Grampians

Grampians

Grampians - Victoria

The Grampians National Park is a must see and is sure to implant postcard memories of your visit, with the picturesque natural beauty of the famous Aussie landscape. Whether you want to push your boundaries and experience the travel high atop a mountain or sit back and simply breathe the crisp mountain air, the grand rugged mountain ranges of this famous National Park will allure you back time and again. The town of Halls Gap is perfect for exploring the National park so lace up the boots and hit the trail for a picturesque show of bursting wildflowers and cheeky wildlife, inspirational Aboriginal rock art sites and sublime sunsets. Take a scenic drive through the southern section of the park, stopping for a picnic at Freshwater Lake Reserve. Adrenaline junkies can take on the Chimney Pots for a rock climbing adventure with a variety of hiking opportunities on offer for the energetic.

You are never too far from a winery in Victoria and Best's is on the top of wine buffs lists boasting a huge following for its premium Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, Reisling and Chardonnay amid its historic atmosphere. Roam the stunning gardens of Hamilton and Horsham both of which were designed by the famous Guilfoyle, responsible for the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens. Little Desert National Park is a popular place in the region for camping, four wheel driving, bushwalking and birdwatching.

Indulge in the regions excellent local produce with dining experiences second to none whether it's at the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld or the overflowing bounty at farmgates. With a canvas as inspirational as this region, it is little wonder that generations of artists just can't get enough of its breathtaking beauty. Flaunting some of regional Victoria's finest artworks head to the galleries in Horsham, Hamilton and Ararat.