Grampians Australia

The Grampians Australia and its National Park is listed on the world famous Australian Natural Heritage List. Known for its outstanding natural beauty and indigenous Rock Art sites, the Grampians Australia feature a series of stunning sandstone mountain ranges. The park is situated on the Western Highway, between Stawell and Horsham, approx 160 miles North West of Melbourne. Halls Gap, a popular tourist village, is the closest town to the Grampians Park. Campers and walkers will love exploring The Wonderland, an area near Halls Gap which looks glorious in spring. The wild flowers are a major attraction in this region.

Halls Gap is the perfect place to stay when exploring these ancient mountain ranges. There is a multitude of accommodation options, eateries and shopping, Natural flora and fauna, waterways and waterfalls as well as stunning views will keep you exploring all day long. Adventure enthusiasts from all over the world come to this region for the abseiling, rock climbing, bush walking and cycling. Glider enthusiasts even love this place. Nature lovers are awestruck by the wild life, native plants and delicate wildflowers. Mount William is the highest peak at 1167 metres and creates the perfect backdrop for photos. The region’s fascinating aboriginal history can be understood through various pieces of ancient rock art.

With breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, it’s no wonder that all of the rich facets of the Grampians Australia has inspired many. Writers, artists and film makers have been coming here for decades. It is also a place for families and friends to relax, reconnect and experience the beauty of the Australian native landscape.

The Grampians National Park is home to the long running food and wine festival, known as the Grampians Grape Escape. It is held during the first weekend in May, in Halls Gap. Be sure to book your accommodation in the Grampians well in advance if you’d like to attend the event because it can get busy during May.