We’re home to a vast array of Restaurants & Cafes, so no matter which corner of the Grampians you explore, you’ll be sure to find a meal to satisfy the most discerning of gourmands.
Livefast Lifestyle Café in Halls Gap has a focus on excellent coffee and delicious food made with local ingredients. Add this to your list for a wonderful expression of the Grampians on a plate and a peaceful setting by the creek.
We recommend Salingers Café for modern relaxed dining in an historic building.
At Flame Brothers in Halls Gap the mouth watering aromas coming from the Texas style bbq smoker set the scene and the truly delicious and satisfying range of smoked meats, burgers and smaller sharing options coupled with excellent service makes it a soulful place to be entertained.
The Grampians’ world-class wineries are one of our proudest draw cards. There are so many to explore.
Check out Best’s, home to some of the oldest vines in Australia offer outstanding Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, savoury Dolcetto, and fresh Pinot Meunier, along with top-quality Riesling and Chardonnay. Occasional specials, available only from the Cellar Door, are an added incentive to visit.
Grampians Estate has emerged as one of the region’s best boutique wineries, heroing elegant cool climate Shiraz. With food served 11am-3pm daily this could be a great spot for lunch and to stock up on something special to fill your home cellar.
Nestled in the grandeur of the Grampians National Park, you’ll find Fallen Giants Vineyard boasting spectacular views and renowned estate grown Shiraz, Cabernet and Riesling.
Pomonal Estate is home to a winery, microbrewery and cider house – a great chance to refresh the palate with some beer and cider tasting.
The Grampians is the perfect place to fill your empty Esky. Drop into farm gates and artisan producers for everything from organic vegetables to free range eggs, yoghurt, specialist meat and so much more.
And don’t miss Five Ducks Farm for preserves and honey!