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Grampians National Park (Gariwerd)

Renowned for rugged mountain ranges and stunning wildflower displays, Grampians National Park is one of the State's most popular holiday destinations. Declared in 1984, the 167,000 ha park is a home for almost a third of Victoria's plant species. Management of the park requires a careful balance between tourism and conservation of the environment.

Things to Do

  • Your first stop should be the Visitor Centre at Halls Gap. Displays, audio-visuals, publications, maps and informative staff will help you plan your stay.
  • Visit the Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre where you can discover more about the parks natural and cultural landscape. Talk to a ranger about the many recreational opportunities, visit the spectacular Ganwerd Dreaming Theatre, explore the many displays, relax in the café or take a rock art tour with our cultural guides.
  • In a day you can visit Reeds Lookout, the Balconies, Boroka Lookout, MacKenzie Falls and Zumstein picnic ground or go for a walk in the Wonderland Range or you can visit The Balconies, MacKenzie Falls and Zumstein picnic ground or walk through the Wonderland Range.
  • There are many driving and walking opportunities. Call into Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre for the best selection of maps on the park.


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