The Grampians ,Vic

Welcome to The Grampians National park in Victoria.


Situated 258 kms .approx 3 hours from Melbourne on The Western highway near the town of Stawell. A haven for nature and adventure lovers or a quiet place to relax and enjoy.There are 3 free camping grounds, and other paid camping grounds throughout the surrounding area, There are a few different caravan parks to choose from to suit your needs. We spent so much of money and time on holidays here, we just decided to move here! There are an abundance of different things to do. Bush walking , lookouts, water falls, aboriginal art works,caves,rock climbing and views to amaze you for your entire visit.


The wildlife and birds in the area are plentiful with kangaroos and emus roaming fee around the area. The diverse bush land and wild flowers are a sight to behold. The Halls Gap Zoo boasts more animals than the Dubbo Zoo and a great place to get up close and personal for a day not to forget. Another great place to visit is The Brambruk Cultural Center, a popular place which has undercover areas rather handy on rainy days.


A visit to the bakery for a tasty pie and vanilla slice is highly recommended. It is unwritten Halls gap law that you try and taste the famous Ice cream in town, something that is a well known to delight in the traveling community. So get your hiking boots on and come and have a look for yourself.. You will not be disappointed There are short to long fro beginner to serious hiking tracks. You can even view The Grampians by helicopter for the view of a life time.


The area is world wide famous in the wine industry with great Western and Seppelt wines located in Great Western with many other local wineries well worthy of a visit,Tours can be arranged. All sorts of adventure tours can be arranged from eco motor bike tours around town, 4 x4 tours,horse riding,eco and wild life tours,abseiling and rock climbing,canoe hire and much much more.


The only thing missing from The Grampians is you ! Come have a look for your self.


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