Grampians National Park
Grampians Peaks Trail
A 160km world class hiking trail from the Northern Grampians via Halls Gap to Dunkeld. There are so many opportunities to access sections of this walking track.
Hiking & Bushwalking
There are many fabulous walks in the Grampians National Park, from short strolls to day walks. MacKenzie Falls, The Balconies, Reed Lookout & Boroka Lookout are must visit destinations.
Kayaking & Fishing
There are many opportunities for kayaking, canoeing & boating in the Grampians, the larger lakes containing Redfin & native River Blackfish and are stocked with Rainbow & Brown Trout.
Touring & 4WD
Exploring the large network of roads & tracks throughout the Grampians National Park is a popular pastime with the family visiting some more remote attractions.
Rockclimbing & Abseiling
Well renowned worldwide as a premier rockclimbing destination, the Grampians will not disappoint, and experienced climbers will love the northern Grampians, however there are guided rockclimbing guides for the beginners.
Kangaroos & Wildlife
The Grampians is the best place in the world to see kangaroos in the wild. There is a large diversity of wildlife to see from mammals including Echidnas to birds such as emus and a large array of reptiles.