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Find Space, Find Yourself

Whether you’re looking for adventure or enlightenment, awaken your sense of adventure and experience life unleashed - The Grampians Way


The road to the Grampians. It’s more an escape route. Dotted with surprises, marked by wonder. You’ll discover possibilities that will make you feel more alive than ever.

National Park Highlights

Whether you have a day or a week to spend in the Grampians, these are just some of the must do's.

Mackenzie Falls

The iconic and spectacular MacKenzie Falls is a must do for all visitors to Grampians National Park.

MacKenzie Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in Victoria. Flowing year round, the falls sees water cascade over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge.

The Pinnacle

The iconic Pinnacle walk and lookout is one of the highlights of the entire Grampians region. Hikers are rewarded with stunning views of Halls Gap and the Grampians' many peaks.

There are a number of walking options to reach The Pinnacle, varying in distance and difficulty:

From Sundial Car Park is easiest and the best route to use if young children are part of your walking group. The 2.1km walk up will take a little over 2 hours for the return trip allowing time for a rest at the top. It does include some water crossings and rock-hopping, so good sturdy shoes are essential.

Reeds Lookout

Reeds Lookout - From the summit of Reeds Lookout you will receive stunning views over the entire Victoria Valley, Victoria Range, Serra Range, Lake Wartook and the Mt Difficult Range. The viewing platform is a popular spot to watch the sun set over the mountains and snap the perfect pink and purple sunset sky. The path to the lookout is well maintained and fully wheelchair accessible.

Boroka Lookout

Boroka Lookout provides panoramic views over Halls Gap and the east of the Grampians. The lookout is located 15km from Halls Gap making it easily accessible for those with limited time. It is only a short stroll to two viewing platforms and is suitable for people with limited mobility.

The sunrise here is especially stunning and the views towards Halls Gap and Lake Bellfield is amazing with both the Wonderland and Mt William mountain ranges in view.

The Balconies

The Balconies - From the same car park as reeds Lookout you can walk the relatively easy two kilometers on to the Balconies for panoramic views of Victoria Valley and the surrounding ranges. The unusual rock formations that stick out of the mountain make this spot particularly unique. The balconies are a great spot for fresh misty mornings and sunset views.
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The ‘Glampians’

Glamping in the Grampians at Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park, is offering luxury and comfort whilst experiencing the outdoors. No longer do you have to deal with lost tent poles, flat air mattresses or wet sleeping bags.

Glamping in the Grampians offers a wide variety of glamping options, for all budgets and configurations. Think bell tents, renovated caravan, pod, safari tent overlooking the valley which makes home to hundreds of kangaroos.

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'Seriously Shiraz' Wine Festival

Taste your way around the Grampians this first weekend of Spring and celebrate the award-winning Shiraz at the Grampians wine region’s 'Seriously Shiraz' Wine Festival.

Winemakers in the Grampians are serious about producing quality wines of every style and this Father's Day weekend they are celebrating with masterclasses, unique tasting experiences and live music.

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