The Grampians

Grampians National Park

Grampians Peak Trail

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.

McKenzie Falls Grampians National Park

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 Grampians

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.

Bike Riding Grampians

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.

Grampians Rock Climbing and Bouldering

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.

Grampians National Park

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.