Grampians Music Festival

Grampians Music Festival

Halls Gap

One spectacular location, one stage, 20 amazing acts – Grampians Music Festival is a special festival in a very special place.

Small and intimate, with boutique wine, beer, cocktails and food, GMF is held in early February in Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park, western Victoria. We feature up-and-coming Australian artists who are distinctive, exciting and above all, supremely talented. With no timing conflicts and 360° mountain views, Grampians Music Festival is one very unique festival.

Big mountains, huge sounds – come on the ride with us!

Stay tuned for 2019 event information!


Take the time to explore the Grampians diverse natural landscape and iconic wildlife. Discover ancient rock art, vibrant wildflowers, rugged mountains and majestic waterfalls.   Take a selfie from a scenic lookout,  see a kangaroo or two,  visit an olive grove, cafe or restaurant.   Explore the indigenous story,  check out the art galleries and museums or if you're game, take a ghost tour!  There is so much to see and do in the Grampians region.


Need a place to rest your weary head after a full day out at GMF? Whether you’re keen to make a home amongst the gumtrees, are looking for a fully self-contained cottage or want somewhere cosy to fit the whole family, we’ve got you covered!

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The Grampians region is well serviced by major highways, whether travelling from Melbourne, Adelaide or the Great Ocean Road. There are many public transport options operated by Public Transport Victoria including rail service to Ararat. Horsham and Stawell are stops for the Overland train service connecting Melbourne and Adelaide.