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Nature & Wildlife

Take the time to explore the Grampians' diverse natural landscape. Discover ancient rock art, vibrant wildflowers, rugged mountains and majestic waterfalls, while encountering the ambundant wildlife as you go.

Must do:

  • MacKenzie Falls (Mikunung wira): Victoria’s largest waterfall and flows all-year round.
  • Boroka Lookout: The famous lookout reveals stunning views of Halls Gap and the Wonderland Range.
  • Reed Lookout & The Balconies: Enjoy panoramic views of the Victoria Valley.
  • Halls Gap Zoo: Get up close with more than 160 native and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds, including endangered species, at Victoria's largest regional zoo.
  • One Tree Hill: Provides 360-degree views over Ararat and the surrounding countryside.
  • Mount William (Duwul): The highest point in the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park with great views of mountain ranges and open plains. A perfect place to watch the sunset.