Travel among the spectacular peaks and dramatic rock formations of Grampians National Park and enjoy picturesque waterfalls, spectacular wildflower displays, panoramic views and fascinating Aboriginal rock art sites. Pleasant camping and picnic grounds, dramatic lookouts and a network of excellent 4WD and walking tracks make exploring this natural wonderland easy and enjoyable.

Beginning at Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre in Hall’s Gap, you can discover more about the Grampians' remarkable environment and Aboriginal culture, before visiting incredible geological formations, as well as some of the Grampians' most picturesque waterfalls where torrents of water plunge 40 metres over huge cliffs at MacKenzie Falls.

The most significant Aboriginal rock art sites in southern Australia can be found at the Billimina Shelter and Manja Shelter. For a taste of European History, take a self-guided walk through the former gold township of Mafeking, or a picnic amongst the kangaroos at the early 20th century tourist site of Zumstein.