Wartook Valley is home to spectacular sunsets, brilliant night skies, rugged mountain views, scenic walks and abundant wildlife.
Located on ‘the sunset side’ of the Grampians, you can explore Aboriginal rock art, some of Australia's oldest olive groves, waterfalls and wildflowers.
- Outdoor and adventure seekers can enjoy year-round horse riding, rock climbing, fishing, mountain biking, quad bike tours and wildlife watching.
- While you're in the area spend a day visiting the gorges, lagoons and Waterfalls such as McKenzie and Beehive falls.
- Drive by some of the largest olive groves in Victoria on your way out and stop off at local farm gates to stock up on quality olive oils and fresh produce.
- Visit the Zumsteins picnic area in the Grampians National Park on the banks of the MacKenzie river. Explore the site of an historic settlement, enjoy a barbeque and take in the wildlife.
- Discover the Mudadgadjin Walk in the Black Range State Park. This short walk take you to the significant aboriginal rock art shelter.
- Whilst in the Black Range State Park further extend your rock art shelter walk to experience the wild swept caverns across the valley. These are magnificent.
- Walk up Flat Rock in the North of the Grampians starting at Mt Zero carpark. Whilst your there further along is the Hollow Mountain walk and Mt Stapylton.