There are a number of attractions that you can see when you come to The Grampians in Victoria’s backcountry, where you will find rugged mountains ranges, wildflowers, an abundance of wildlife, Aboriginal rock art sites, waterfalls and forests. You can explore this region on foot, by car, with a tour group or private guide, but however you choose to travel through The Grampians, your days will be filled with a huge list of attractions that will simply blow you away.
The stunning beauty is what draws people to The Grampians, where you can soak up the fresh clean mountain air, wander through interesting towns and villages, meet friendly locals and see some of Victoria’s mountain ranges. With the five sandstone ridges that run from north to south you will find a series of lookouts and vantage points to take in the sights, walking tracks and hiking adventures to set out upon whether it be for just the day or overnight. The Grampians is home to many outdoors adventures such as rock climbing, fishing and canoeing or perhaps you might like to have a go at abseiling down a sheer cliff face for something really exhilarating! Swim in rivers and streams, bath under cascading waterfalls and come across a variety of wildlife from koalas, goannas, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, echidnas and an endless list of birdlife.
View the Aboriginal rock art sites that date back hundreds of years where you will have the chance to view ancient arts at the many different locations throughout the park. The Grampians is a place of astounding beauty and everyday will be filled with something new whether you are taking in the breathtaking scenery, walking past waterfalls, having a day of wildlife spotting or just taking the kids for a day in the park you will find any number of attractions to enjoy on your holiday here. There are numerous towns that you can visit including Halls Gap, Horsham, Dunkeld, Stawell, Hamilton and Pomonal just to name few that all hold many great attractions of their own to see and do.
Spend the day visiting neighbouring wineries, taste some of the local produce, dine out for dinner and try mouth watering meals or book yourself in for a day of pampering at one of the day spas. There is the chance to play a round of golf, visit museums that tell the tales of the past, walk through many different cultural centres or perhaps you would be interested in planning your trip to The Grampians around one of the annual festivals such as sporting events, food and wine festivals, Easter festivals, arts and crafts events, music festivals and organised school holiday programs that give all travellers the best chance to soak up what The Grampians is all about.
With its many outdoor attractions, indoor attractions, splendid rock formations, ancient sites, wildlife, scenic attractions galore on top of the range of accommodation to suit even the most discerning traveller, there is something for everyone in The Grampians. The attractions here are too great to list them all so why don’t you find out what you have to look forward to when you come here! It is a place unlike any other, where you can really get away from it all and enjoy the great family activities and attractions, sample food and wine along the way, soak up the history and heritage of the region and see nature and wildlife at its very best. The Grampians will provide the ideal place for your next holiday so find out more about the attractions on offer here and stay organising.