formations

Inhale the scent of spectacular wildflowers and look out for the elusive Mallee Fowl at the 1,320 square kilometre Little Desert National Park, or get set for some of the best rock climbing in the world on the dramatic rock formations of Mt Arapiles-Tooan State Park.

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National parks & reserves

Langi Ghiran State Park

Rugged granite peaks and gentle sloping woodlands are the dominant features of this park. A...

St Arnaud Range National Park

St Arnaud Range National Park features mainly steep, forested terrain and is an ideal place to...

Black Range State Park

Black Range State Park protects rugged and spectacular bushland in an area where much of the...

Little Desert National Park

Travel through pure mallee heathland, rolling sand dunes, and casuarina woodlands in the west.

Lake Hindmarsh Reserve

Lake Hindmarsh is Victoria's largest freshwater lake an extremely popular spot for holiday makers,...

Wyperfeld National Park

Located in the flat, semi-arid north-western corner of Victoria, Wyperfeld is one of Australia's...

Grampians National Park

Discover grand mountain ranges, spectacular wildflowers, and a wealth of Aboriginal rock art sites.

Lake Albacutya Regional Park

The main feature of this park is the lake, which fills from Lake Hindmarsh when the Wimmera River...

Mount Napier State Park

Stand on the edge of Mount Napier, the most recently active volcano in Victoria, and enjoy...

Dergholm State Park

Set among rolling hills in Western Victoria, Dergholm State Park is a great place for bushwalking...

Mount Buangor State Park

Explore a variety of landscapes including eucalypt forest, creek flats, waterfalls and steep...

Mt Arapiles

Drive, walk, cycle or climb to the summit of the dramatic sandstone landmark that is Mt Arapiles.

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Nature & wildlife

Wildlife and zoos

See quirky animals like kangaroos, wallabies, emus and echidnas in their natural habitat, or visit Halls Gap Zoo to see giraffes, meerkats and more.

Lakes & waterways

Waterfalls

Explore deep into the Grampians region's parks and be rewarded with the sight of stunning waterfalls and the roar of cascading torrents of water.

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.

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.