Grampians National Park is listed as an Australian National Heritage List for a reason. The outstanding natural beauty and plethora of indigenous rock sites makes Grampians an outstanding visit from near or afar. Long an Australina national treasure, Grampians is known as an all season destination, and that means that any time of year is a great time to visit.
Boasting over 600km of roads and 160km of walking trails, visitors here can spend their time among hundreds of waterfalls, ancient fern gullies, and do their best to nab a quick peek (or coveted photograph) of some of Australia’s unique flora and fauna. See wild emus and kangaroos foraging amongst trees and ravines that are multiple millennia old.
And while engaging with the rugged wilderness here, also realize that Grampians (and particularly the Wartook Valley) is also home to some of Australia's best wineries, and many visitors enjoy watching the abundant wildlife while sipping their glass of locally grown Chardonnay.
Other, more adventurous spirits, tend to appreciate the numerous outdoor activities found in Grampians. White-water rafting, adventure golf, and volcano tours all are popular past-times here, while the panoramic views make those thrill-seekers find a special peace that comes with the breathtaking view afforded all who venture to this incredible park.