The Grampians has an interesting and contrasting landscape with country side beauty encompassing treasure trove of wineries, picture perfect farmland, spell- bound waterfalls and stunning lookouts. It is the fourth largest National Park (168,000 hectares) in Victoria which is surrounded by four of the best mountains: Mt Difficult range, Mt William range, Mt Serra and Mt Victoria range. It’s outstanding geological formation is a paradise backdrop to anyone visiting there. It is home to a diverse range of ecosystems with an abundance of native plants, birds and animals.
MacKenzie falls (Northern Grampians Rd, Zumsteins VIC 3401) is a must visit when visiting the Grampians. You are sure to be wowed by the views of MacKenzie Falls. MacKenzie River from high above the gorge is a sight to behold.
Burrong Falls is a cascading waterfalls, beautiful during rainy season, located on Rose Creek, Zumsteins VIC, Zumsteins VIC 3401.
Boroka lookout (Mount Difficult Rd, Halls Gap VIC 3381) definitely doesn’t lack excellent views. The best scenery of Lake Bellfield is seen from here.
Lakeview lookout (Sundial Rd, Bellfield VIC 3381) is another lookout that you can’t miss. Looking down at the lake from far above is simply amazing.
Reed Lookout (OFF Northern Grampians Rd, Zumsteins VIC 3401), when you go further down Reed Look out you find Balconies. Called the Jaws of death which is popular spot for the photographers looking for a great photo in the national park. Look down at the incredible rock formations while you catch your breath after the 2km walk.
Close to halls gap is where the wonderland loop (Northern Grampians Rd, Halls Gap VIC 3381) is found, it is famous for its lookouts, scenic drives and picnic grounds. Hiking through the heart of the Grampians wonderland is a true treasure for all hikers. The rugged pinnacle lookout (OFF Northern Grampians Rd, Zumsteins VIC 3401) is arguably the greatest photo opportunity through the wonderland loop.
If you are around that region Dunkeld is worth a visit. Dunkeld is in the Mt Sturgeon (Victoria Valley Road, Dunkeld VIC 3294) and to climb 252m above sea level to see the spectacular southern mountain with its awesome stretch of wonderful trek is a worthy challenge.
The indigenous rock arts in Grampians are estimated to be 20-30 thousand years old that gives insight into the rich indigenous culture. The concentrations of these rock arts as much as nearly 80% of them are found in the Grampian’s (Gariwerd). You find these ancient indigenous rock art in Bunjil shelter at
Bunjils Cave Rd, Black Range VIC 3381, Manja shelter at Goat Track, Glenisla VIC 3314 / Bilimina shelter at Goat Track, Glenisla VIC 3314 / Ngamadjidj shelter at Millar Road, Laharum VIC 3401, Gulgurn Manja Shelter at Grampians National park, Flat rocks road, Laharum VIC-3401.
Grampians National Park holds one of the longest running food and wine festivals in Vicotoria,. Grampians grape escape is held over the first weekend of May in Halls Gap every year since its launch in 1992.
Grampians is where nature takes the lead.
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Brambuk Cultural Centre
Brambuk Cultural Centre at 277 Grampians Rd, Halls Gap VIC 3381 for information on Rock art. Phone (03) 5361 4000. Opening times: 9 am to 5 pm. They also issue camping and fishing permits. There is a souvenir shop and a café.
Contact Brambuk culture center for more information on Geriwerd Dreaming theatre shows. Museum at the cultural centre has its own charm and ambience and photography isnt allowed here.
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