The Grampians unique landscape is a phenomenal setting for a one of kind walking experience. The walk follows sections of the new Grampians Peaks Trail from Mount Zero via Halls Gap and south to Dunkeld. We’ve included walking on the unique western side of the mountains, portions of trail that will one day be part of the Grampians Peaks Trail. Walk through rugged, craggy-yet-strangely-beautiful landscapes with some of the best views seen by foot anywhere in Australia.

The Grampians walks take you via Venus Baths, Grand Canyon, Elephant’s Hide, Silent Street and the Pinnacle. Explore Mt Stapylton in the Northern Grampians as well as MacKenzie Falls, Mount Zero, Rosea and Sturgeon and much more.

This is the place to see Australian native fauna with cliffs and rough valleys providing refuge for many native animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, koalas and an abundance of bird species. The sandy soil is ideal for native plants, making this national park famous for its spring wildflowers. There are over 800 varieties of indigenous plant species, many of them wildflowers which come into vivid bloom each spring.

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