Welcome, skip to the content.



Step into the 'garden of Victoria' in the Grampians, a region that is home to more than one third of Victoria's flora. Wander through diverse landscapes and see vivid wildflowers that change with the seasons, taking in everything from subalpine forest and woodlands to heathlands, swamps and riverine.

Winter flowers into spring

Come in spring to see wildflowers in bloom throughout the region, though you'll be blessed with plants in flower all year round. Admire late winter displays of massed acacia along Rose's Gap Road that are replaced by miles of Grampians thryptomene in spring, when tiny white blossoms turn to delicate pinks and light browns.

You'll also find upland heaths in purples, pinks and whites, ground hugging grevilleas and, in shaded areas, beautiful native orchids. Shaded surface moisture supports the delicate necklace of Maidenhair ferns.

Overwhelm the senses with the colour and fragrances of the riotous blooms in wildflower nurseries surrounding the Grampians.

Visit Halls Gap at the start of October and experience the colour and excitement of the Wildflower Walkabout Weekend. Join local green thumbs and visitors alike for a weekend of guided walks, nighttime strolls and bird watching sessions. 

Southern plains and northern grasslands

The southern plains of the region hosts numerous wildflowers and native grass species, purple, pink and orange peas, flowering shrubs, bluebells, pincushions, green and red correas. To the north, grasslands support eremophila and the open woodlands have their own displays of orchids, flowering shrubs and trees.

In most of the parks and reserves, walk though the understorey carefully to see Greenhood, Golden Moth, Tiger and Sun orchids. There are spring garden and wildflower displays, both exotic and native, endemic and Australian species.

We couldn't find any results that matched your search criteria.

Try changing your filters or search terms to try again.



8 of 9 results

Dergholm State Park

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

Grampians National Park

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

Mt Arapiles

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

Little Desert National Park

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

Silverband Falls Walk

Walk to the base of these unusual falls, where a silver bank of water moves over mossy rocks.

Desert Discovery Walk

Camp beside the Wimmera River with its fringe of river red gums. Wake to birdsong, or hike the rolling dunes of the desert.

Mount Abrupt (Mud-Dadjug) Walk

The walk to the rugged top of Mount Abrupt crosses rocky slabs surrounded by low sub-alpine vegetation.

Mount Rosea Loop Walk

Gaze through the Gate of the East Wind and take in the 360-degree vista as you reach the summit.





  • {{::inclusions}}

You may also like...

Nature and wildlife

Parks and gardens

Spot the Guilfoyle-designed similarities between Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens and the elegant regional civic gardens of Hamilton and Horsham.

Nature & wildlife

National parks and reserves

Be spellbound by the stunning beauty of the Grampians region's parks, renowned for their rugged mountains, wildlife and colourful wildflower displays.

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.

Nature & wildlife

Scenic lookouts

Set off down striking sandstone ridges and between unusual rock formations to behold the awe-inspiring Grampians region stretching out before you.