Renowned for rugged mountain ranges, rare native Australian wildlife and beautiful flora and fauna displays, the Grampians ... More
Grampians National Park
Renowned for rugged mountain ranges, rare native Australian wildlife and beautiful flora and fauna displays, the Grampians National Park is one of the State's most popular destinations for a long holiday or even day trip from Melbourne. The 167,000 hectare park was only declared in 1984, and is home to almost one third of Victoria's unique plant species (800 to be exact). Tours can be booked to the Grampians National Park from Melbourne or stop first at the Visitor Center in Halls Gap and Brambuk Aboriginal Culture Center for information. Sights not to be missed include Boroka and Reeds Lookouts, and MacKenzie Falls for spectacular views; Sumstein picnic ground and the Wonderland Range for the best bushwalking you will ever find. Whether you are a keen bushwalker, bird watcher, camper or just want to get away from it all, the Grampians offers a stunning escape alternative.
The grampians are full of natures beauty. Explore the park, climbing mountains for spectacular views, and visiting lovley waterfalls. It is also full of native australian animals including large numbers of kangaroos, wombats, kookabaras, echidnas, blue tougned lizards, and many others. There are great camping sites, one of the best: Roses Gap.