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Grampians Way

Circumnavigate the majestic Grampians National Park along the winding Grampians Way. Put together an itinerary that's all your own and duck in and out of the park as you go. See the park's countless attractions and find the best of what lies on its doorstep.

Around town

Start your journey in Halls Gap, a small town with a big personality. Delve into the dreamtime stories of the local Indigenous people at Brambuk or stretch your legs on a stroll out to the majestic Mackenzie Falls. Nature lovers will enjoy the panoramic views of the Grampians' rugged landscape from Boroka Lookout and the native wildlife at the Halls Gap Zoo.

Local produce and fine dining

Wind your way around the Grampians National Park, taking in the towns of Pomonal and Moyston. Stock up on high quality olives at Red Rock Olives or grab a bag of hazelnuts at Grampians Grove. Hear stories about the birthplace of Australian Rules Football, and then continue on to Dunkeld, home of famous foodie haven – The Royal Mail Hotel. Load up on baked treats and local produce and then hit the highway again.

Art and adventure

Take a detour to see ancient rock art at Billimina Shelter and Manja Shelter or press on to Wartook Valley for adventure activities like horseriding and quad biking. Rest and unwind with a picnic by Mackenzie River and then make your way through the Stapleton Area, sampling some of Victoria's finest olives and olive oil along the way.

Finish the loop by passing through quirky Old Dadswell Town, where you'll get a glimpse of yesteryear. Stop in for a coffee at the famous Giant Koala and then take a wander along the bank of sparkling Lake Lonsdale.


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Walking & hiking

Billimina Shelter

Follow the creek to Buandik Falls. Near the falls, an uphill walk leads to Billimina Shelter, a massive rock overhang sheltering ancient aboriginal art.

Arts & culture

Brambuk - The National Park & Cultural Centre

Learn about the flora and fauna of the region and explore Aboriginal culture in the natural oasis of the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park.

Wildlife, zoos & farms

Halls Gap Zoo

Get up close to more than 160 native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds, including endangered species, at Victoria's largest regional zoo.

Local produce

Red Rock Olives

Pop in for high-grade, locally pressed olive oil, table olives and other signature products including olive salt and a range of artisan vinegars.

Walking & hiking

MacKenzie Falls Walk

Take a walk to the waters of Victoria's largest and most majestic waterfall. The view that awaits you at the end of this steep trail is spectacular.


Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel

Indulge in a five- or eight-course chef's tasting menu with sublime wines and views of the Southern Grampians at the Royal Mail's new restaurant.


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